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Registration and Fees

Conference Fees

Conference package fee includes:

  • All conference materials
  • Proceedings; drinks reception on the evening of the first night; lunch, morning and afternoon refreshments (3 days) and the Conference Gala Dinner.  
  • Accommodation is not included in the conference fee, visit the UFHRD Conference Accommodation page for information.
  • Alnwick Castle Excursion not included in fee: Saturday 9 June, exploring the castle, unique gardens and/or the nearby market town of Alnwick. £38 per person click here to book.

All pricing are in pounds sterling.

 

 
Early Bird Registration 
(Up to and inc. 28 February 2018)


Standard Registration
(1 March 2018 and after)

Full Delegate Fee £395 £410
Doctoral Symposium (only) £100 £100
Doctoral Rate (to include doctoral symposium, main conference and gala dinner) £410 £410
Practitioner Day (only)  £100 £100
Day Delegate Rate   £250 £250 
Conference Dinner Additional Tickets £65 £65 
Optional Alnwick Castle and Gardens Trip, Saturday 9 June £38 £38 

Registration and Payment

Online Registration is now closed - if you are interested in attending please email ufhrd2018@northumbria.ac.uk

*Northumbria University staff, please register online at this link.


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