Dr. Irena Miljković Krečar created a test that the students took twice. 56 students took the test, 28 of them from the experimental, and 28 from the control group. The first testing took place prior to the start of the workshops, on February 11, and the second after the completion of the workshops, on June 10.


Results analysis determined that both the control and the experimental group showed decreased enthusiasm regarding entrepreneurship, which can be attributed to the influence of external factors, especially to the depressive social image imposed by the media. Given that a more significant drop was recorded in the experimental group, it can be attributed to students being exposed to different entrepreneurship-related workshops where they received previously unavailable information which gave them clearer insight into the positive and negative aspects of embarking on an entrepreneurial venture. Furthermore, higher self-evaluation grades were recorded, which speaks to the fact that students went through a quality education program. During the second testing, students also took a factual knowledge exam, in which the experimental group scored significantly better results than the control group. It is important to stress that the factual knowledge exam had not been announced, and that students even on a normal basis did not prepare for workshops outside of class, and they still managed to acquire factual knowledge. We therefore conclude that workshop classes lead to better knowledge acquisition in class, thereby reducing the need for home studying.