Author(s): Sanjeevni Gangwani and Shaimaa Ballout
Entrepreneurship means the person ability to start a new venture and create employment. Entrepreneurship is a key factor for economic development. The aim of this study is to analyze the impact of factors(independent variables) such as personality traits, enterprenuer education, prior business experience, relational support, eneterpreneur utility, age and gender on entrepreneurial intentions (Dependent Variable)among business graduate students of Saudi Arabia University .The primary data was collected by a self-designed structured questionnaire. The Cronbach Alpha Reliability test was conducted on every variable. Pearson Correlation Coefficient was conducted to determine whether the exposure to entrepreneurship education created any impact on the enterprenuerial intention of students. Multiple Linear Regression Analysis were conducted in this study to observe the impact of independent variables (personality traits, enterprenuer education, prior business experience, relational support, eneterpreneur utility, age and gender) on the dependent variable (Enterprenuer Intention). Findings of this study will help educational institutions and government to understand the factors affecting the entrepreneurship intention among business graduate students and frame adequate polices to support entrepreneurial activity.