Entrepreneurship Education and Venture Intention of Female Engineering Students in A Nigerian University

Fred Peter, Sunday Eze, Kelechi Osigwe, Adeshola Peter, Emmanuel Adeyemi, Chibogu Okologbo, Temitope Asiyanbola
2021 International Journal of Higher Education  
The significant changes taking place in the world have offered new opportunities for male and female-owned businesses. This study investigated the impact of entrepreneurship education and venture intention of female engineering students in Nigeria. A descriptive research design was used. Copies of the questionnaire were distributed to collect quantitative data on the link between entrepreneurship education and venture intentions of Landmark university female engineering students. The sample
more » ... nts. The sample size for this study was determined based on the entire population of 32. This study used purposive random sampling techniques for the selection of the respondent. Hence, each participant was given an equal chance of being chosen from the population in no particular order. Regression analysis was used to analyse the stated hypotheses through a statistical package for social science (SPSS). The findings revealed that effective implementation of entrepreneurship education elements stimulate students' entrepreneurial activities, particularly among female engineering students. This study advanced knowledge and concluded that entrepreneurship education elements such as pedagogy, educators' competence, and learning environment have a significant impact on venture intention.
doi:10.5430/ijhe.v10n4p9 fatcat:zvvasko4enbyhcnh33ffh7cfxa