Author(s): Suparno, Ari Saptono
This study aims to determine the effect of entrepreneurship education, financial literacy, on entrepreneurship skills. This study applied the survey method with the causal approach. With the population of 128 students of Economics and Accounting Education, Faculty of Economics, the State University of Jakarta with a sample of 97 respondents with random sampling technique. Data obtained from the questionnaire and conducted the path analysis to determine the effect between variables. The result showed that entrepreneurship education directly and positively affects the financial literacy of 63%, financial literacy directly and positively influence entrepreneurship skills of 9.3%, and entrepreneurship education directly and positively affect the entrepreneurship skills of 28%, with influence in indirect and positive through the literacy of the money of 65%. Based on research this model can be a frame of reference in improving students’ entrepreneurship skills in universities.