Most past studies on students’ entrepreneurial intention tend to focus on the phenomenon in developed countries.There is limited research on entrepreneurial intention of university students from developing nations. This article intends to close this gap by providing some insights into students’ entrepreneurial inclination in a developing country, Malaysia. A total of 234 students from three faculties at both graduate and undergraduate levels were surveyed to examine their entrepreneurial inclination and also to examine the relationship between their demographic and social characteristics with entrepreneurial inclination.The study found strong entrepreneurial inclination among the students. Significant difference was found between students studying part time and full time and their entrepreneurial inclination. Significant difference was also found between the type of program enrolled in and students’ entrepreneurial inclination. Further analysis and other findings were reported and recommendation for future research are been put forth in this article.
Sandhu, Manjit Singh; Jain, Kamal Kishore; and Yusof, Mohar
"Entrepreneurial Inclination of Students at a Private University in Malaysia,"
New England Journal of Entrepreneurship:
1, Article 8.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.sacredheart.edu/neje/vol13/iss1/8