More university students in Singapore keen on start-ups

Universities have pumped in more resources for students to learn about or build their start-ups. PHOTO: ST FILE
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SINGAPORE - University students are taking a shine to start-ups, with more joining entrepreneurship and venture capital programmes.

An Enterprise Singapore spokesman said that as at end June, over 680 people have taken part in its venture building programme which trains aspiring entrepreneurs with no business experience to launch their start-up.

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