ACTITUD EMPRENDEDORA EN ESTUDIANTES DE LA UNIVERSIDAD DE LA FRONTERA / ENTREPRENEURIAL ATTITUDE IN STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF LA FRONTERA /

Galo Eduardo Paiva Cravero, Magaly Andrea Sandoval Díaz

Resumen


El objetivo de este trabajo es determinar la actitud hacia el emprendimiento de los estudiantes de la Universidad de La Frontera. Para ello se utilizó la encuesta GUESSS, con 564 cuestionarios válidos, de los cuáles el 8% manifestó querer emprender al finalizar su carrera. Los resultados muestran que no existe realmente un ambiente emprendedor en la Universidad. Los estudiantes valoran positivamente el ser emprendedor, sin embargo, la actitud de los que manifestaron emprender al final de su carrera es superior a aquellos que desean ser empleados. La recomendación del estudio es que la Universidad de La Frontera debe fortalecer sus programas de emprendimiento para aumentar la intención emprendedora de sus estudiantes.

ABSTRACT

The objective of this work is to determine the entrepreneurial attitude of the students of the University of La Frontera. The GUESSS survey was used, with 564 valid questionnaires applied, 8% said they wanted to start at the end of their career. The results show that there is not really an entrepreneurial environment in the University. The students positively value being an entrepreneur, however, the attitude of those who stated to undertake at the end of their career is superior to those who wish to be employed. The recommendation of the study is that the University of La Frontera must strengthen its entrepreneurship programs to increase the entrepreneurial intention of its students.


Palabras clave


emprendimiento, actitud emprendedora / entrepreneurship, entrepreneurial attitude

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15433/ruta.v19i2.912

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