|Before 24 April 2017
|After 24 April 2017
|Full time student
|Students combined (Full conference +ALL preconference workshops)
|Workshop 1. Active methodologies
|Workshop 2. Gamification for teaching
|Workshop 3. Bibliography management and scientific communication with Mendeley
|Workshop 4. Dissemination and visibility of scientific publications
|Conference Gala Dinner ticket
|*Please check prices in social programme
LOW GDP COUNTRIES
Please note that the crucial factor for the reduced Low-GDP fee is not the country of origin but the country of residence.
As grounds for this list the World bank data for 2015 GDP per capita was used. The threshold for low-GDP country status is an annual per capita income of less than $ 26,000 US.
Therefore, if you are a nursing student residing in a country classified as low-GDP according to the World Bank's criteria, you may be eligible for a reduced fee for write my nursing essay for me. This fee reduction aims to make services more accessible to students from economically disadvantaged backgrounds, regardless of their country of origin.
- African countries
- Asian countries (with following exceptions: Brunei Darussalam, Hong Kong SAR, Israel, Japan, Kuwait, Macau SAR, Qatar, Singapore, UAE)
- Latin American countries
- and the following countries in wider Europe:
Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Georgia, Greece, Hungary, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Latvia, Lithuania, FYR of Macedonia, Malta, Moldova, Montenegro, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Turkey and Ukraine.
In order to apply the reduction delegates must be affiliated in either private or public institutions that are based in the above countries.
Delegates from all other countries need to register as Delegates from high GDP Countries.
Graduate /Postgraduate/ Master students
Students may attend the Conference with reduced fees.
In order to be eligible for this reduction, you will need to certify your status as a student when you register for the conference by uploading a letter in English (pdf or jpg format), signed by your supervisor/professor (for PhD/Master students) or a legal representative from your institution (for graduate students), which confirms your student status.
Please note: You must upload your letter of certification in order to complete your registration as a student.
The conference organization office will check the upload you provided and be in touch with you if we have difficulties in assessing it.
Cancellation of a registration must be advised via email to the Conference Office. Verbal changes or cancellation cannot be accepted.
The following refunds will apply from the date of receipt of notification:
|On or before 6 March 2017
|100% refund less an administration fee of 50€ (Taxes included)
|On or before 3 April 2017
|75% refund less an administration fee of 50€ (Taxes included)
|On or before 1 May 2017
|50% refund less an administration fee of 50€ (Taxes included)
|After 5 June 2017
|No refund available
The refund will be returned via the same payment method as the original receipt of funds.
No refund will be made after 5 June 2017 however an alternative delegate name may be provided in writing and the booking and funds will be allocated accordingly.
Please note no refund or discount will be made if an inclusive function or event within the registration fee is not taken up or is subsequently cancelled.
Participants are strongly advised to secure appropriate travel and health insurance. Delegate registration fees do not provide any such insurance coverage. The Organising Committee and the Conference Office accept no responsibility for any loss in this regard.
All Conference Registration Fees and Additional Ticket rates are quoted in Euros (taxes included)