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Guest Lectures


28 March 2022: Guest Lecture by Philipp Moede, Business Development Manager at REMONDIS

With over 30.000 employees and around 900 business locations on 4 continents, REMONDIS is one of the world's largest recycling, service and water companies, and  has been active on the Taiwanese market since 1996.

The lecture introduced REMONDIS’ operations in Taiwan and discussed

  • The big trends for Taiwan’s recycling industry in the next 10 years
  • Challenges for the waste recycling industry
  • Challenges for foreign companies
  • The relevance of recycling on carbon footprint reduction




Company Visits and Study Tours  

 2  December 2022:  Visit to the Taiwan Film and Audiovisual Institute

pMUP students visited the new premises of the Taiwan Film and Audiovisual Institute in Xinzhuang, New Taipei City which hosts the permannt office of the Taiwan International Documentary Festival.
The purpose of the visit was learn about the organziation and management of an international film festival as part of the course European Urban Culture and Economies which explores aspects urban cultural economy. e.g. festivals as drivers of urban revival and community engagement. 


Left: Wood Lin, Director of the Taiwan International Documentary Festival welcomes Taiwan Tech students  



10 - 12 November 2022: First MUP Sustainability Study Tour

p“What is sustainability in business?” – That was the question that a group of local and international Taiwan Tech students went to explore on a two-and-a half-day study tour through Central Taiwan.
It was the first time that the Taiwan Tech School of Management, in cooperation with the Office of International Affairs, offered a  sustainability-themed tour to students of the Management Undergraduate Program. The itinerary took the group to Central and Western Taiwan, with visits to international and domestic companies that play a leading role in Taiwan’s recycling and regenerative energy sector, as well as restaurants and hotels in the “green” service industry. The trip ended in the old port town of Lugang, famed for its historical buildings and temples, where students had the chance to explore Taiwanese culture on their own. The tour was led and supervised by two international faculty members of the School of Management, Professor Karl Akbari and Dr. Stefanie Eschenlohr. As part of the Taiwan Tech EMI program the tour was completely held in English.

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Student-organized company visits

 ... are integral part of the Taiwan Tech Management Undergraduate Program  halted between 2022 - 2022, due to the COVID19-epidemic).

27 Novemver 2019: Visit to Google Taiwan, as part of the course Introduction to Computer Science 


27 December  2019: Visit to Acer, Inc.Taiwan, as part of the course Economics I 


Study Tours

13 - 17 January 2020:  A group of of 23 MUP students went to Nagoya, Japan to visit TOYOTA and the Nagoya University of Business & Commerce , partner for the new Global 2+2 BBA Dual Degree Program




Beginning with first semester, MUP students are encouragd to take part in national and international competitions. Under the guidance of experienced MUP faculty, our teams have often garnered prizes and awards.

MUP student team wins first prize at 2020 national Fintech competition


MUP student team wins second prize at 2020 innovative video competition