Humber to help Indonesian universities deliver entrepreneurship education

December 11, 2012

Humber College has partnered with 7 universities in Sulawesi, Indonesia for a 5-year, $4.6-million initiative to help develop the partner universities' capacity to deliver entrepreneurship curricula, thus enabling graduates to start their own businesses. The Sulawesi Economic Development Strategy Project (SEDS) will provide Humber faculty with a cross-cultural professional development experience, as well as provide students with a number of internship opportunities. SEDS is funded by the federal government through the Canadian International Development Agency and by Humber. Humber News Release | Humber Today