The Effect of Entrepreneurship Education on Entrepreneurial Intention Mediated by Motivation and Attitude among Management Students, State University of Malang, Indonesia

  •  Angga Mahendra    
  •  Ery Djatmika    
  •  Agus Hermawan    


This research investigates the effect of entrepreneurship education on entrepreneurial intention among college students enrolling in the Department of Management, Faculty of Economics, State University of Malang. The research employed descriptive correlational design, and a number of 230 students are taken proportionate randomly as sample from 540 students enrolled in three study programs. Path analysis utilizing LISREL 8.50 for windows is used to examine relationships among variables. Research finding revealed that entrepreneurial intention is indirectly affected by entrepreneurship education, meaning that students’ entrepreneurial motivation and attitude are two important mediating variables.

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