Registration

Registration grants access to the Conference program and the necessary material for the conference, as well as receptions and lunches. Moreover, and attendance diploma will be provided, as long as attendance is accredited. Registration is per participant, not per communication, therefore all authors of a communication must pay the registration fees provided they want to attend the conference. Only those who attend the conference will be granted an attendance certificate.

Registration opens on the 16th of March and finishes on the 30th of September. 

Please remember that registration will only be confirmed upon receipt of payment.

 

Fees

Participants categories

Early fee (until July 31st)

Standard fee (from August 1st)

Notes

EUPRERA members

275

325

 If you are interested in joining EUPRERA, please consider becoming a member (info@euprera.org or http://euprera.org/membership/) before registering for the congress

Standard participants (academics)

300

350

 

Standard participants (practitioners)

350

400

 

PhD students      (congress only)

200

250

 

PhD students        (seminar only)

350

To register to the PhD seminar, first you need to submit your application and then, if approved, you will get the seminar registration code (http://euprera.org/what-we-do/phd-seminar/).

Invoiced by and paid to EUPRERA directly

PhD students        (seminar + congress)

450

To register to the PhD seminar, first you need to submit your application and then, if approved, you will get the seminar registration code (http://euprera.org/what-we-do/phd-seminar/).

Seminar fee invoiced by and paid to EUPRERA directly

1-day attendance

175

225

 

Accompanying person

60

110

 

Social programme

85

Please join us Saturday October 10th! A bus will take you on a half day trip. Enjoy a visit to one of Navarra’s most international wineries, Bodegas Otazu; a guided tour to enjoy Olite’s medieval Palace architecture and whimsical towers and lunch at Parador de Olite, with a fabulous location in the same 15th-century castle.