Registration for ‘Archaeology and Economic Development’ is now open. The capacity of the conference is strictly limited so we advise that you register early to ensure attendance.
Registration Fees and Information:
There are three registration types available as below
|UCL Students (Undergraduate and Postgraduate)||£20|
|UCL Staff and Non-UCL Students||£40|
Please note that registration in each category is limited. Should your category have run out we encourage you to join our waiting list.
The registration fee includes: entrance to all sessions, registration pack (including the programme), coffee breaks, lunch both days and wine reception on Saturday evening. The conference is due to start for registration at 0830 on Friday 21st September and conclude at approx. 1700 on Saturday 22nd September (subject to confirmation). Please see the Conference Programme for further information.
Registration is available through our Eventbrite page: http://aed2012.eventbrite.co.uk/.
There are three ways to pay for registration fees: by credit or debit card (through Eventbrite), by cheque, or by bank transfer. If you would like to pay by cheque or bank transfer please follow the instructions on the Eventbrite page to pay ‘offline’ using the 'show other payment options' link beneath the 'Register' button (scroll down on the Eventbrite page to view these instructions).
All participants will receive access to the papers to be presented at the conference in advance (details to follow).
If you have any problems with registration or any questions please contact the organisers on firstname.lastname@example.org
Refunds are available, less an administration fee of £5, if the organisers receive a request for a refund by September 1st 2012 on email@example.com.
The Institute of Archaeology, UCL is located at 31-34 Gordon Square, London, WC1H 0PY.
The Institute can be reached by bus, London Underground and Mainline train services, and is also accessible from all of London’s airports. Please note there is little parking available in the vicinity of the Institute and it is within the London Congestion Charge Zone.
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There are a variety of hotels for different budgets within walking distance of the Institute. You may like to consider the following:
Imperial Hotels – including the Imperial, Bedford, President, Royal National, Tavistock and County Hotels.
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