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Globalization has been facilitating transnational entrepreneurship that is essential for several reasons, from fostering social change to economic growth, especially driving innovation. The surge of young
entrepreneurs is thought of as positive development to be cultivated and motivated to the greatest potential extent. The main aim of the study is to investigate whether students at FPT University Can Tho intend to start a business and what factors influence their entrepreneurial intentions. Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB) was used to determine what factors influence undergraduate students' entrepreneurial intention. In the current research, three factors might influence students’ entrepreneurial intentions (EI) are Attitude toward Behavior (AB), Subjective Norms (SN), and Perceived Behavioral Control (BC). A sample of 325 participants at FPT University in Can Tho was surveyed. We adopted and modified Entrepreneurial Intention Questionnaire (EIQ) by Linan and Chen (2009) and Autio et al. (2001) which includes 30 items.The findings indicated that students have an intention to start a business but they have not been wellprepared.There was a significant positive influence of the attitude toward behaviour, subjective norm, and perceived behavioral control with students' entrepreneurial intention.
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