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Entrepreneurship: Theory, Networks, History. Cheltenham:

Results of data retrieval of responses from 212 students of economic education and management major at Economics Faculty, State University of Makassar, showed that generally do not have entrepreneurial commitment, entrepreneurial intention, entrepreneurial competence, and self-efficacy. In a general way, it is still focused on academic activities and active in student organizations. On the other hand, not yet, optimal role of lecturers to build entrepreneurial character through the internalization of entrepreneurial personality values at the time of bringing entrepreneurship courses. Similarly, there is still a lack of implementation of entrepreneurship training programs held both at faculty and study level. In summary, based on the analysis above, it can be concluded that the lack of internalization of the values of commitment to entrepreneurship cause low selfconfidence of students to engage in activities-oriented entrepreneurship. Furthermore, entrepreneurial commitment only has an indirect effect on selfconfidence (self-efficacy) through entrepreneurial intention. While the indirect influence of entrepreneurial commitment to self-belief through student competence has no significant effect. Suggestions that can be raised is the faculty need to provide space and time for developing entrepreneurial activity program involving faculty, students and other interested parties in order to build entrepreneurial character.