Thesis Management Workshop

The main aim of the workshop is to help postgraduate students in the process of writing their thesis. Postgraduate students are encouraged to take advantage of this workshop to learn about scientific writing and thesis management. The workshop will help postgraduate students make a significant step in the thesis writing process and in how to make a clear presentation of their research. Registration should be done at

What does this workshop teach you?

  • The essential parts of a thesis and what each part includes
  • How to review the literature for your literature review and critically present it
  • How to choose the right methods and maintain methodological rigor for your research
  • How to interpret and discuss your findings
  • How to formulate research problem and make contribution to knowledge and practice


Note: This Thesis Management Workshop is open for all postgraduate students (tourism, hospitality, and any social science study). Scanned student ID is required to verify your eligibility for joining this workshop. Do upload your student ID at the registration form for verification and confirmation of your participation.

Workshop Instructor

Prof. T. Ramayah

T. Ramayah, is currently a Professor of Technology Management, School of Management, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Visiting Professor Minjiang University (China) and Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (UNIMS), Adjunct Professor at Sunway University and Universiti Tenaga Nasional (UNITEN), Malaysia. He is also an International Collaborative Partner (ICP) at Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR) Malaysia. He was also a Visiting Professor King Saud University (Kingdom of Saudi Arabia), Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (UNIMAS) and Adjunct Professor at Multimedia University previously. He has an h-index of 70 and citation of 20,573 in Google Scholar and i-10 index of 333, his h-index in SCOPUS is 36, with 5495 citations while his h-index in ISI/Clarivate is 26 with 3223 citations. He has supervised numerous PhD/MA/MBA students in the fields of Information Systems, Operations Management, Marketing Management and Organizational Behavior having graduated 73 PhD students, 18 DBA students and 8 Masters student. His full profile can be accessed from