Universities around the world are keen to develop leadership and encourage students to start their own projects and not wait for government jobs. The Entrepreneurial stage usually begins with the entrepreneurial intention, and when the intention is rooted, it turns into entrepreneurial readiness. In our research, we try to measure the impact of some skills acquired in the Business Administration department by students senior on entrepreneurial readiness at Wasit University and Kut University College. The research sample included: Students of the fourth stage / morning studies at both universities. The questionnaire was distributed by 150 questionnaires, were dustbathed, of which 132 questionnaires were returned for analysis. The research concluded that there is an effect of the six acquired skills on entrepreneurial readiness with different effects, and this requires increasing focus on some skills, reconsidering the content of study materials, and adding other materials.