Fees

Early Bird
Before March 15th 2019 (midnight CET)

Regular
After March 15th 2019

Criteria

Delegate

€ 200 € 230

Reduced

Student
€ 140 € 190 Attendees enrolled to Universities, Academies, Educational Institutes, Schools or Master’s Degrees. Must provide a valid certificate of attendance.
PLEASE NOTE: Student rates are intended for non-salaried students. Delegates who are completing their PhD or other qualification while holding a salaried post, will be expected to pay the PhD Student fee.
B-countries
€ 140 € 190 Attendees residing or studying within developing/emerging regions. The eligible countries are EXCLUSIVELY the ones listed following the World Bank criteria on economic growth available here.
Retired
€ 140 € 190 Please provide a self-certification of retirement.

PhD Student

€ 160 € 205 Please provide a document attesting your status as a PhD student.

Please Note

All rates are 22% VAT included. Registration fees include:

  • Participation in the Conference
  • Congress kit
  • Coffee & tea breaks
  • Welcome cocktail & guided tour at Basilica of St. Paul Outside the Walls
  • Digital abstracts book

Please note: lunch tickets for July 10th , 11th and 12th (classic – gluten free – vegetarian) will be available for purchase at reduced price in the online registration form.

Extra Fees

Social Dinner, July 11th 2019: € 46.20 (VAT included)

Important Dates

Submissions
Now open

Seminar & Panel Proposal deadline
June, 18th 2018

Proposal acceptance notification
July, 15th 2018

Call for Papers opening
July, 20th 2018

Early Bird Fee Opening
October, 2018

Call for Papers Deadline
December, 15th 2018

Call for Papers Acceptance Notification
January, 15th 2019

Early Bird Fee Expiration
March, 15th 2019

 

ESRA 2019 is an environmentally‐friendly event promoting social solidarity

Thanks to the Food for Good project endorsment, any food not consumed during ESRA 2019 Conference will be recovered and redistributed to charitable organization.