HomeThe Trinitian Student Researchervol. 1 no. 1 (2008)

The Entrepreneurial Competencies of Students of the College of Business Administration, Trinity University of Asia

Michelle Regino | Jeffrey Lampa | Glen Almario | Noel Frederick Banaria | Christopher Tumbokon

Discipline: Education, Business



This study identified and described the entrepreneurial competencies of the graduating students of the College of Business Administration of Trinity University of Asia for the School year 2007-2008.


Results of the study showed that the respondents have acquired the necessary competency in the ten identified entrepreneurial skills. The students seek opportunities and welcome challenges; they are self-confident; they systematically plan any endeavor and regularly monitor the process; they seek vital information before venturing into a new enterprise; they are persuasive and willing to collaborate with other people; they are committed; they set goals not only for the present but for the future as well; they are persistent; they are willing to take risks; and, they demand quality and efficiency in their work.