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Date of this Version

Summer 6-4-2022


This study assesses the attitudes of students of Faculty of Communication and Information Science, Kwara State University, Malete, towards entrepreneurship development initiatives. It raises five (5) objectives and questions to achieve its aims. It adopts case study method as its research design and the students of Faculty of Communication and Information Science are its population. It uses simple random sampling technique to administer questionnaires to 250 students. Out of the 250 questionnaires administered, only 200 are returned, representing 80% return rate. The study’s findings reveal that the students are aware of entrepreneurship initiatives through the Centre for Technical, Vocational and Entrepreneurship Training and concludes that entrepreneurship initiatives available in Kwara State University, Malete are highly effective to helping the students in becoming self-dependent and establish their businesses after graduation, while it recommends, among others, that entrepreneurship initiatives in Kwara State University, Malete, should be practical oriented in order to give students the opportunity to learn the technicalities attached to their discipline’s entrepreneurial activities.