The effect of university support on entrepreneurial intention: Case study of a Widyatama graduated student
The profile of graduates is important for universities. This can be a selling point for tertiary institutions. Currently the average college has a target to resolve the issue of the waiting period students often undergo before getting a job. The main problem can be overcome if many graduates become entrepreneurs. This study aimed to examine the effect of university support on entrepreneurial interest. By looking at it from the perspective of graduates, a tertiary institution becomes aware of its priorities in shaping entrepreneurial interest in its students. The sample in this study comprised 100 respondents who are alumni of the Widyatama University School of Business and Management. The results of this study indicated a significant influence of university support on entrepreneurial interest.