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Entrepreneurship Education and Entrepreneurial Intentions Disability Students in Higher Education

EasyChair Preprint no. 2116

6 pagesDate: December 8, 2019


Entrepreneurship education is a process to form the mindset and behavior of students to be an entrepreneur. This education is not only for normal students but also students with special needs in the tertiary institution. Based on these conditions, this study aims to find the interests of students with special needs (disability) at Jakarta State University for entrepreneurship. This research used case study in research method, where the cases to be appointed are students with disabilities at UNJ who are registered as active students. Data is collected using structured interviews. According to the authors, there are three themes identified as indicators of student entrepreneurial intentions. These themes are elements of interest (cognition, emotions and conations), characteristics of an entrepreneur and business ethics. The results of this study state that students with disabilities know about entrepreneurship (cognition) and have a desire to become an entrepreneur (emotion) and have experience in trying entrepreneurship (conations). In addition, the students with disabilities also know what needs to be prepared to become an entrepreneur such as the readiness of the risks to be faced and how to run a good business.

Keyphrases: Disability, Education, Entrepreneurship

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  author = {Esty Nurbaity and Vera Utami and Ernita Maulida},
  title = {Entrepreneurship Education and Entrepreneurial Intentions Disability Students in Higher Education},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 2116},

  year = {EasyChair, 2019}}
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