ANALYSIS OF KNOWLEDGE, PERCEPTION AND ASSESSMENT OF INNOVATION AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP COMPETENCE BY BACHELOR’S DEGREE STUDENTS

In the framework that promotes the European Higher Education Area (EHEA), the Spanish education system, teaching staff and student collective have had to make a turn in the pedagogical conception, moving from a model based on the acquisition of theoretical knowledge to a model based on the acquisition of skills and competences that allow them to develop skills to manage, among others, entrepreneurial and innovative knowledge that brings the student closer to society and the business world.

The aim of this study is to analyse the knowledge, perception, and assessment that the students of the Business Administration degree of EAE Business School have of the basic, general, transversal, and specific competences related to entrepreneurship and innovation and to demonstrate if the objective of these competences is achieved, with the purpose of proposing improvements that allow the student to develop these competences.