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Entrepreneurship is one solution that encouraged the government to promote the nation’s economy. The study says that at least 2% of entrepreneurs in a country are required to make the country progress. With the growing number of entrepreneurs, the number of jobs created will also increase, so that the community will grow independently in economic terms. The growth of entrepreneurial figures is done in various aspects; one of them is through education. This study aims to see how to grow entrepreneurial behavior through the phase of intention in the educational environment. This research uses a qualitative method with focus group discussion method, documentation, and observation. The result is a design on how to grow entrepreneurship behavior through the phase of intention in creating entrepreneurship in education.


Entrepreneurship; Entrepreneurial Behavior; Intention; Education

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