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This study aimed at analyzing the effect of Tri Hita Karana, technology mastery, and entrepreneurial motivation towards thetechnopreneurship readiness of vocational students. There were many vocational high school graduates who had not been into work industry and being unemployed. This phenomenon was due to a mismatch occurs between the number of graduates and job availability. Therefore, technopreneurship readiness for vocational students was required allowing them to be independent entrepreneurs. It is required to be supported by Tri Hita Karana as a manifestation of maintaining good harmonization relationship with God, humans, and environment. The existence of technology mastery was also an important aspect to support them in competing, being responsible, having creativity, and being innovative in those were also supported by entrepreneurial motivation growing within the students themselves. Correlational design was used as a research method of this study. There were 167 XI students of Multimedia Expertise Program in Buleleng Regency selected as a research sample The data analysis technique used was multiple regression analysis. The results showed that the influence of Tri Hita Karana on technopreneurship readiness was 22%, the influence of technology mastery on technopreneurship readiness was 18.8%, and the effect of entrepreneurial motivation on technopreneurship readiness was 23.7%.