With high unemployment rates, many countries treat entrepreneurial education as one of the effective measures to solve the problem of social unemployment. In recent years, the government of Taiwan, industries, and schools hold various entrepreneurial competitions to cultivate students’ entrepreneurship and realization of entrepreneurship. However, many entrepreneurial competitions are based on originality instead of entrepreneurship. Moreover, students encounter obstacles to carry out their ideas in entrepreneurial competitions. Thus, introducing experiential learning into entrepreneurial competitions and allowing students to develop their ideas of entrepreneurship through experience and stimulation of entrepreneurial competitions may reinforce students’ entrepreneurial capacity and authentic entrepreneurship. This study mainly aims to introduce entrepreneurship orientation in experiential learning entrepreneurial competitions in order to cultivate participant students’ entrepreneurship and enhance their entrepreneurial capacity and even achieve entrepreneurship. This is student-centered experience learning teaching model. This study treats the sixth College Students’ Rural Residency Competition, as held by the Soil and Water Conservation Bureau, COA in Taiwan as an example. There are 126 students in the competition are investigated with questionnaire. According to results, experiential learning can strengthen students’ partial entrepreneurial capacity.