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Entrepreneurship has an important role to make society more creative and independent. Higher education graduates need to be directed and supported not only as job seekers but must be ready to become job creators and foster student entrepreneurial spirit. College graduates are expected to become educated young entrepreneurs and be able to start their own businesses. However, the reality found in the field turns out to be very different, students as "Human Resources" who are educated and professional are still weak in developing their entrepreneurial knowledge and don't even dare to start early, various reasons put forward, some are constrained by capital, waiting to be established, not have a place and much more. This study aims to find out what factors influence students' interest in entrepreneurship. Based on the test results using Lisrel 8.7 using 10 indicators of 2 variables, namely the attitude variable and the contextual factor variable, it was found that the dominant factor affecting students' entrepreneurial interest was the Academic Support indicator with a Standard Loading Factor (SLF) value of 0.50 at the highest. compared to other dimensions.
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