Entrepreneurship education is held to be able to produce graduates who are not only able to work in an institution but also open new business opportunities by becoming entrepreneurs. Various methods of entrepreneurship education are provided to be able to produce new, more competent entrepreneurs, but whether the entrepreneurship education provided has been truly effective in producing new entrepreneurs in the future. Researchers want to find out about the effectiveness of entrepreneurship education provided, whether it has been proven to produce new entrepreneurs. Based on the results of the analysis of respondents responses to 8 open questionnaire items regarding the effectiveness of entrepreneurship learning in creating a new business, from 63 respondents who were students of Jenderal Soedirman University, the following conclusions could be drawn: (1) Interestingly, the entrepreneurship learning process can foster an entrepreneurial spirit and motivate respondents to run a business. (2) The presentation of entrepreneurship material provides additional knowledge and experience for respondents and is able to instill respondents' interest in starting new businesses after the learning process is over. (3) There are several obstacles faced by respondents when starting a new business, and the most important of which are capital constraints, work partners, and the respondent's lack of confidence in opening a new business so that the respondent is only interested in developing the old business. (4) The implementation of entrepreneurial learning that respondents want is 50 % theory and 50 % practice. The practice is expected to be carried out by providing capital to the respondent to open a new business, and then the respondent is given a time limit for one semester to be able to return the capital. In addition, respondents also want guidance from lecturers so that they can run their business correctly.
Entrepreneurship Education, Entrepreneurial Spirit, New Entrepreneur, New Business.