In a new PhD thesis that was defended in December 2016 it was concluded that experientially based entrepreneurial education is no better than textbook based entrepreneurial education. The study was conducted on more than 500 graduates in Estonia and Latvia by Inna Kozlinska at University of Tartu. This study puts a question mark on the common view that entrepreneurship is best taught in a learning-by-doing manner. The study discusses why such a teaching approach might not work as expected. The full PhD thesis “Evaluation of the Outcomes of Entrepreneurship Education Revisited” can be accessed here: https://www.doria.fi/handle/10024/129981.