Received: 31 Dec 2019 , Published: 07 January 2020
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|1||Emad Aldeen Essa Eshag Abou (PhD)|
|2||Idreis Alsiddig Osman Ali (PhD)|
|3||Monira Mohamed Isamail|
This paper aims to shed light on the Antecedents of the intention of entrepreneurship among university students in Sudan. Many studies have confirmed that the intention of entrepreneurship can be achieved through a combination of factors such as personal factors, social factors and societal factors. Accordingly, the study model has been built and the hypotheses developed from the previous studies. The validity of the model was verified through a number of statistical methods. 384 questionnaires were distributed to university students in public and private universities in Sudan. The structural equation modeling was applied by using (PLS). The study showed a number of results that the societal factors effect on the intention. While personal factors, social factors do not affect entrepreneurial intentions. This study has multiple implications for decision makers and entrepreneurs
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