Saudi Arabian 2030 Vision and Entrepreneurial Intention Among University Students

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Abdullah D. Alshrari https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9297-1872
Waddah Kamal Hassan Omer https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9777-7497
Khaled Salmen Aljaaidi

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Entrepreneurial intention, KSA 2030 Vision, Northern Border University

Abstract

The purposes of this study are to report the degree of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabian 2030 Vision’s (KSA 2030 Vision) awareness among students, and to examine the association of entrepreneurial intention with the awareness of the KSA 2030 Vision in College of Business Administration at the Northern Border University. Using data from a self-administered survey, with a final sample of 266 students, the descriptive and Simple Regression results show that there is a low degree of awareness towards the KSA 2030 Vision among the students, and the entrepreneurial intention is negatively associated with the KSA 2030 Vision awareness. The results of this study give an alarming view as to the current low level awareness of the College of Business students towards the KSA 2030 Vision, and how this low degree of awareness can influence negatively the achievement of the country’s long-term vision. The results of this study should be useful to policy makers in Saudi Arabia at the country, ministry of education the university and elsewhere, as the KSA is aiming to achieve the ambitious KSA 2030 Vision.

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