Determining the Antecedents of Entrepreneurial Intention among Undergraduate Students in Sudan
New Innovations in Economics, Business and Management Vol. 2,
4 November 2021
This paper aimed to identify the Antecedents of entrepreneurial intention among undergraduate students in Sudan. Since most literature agreed that entrepreneurial intention can be determined by Personality factors, Social factors, and societal factors. The study model was built by examining previous studies. This theoretical framework is verified on 384 undergraduate students in the Public and Private Universities in Sudan. The data were analysed using (PLS) Partial Least Squares approach to Structural Equation Modelling (SEM). The results show that societal factors are predictors of entrepreneurial intention. Whereas the Personality factors, Social factors are not the predictors to entrepreneurial intention. This study has manifold implications for policymakers and entrepreneurs.
- personality factors
- social factors
- societal factors
- entrepreneurship intention