This paper examined the effect of academic staff’s quality as a determinant of students ‘academic achievement in ‘entrepreneurship’ business education. Teachers’ qualities that were considered in the study include: interest on the job and job satisfaction, qualification(s), motivation,
teaching techniques and working experiences with different set of students over the years. The data for the study were collected through the questionnaires designed for the lecturers and the students’ semester results randomly selected from different institutions, variation method, that is, analysis of variance (ANOVA) and regression analysis were used to analyze the collected data. The findings showed that all the lecturers’ qualities considered in the study determined the extent of students’ quality and academic excellence in ‘entrepreneurship’ business education to a large extent, which means if prominence is given to teaching profession and teachers’ development in all ramifications, the resultant effect on our young graduates will be higher. However, the result of this study could be generalized to all courses in our higher institutions globally.