Background: Universities have shown to directly influence
entrepreneurial activity in students [4-6], since they are concerned for the students
to develop their entrepreneurial spirit [1-3], promoting Entrepreneurial Intention in
University Students (EIUS).
Objective: Therefore, the objective of this research is to determine a model of
entrepreneurial intention of Mexican university students (EIUS), performing a
multiple regression analysis, by the method of Ordinary Least Squares (OLS), on a
sample of 538, with 4 independent variables (Personal and social features,
innovative features, performance features and creativity) to determine the influence
on the EIUS.
Results and Conclusion: The results indicate that the four variables proposed in the
model are relevant to explain the level of the EIUS, without problems of
multicollinearity and discarding the presence of heteroskedasticity with the
Breusch-Pagan test; and with the Kolmogorov-Smirnov normal distribution test it is
determined that the predictor variable of the model does not require more
independent variables; the contribution made with this research is of explanatory
type, offering an elucidation of the empirical observations that characterize the
university system in which the study was conducted.