Journal of Entrepreneurship Education (Print ISSN: 1098-8394; Online ISSN: 1528-2651)


The Moderating Role of Perceived University Entrepreneurship Support on The Relationship Between Online Self-Regulated Learning and Saudi Students Entrepreneurial Intentions.

Author(s): Ibrahim G Mahgoub, Taibah University, Ahmed M Elsayed

This research based in Saudi Arabia seeks to confirm the relationship between OSRL (Online Self-Regulated Learning) and EI (Entrepreneurial Intention). Furthermore, investigates whether PUES (Perceived University Entrepreneurship Support) moderates the relationship between OSRL and EI. Therefore, a literature review was conducted to seek out the theoretical underpinnings of SRL (Self-Regulated Learning) and how EI is established based on TBP. For this purpose, an online survey with 5-point Likert scale questions was collected from 271 undergraduate students at Saudi universities. The OLS (ordinary least squares) regressionbased path analysis was applied and found consistently within the existing literature. SRL was seen to have an impact on EI in each of its six aspects. However, moderation of PUES findings is mixed where substantial significance was found to be based on a university’s support in the form of resource availability for performance-related activities rather than a conceptual theory.

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