This research tries to examine the impact of entrepreneurship
education on studentís entrepreneurial intention, by making a comparative
analysis among different groups of students in Polydisciplinary Faculty of Sidi
BENNOUR, Chouaib Doukkali University. The success of entrepreneurship education
programs remains unanswered if it doesn't lead the student to entrepreneurship
or at least to develop a profile validating entrepreneurial attitudes. This article attempts to discuss entrepreneurship education from
the perspective of practical and theoretical implications and discusses its
role in the context of national economy. A set of hypotheses was formulated
according to demographics, disciplines, and education levels to understand
their impact on entrepreneurial intentions and attitudes. These hypotheses were
tested in a quantitative survey of two different population of students
participating in an academic entrepreneurship education program.
JEL classification numbers: L26.
intention, Entrepreneurship education, Students, Entrepreneurship, Chouaib