E ISSN: 2583-049X

International Journal of Advanced Multidisciplinary Research and Studies

Volume 3, Issue 5, 2023

Factors Affecting Students’ Entrepreneurial Intentions: A Case Study of University of Labor and Social Affairs

Author(s): Tran Anh Quang, Do Thi Le, Dinh Thi Chien, Vu Minh Dat, Tran Quoc Hai


Entrepreneurship has been viewed as a critical contributor and an economic engine in a country for creating new jobs and it is crucial for graduates to alter their mindset to become self-employed. Thus, it is necessary to synthesize the factors that impact the entrepreneurial intentions (EI) of students at tertiary level. The aim of this research is to determine the factors affecting the entrepreneurial intention of students at the University of Labor and Social Affairs. Research based on the theory of intended behavior of Ajzen (1991) [1] combined with related studies to build a proposed research model including 3 factors affecting entrepreneurial intention. The research sample was surveyed from 926 undergraduate students in different fields of study. On the basis of inheriting the entrepreneurial intention model of Linan (2004) [13], the analysis results confirm that the research concepts in the model are both reliable and valid. On the basis of qualitative and quantitative analysis, the research results show that the 02 factors that have the greatest influence on the entrepreneurial intention of students at the University of Labor - Social Affairs are social perception and standards…

Keywords: Entrepreneurial Intention, Start-Up, Students

Pages: 267-273

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