Determining the Antecedents of Entrepreneurial Intention among Undergraduate Students in Sudan

The purpose of this study was to determine the antecedents of entrepreneurial ambition among Sudanese undergraduate students. Since the majority of the literature agrees that personality, social, and societal characteristics all influence entrepreneurial intent. Previous studies were used to create the study model. This theoretical framework was tested on 384 undergraduate students from Sudanese universities, both public and private. The data was analysed using a Partial Least Squares technique to Structural Equation Modeling (PLS) (SEM). The findings suggest that sociocultural influences influence entrepreneurial intent. Personality and social characteristics, on the other hand, are not indicators of entrepreneurial intent. The ramifications of this research for policymakers and entrepreneurs are numerous.

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Emad Aldeen Essa Eshag Abou
School of Business Studies, Ahfad University for Women, Sudan.

Idreis El Siddig Osman Ali
College of Business Studies, Sudan University of Science and Technology, Sudan.

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