Muhammad Noval, Mujahid Mujahid, Noor Sari
The purpose of this research was to determine the factors that influence the interest of FEBI UIN Antasari students for invest on the capital market, and to find out the perspectives of academics and practitioners on how to develop investment among students. The population in this study were 428 students of FEBI UIN Antasari who had become investors with a sample size of 81 students who were obtained using the Slovin formula with a standard error of 10%, as well as additional data that were analyzed qualitatively using 3 academics and 2 practitioners in the capital market. The data were processed using quantitative and qualitative methods of analysis that adapts to the conditions in the field that generate a response to the problems studied. The results explain the more dominant factors that cause students to be interested in investing in the capital market, namely motivation, followed by the risk recognition, learning, perception, income and learning factors. As well as the suggestions and opinions of academics and practitioners on how to increase the interest in investing in the stock market by the students is to increase human resources in the campus, increased support facilities, apply learning theory direct practice and the existence of the program or policy made by the leadership of the campus in increasing interest students invest in the capital market.