La fibre entrepreneuriale des élèves ingénieurs : Cas de l’ENSA Agadir

Lahcen EL MESKINE, Hafida BOULOIZ

Résumé


The present study investigates the entrepreneurial spirit and intention of engineering students of ENSA Agadir.  Data were empirically gathered among 4th year engineering students using 197 datasets survey of which 95 valid entries (48 %) were collected. In order to understand the entrepreneurial intention of students, regarding the possibility of initiating their project idea, we began by asking the following questions: How many students in the engineering school: ENSA have the entrepreneurial spirit? Are they ready to create their own business?

Surveyed students intend in a strong proportion of (84.2%) to create certainly (38.9%) or probably (45.3%) their own business. Nevertheless, the entrepreneurial intention does not necessarily imply business action or initiation. Inevitably intention does not certainly mean conducting business. 


Mots-clés


Entrepreneurial intention, Entrepreneurial spirit, Engineering students, Company creation.

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