The Influence On MBKM Programs On Student’s Intention To Become A Social Entrepreneur

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Ferdinandus Sampe
Hendrikus Kadang
Wihalminus Sombo Layuk


higher education, student, social entrepreneurship, hospitality


Higher education institutions (HEIs) are constantly evolving how they operate and their areas of academic interest. What remains unchanged is the fact that the raison d’être of a university is to fulfill the role of a citadel of knowledge to its environment. The aim of this paper is to show the relationship between Independent Learning and Independent Campus (Merdeka Belajar Kampus Merdeka hereafter term MBKM will be used) that  have an impact on student’s intention to be a social entrepreneur. The paper thus outlines the nature of MBKM process and social entrepreneur intention. Population of the study were students from Management Department of Atma Jaya Makassar University. Data were collected using questionnaires. As many as 452 students participated in the study. The results reveal that students have good knowledge on MBKM programs and the programs influence students’ intention to be a social entrepreneur. It is suggested that the MBKM programs to be improved and enriched with innovation programs.

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