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This study used the descriptive method of research to identify the personality types and assess the level of entrepreneurial stress of 169 women entrepreneurs in the Indian community in Dubai, UAE.When the questionnaires were accomplished and retrieved, the data collected were processed, analyzed, and interpreted as to the stated problems of the study. The statistical treatment used were frequency, percentage, weighted mean, and one-way analysis of variance.The results showed that regarding profiles of the women entrepreneurs, majority have the mean age of 36-40 years old, married, master’s degree holders, with 6-10 entrepreneurial experience, supervising 6-10 employees for less than 1 year, performing the entrepreneurial duties for 8-12 hours, do not enjoy flexible time at work but are engaged in sports or recreation activities. As to personality type, 78% of the women entrepreneurs have Type A personality behavior with a Mean of 3. In terms of stress levels, both Type A and B have High level of stress in Work Environment, for Inner self, both have High levels too, but Type B has higher (3.68 mean) score than Type A (3.54 mean). For Interpersonal, both personality types have Average level of entrepreneurial stress level. Understanding such stressors and relating these to personality types of individuals will enable the business enterprises to take steps to reduce the likelihood of experiencing the negative effects of stress.