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Entrepreneurship Education and the Entrepreneurial Intentions of Students

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This paper describes the results of a qualitative study that sought to discern whether entrepreneurship education has an influence on the intentions of students to be self-employed after graduation. The research used the face-to-face in-depth interview to obtain the students’ perceptions of the entrepreneurship programme and whether it affected their intention to become entrepreneurs. The findings suggest that entrepreneurship education is strongly linked to students’ entrepreneurial intention.
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Keywords: Entrepreneurial Intentions; Entrepreneurship; Entrepreneurship Education; Graduate Employability; Influence

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: 1: Kulliyyah of Education, International Islamic University, Malaysia 2: Center for Languages and Pre-University Academic Development, International Islamic University, Malaysia

Publication date: August 1, 2017

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