Entrepreneurship is one of the most important economic and social forces of our age. It is an essential force due to the growing interest in entrepreneurial activities and this growing interest stems from the developments in business and technology constantly shaping the world on transformation. In this study, it was aimed to examine the entrepreneurship characteristics of the School of Physical Education and Sports students studying in higher education institutions according to various variables. 369 female and 403 male university students participated the study. “University Students Entrepreneurship Scale” (Yılmaz and Sünbül, 2009) was used to collect the data. The data were analyzed by computer package program. The results of the study revealed that the entrepreneurship levels of the School of Physical Education and Sports students are above the average. The results of the t test conducted for the gender variable presented significant differences in favor of female students in all sub-dimensions of the scale. As a result, it was determined that social class, family's economic history, work experience, education and other environmental socio-cultural factors affect the entrepreneurship levels of the students.
School of Physical Education and Sports, Student, Entrepreneurship