The Determinant of University Students Entrepreneurial Intention: Evidence from Indonesia
Entrepreneurship education is an essential factor in growing and developing entrepreneurial intentions, souls, and behavior for young people. This study aims to examine the main factors that influence students’ entrepreneurial intentions. We applied a survey method with a quantitative approach to determine the relationship between variables. The participants of this study were 250 economic students from various state education universities in Indonesia. Further, the data were analyzed using exploratory factor analysis (EFA), confirmatory factor analysis (CFC), and structural equation models (SEM). The results showed that, first, entrepreneurial education has an acquaintance with students’ entrepreneurial self-efficacy and entrepreneurial attitude. In addition, parents play crucial role in influencing student entrepreneurial self-efficacy, entrepreneurial attitude and entrepreneurial intentions. Entrepreneurial self-efficacy affects students’ entrepreneurial attitude and students’ entrepreneurial intentions. Then, entrepreneurial attitude mediates the influence of entrepreneurial education on students’ entrepreneurial intentions, and it mediates the effect of entrepreneurial self-efficacy on students’ entrepreneurial intentions.