Academic Climate Reinforcement in An Effort of Establishing Start-ups Based on Student Business Determination

Abdul Aziz Bagis, Mahyudin Nasir


This study aims to confirm the role of students' business

determination after completing entrepreneurship courses on productive

behavior by reinforcing the academic climate experienced by students and

ensuring the role of strong ideals and enthusiasm among students. This

research primarily focused on students who have completed

entrepreneurship courses in various study programs at the University of

Mataram. The study involved students' attitudes in the form of determination

that reflect the strong aspirations and enthusiasm of doing business and their

influence on efforts to realize entrepreneurial intentions, in establishing novel,

creative, innovative and innovative technology-based startup. It also

measured how dare the students to take measurable risks. It comprehensively

proved that student entrepreneurial behavior can be established on the basis

of a strong desire to become entrepreneurs from the beginning of study, with

the support of business knowledge and skills and strengthening the academic

climate that creates psycho-social conditions such as academics.




entrepreneurial attitude, human potentials, psychosocial conditions

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