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Startup college founded at Shenzhen University
    2016-03-23  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    An unconventional, entrepreneurship center-like college was established at Shenzhen University (SZU) on March 15, aimed at providing various entrepreneurial courses and incubating student projects with professional guidance and the help of entrepreneurs and investors.

    Different from other colleges that focus more on students’ academic performance, the college stresses marketing startup projects, according to Li Fengliang at SZU.

    In addition to the classes, the college also invited alumni, venture investors and entrepreneurs to guide students and invest when the projects are mature. Starting this year, the preferential policies will mainly focus on Internet-related projects. Outstanding projects will have the chance to be incubated at the university’s entrepreneur park, which has been updated and expanded and will be put into use soon.

    Years ago, the college of management of SZU opened an entrepreneurship class and has educated 135 students over the past five years. The class only receives about 50 persons per year and qualified applicants must be passionate about startups, open-minded and persevering.

    According to Chinese media, only 1 percent of college students have succeeded in starting their own business in recent years, but the ratio of SZU students is 1 to 2 percent higher than the average. There are 130 student projects that have been incubated at SZU and some have had investments or have been purchased. (Cecilia Tan)

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