The Role of University’s Entrepreneurship Program and Experiential Activities Towards Entrepreneurial Intention: Exploratory Analysis

Muhammad Syahrul Deen Ahmad Rosli, Amzari Tumiran, Mohd Afandi Mat Rani, Hardy Loh Rahim, Mohd Rizal Muwazir Mukhazir


In this era of globalization, the field of entrepreneurship is seen as a major agenda in empowering and sustaining the community’s economy. It has its role as an economic catalyst and capability empowered in efforts to increase innovation, creativity, and competitiveness of society in micro and macro-economic perspectives. Awareness and development of shared values, as well as entrepreneurial activities, are also sown and strengthened through the national education system in Malaysia. With the awareness of the phenomenon, the value and entrepreneurship programs in IPTA and IPTS, including Malaysia Universities, have soared. At Malaysia universities, the Malaysian Academy of SME & Entrepreneurship Development (MASMED) is an organization of the university that conducts various entrepreneurship efforts and programs for Malaysia Universities students, in empowering and raising the level of sustainability through the variance of entrepreneurial activities. This study was conducted to identify the behaviors and tendencies of entrepreneurial activities among students in the Academy of Contemporary Islamic Studies (ACIS). ACIS faculties were selected to obtain special data for the characteristics of the population sampling required in the preparation of specific entrepreneurship programs of this study. The design of this study is descriptive statistics using a quantitative approach. The partial lease square (PLS) instrument will be used in factor analysis through multiple regression that allows researchers to identify significant predictions that are useful in this study.

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