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Hermeneutic Phenomenological

The purpose of further research is how indirect influence of entrepreneurship commitment to self-efficacy through student entrepreneurship competence. The analysis showed the value of path coefficients to assess the indirect effect is the path coefficient KB to KK and KK path coefficients to ED. The path coefficients are worth 0.8042 and (-0.1473), so that the contribution of indirect effect (R2 ) of 0.0014, or 0.1 percent. It is explained that the commitment to entrepreneurship has indirect influence is not significant to the self-efficacy of students through the entrepreneurial competence. Thus, it can be explained that the commitment to entrepreneurship built through desire, discipline, and determination have not been able to give indirect influence on student self-efficacy through entrepreneurial competencies are built through spirit of achievement, initiative and business development. In addition to explaineeffect direct and indirect partially above, based on the three-above equation to explain the causal relationship simultaneously. The amount of influence simultaneously based on the value of the path coefficients for each variable construct consisting of commitment to entrepreneurship, entrepreneurial intentions and entrepreneurial competence to self-efficacy. The amount of commitment variable contribution simultaneous influence entrepreneurship, entrepreneurial intentions and entrepreneurial competence of the student selfconfidence (R2 ) obtained by 0.5459 or 54 percent, while the remaining 46 percent comes from other variables not assessed in this study are shown through error variance values. This can be explained that simultaneously or jointly variable commitment to entrepreneurship, entrepreneurial intentions and entrepreneurial competence has significant influence