Proceedings of the International Conference on Innovation in Research (ICIIR 2018) – Section: Economics and Management Science

Intermediate and Entrepreneurial Motivation Analysis of Students Informatics Engineering Studies Program (Case study: STMIK STIKOM Indonesia)

Authors
Willdahlia Ayu, Ratnaningrum Rara
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Willdahlia Ayu
Available Online July 2019.
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https://doi.org/10.2991/iciir-18.2019.41How to use a DOI?
Keywords
entrepreneurship interest; entrepreneurship
Abstract
STIKI Indonesia is one of the IT campuses in Bali that has a concept as an entrepreneurship campus that is oriented towards developing and fostering the spirit of Entrepreneurship for students. Respondents in this study were students who were still active with a total of 124 respondents who had received entrepreneurship courses. This study aims to determine the interests and motivation of entrepreneurship students in the informatics engineering study program at STMIK STIKOM Indonesia. The sample technique used in this study is a Proportionate Stratified Random Sampling. This research is included in descriptive research. From the results of data collection using questionnaires, it was found that 81.1% of students in the informatics engineering study program had entrepreneurship courses, 68.5% had an entrepreneurial interest but had not yet started, 20.2% had a business, and 37.9% have had a business but failed to live it. Only 1.6% are not interested in being an entrepreneur. The motivation of students in entrepreneurship who have ambition for freedom reasons is 98.4%, self-realization is 65.3% and pushing factors are 67.7%.
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