Entrepreneurship through the creation of new ventures is appreciated as a crucial factor for achieving regional, national, and international economic purposes. One of the efforts of the involvement of educational institutions in encouraging the creative individuals is to provide entrepreneurial education. Entrepreneurship education is a process of providing insight, knowledge, and ability to identify opportunities, as well as take courage in action and taking risks. This study tries to overcome the gaps that occur to the limitations of literature in exploring the portrayal of entrepreneurship education programs in higher education. Thus, this study aims to analyze the implementation of entrepreneurship education in three universities in Bandung, Indonesia. The research method used a qualitative approach by doing depth-interview with several key informants in this field. The result pointed out that the characteristics of entrepreneurship education relied on the input, process, and output. The input here related to the instructors, audience, and the institutional setting. The process included the content, methods and the type of EEP. Meanwhile, the output represented by the objectives, the success indicator, the drawback and the advantages. This study also addresses the current issue of entrepreneurship education and the improvement strategies as a recommendation. The implication given is for the policy maker to create regulations that encourage the student to be entrepreneur.