As entrepreneurship has been considered as a major factor for socioeconomic growth and development, and then, students are five times more capable to start a business than others who actually attempt to start a business, this research title was mooted. Data was collected among students from various schools in the university understudy. The findings show that Cultural Dimensions has the strongest influence on Entry Modes. Other independent variables, Entrepreneurial Orientation and Environmental Factors are found negatively related to Entry Modes. Understanding these factors can extend the knowledge which can lead to better planning and implementation of policies in Malaysia to help Malaysia’s socioeconomic growth and development.