IDENTIFYING THE FACTORS AFFECTING ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION TO IRAQI STUDENTS FOR SELF-EMPLOYMENT
The present study aimed to identify the factors affecting entrepreneurship education for Iraqi students for self-employment using the logic of qualitative methodology. The statistical population of the study included experts, staff and university professors with education related to entrepreneurship and job creation. The sample included 20 members of the community who were purposefully selected based on the snowball method. In this regard, a variety of written library information has been used to compile research literature, including the theoretical foundations of higher education, entrepreneurship and self-employment. The results of this study showed that from the perspective of the people in the study community, the components are the mental context of the stakeholders, having the perspective of teaching the skills needed for future jobs, government support for educational centers, and the capacity of teachers to train students. Use of appropriate teaching methods, appropriate content of relevant textbooks, availability of facilities for teaching skills to educators, support of culture, community, university, school and family, improvement of economic and technological infrastructure, and rate of use He considered it one of the new educational strategies of successful countries.