Eugene Mutac (center, left photo) and Wu (right photo) were awarded top prizes in thesis writing. Photos: I-Shou University

Four postgraduate students from the College of Management of I-Shou University – a private university in Kaohsiung City, southern-western Taiwan – have won awards in domestic and international thesis writing competitions.

Business Administration postgraduate student Wu Jing-ping won the Best Practice Application Award in the Service Management category of the 2018 Futon Life Management Master Thesis Award.  SMBA student Liang Chia-Hsiang won an Honorable Mention in the same competition, the Central News Agency reported.

Lin Jun-Teng from the EMBA program won a merit award in the 11th TSC Thesis Symposium, which was sponsored by the Taiwan-based company Topco Scientific Co Ltd.

Filipino student Eugene Mutac won an award in the third International Conference and Competition on Engineering, Education, Management, Science and Technology organised by the Quantum Cognizance Researchers Conglomerate.

As part of his award, Mutac was invited to present his paper at a ceremony to be held between July 14-16, 2018, in Makati City, Philippines.