Early Registration is now open!
Please follow the link here to take you to our bookings page.
The conference fee includes admission to the full conference, programme & abstracts book, Welcome ceremony on 14th August, coffee and lunch breaks. You have the option when booking to also book in for the Conference Dinner and on-site accommodation.
When you register, please have the correct invoice address to your organisation at hand. There are different options for regular attendees and students/emeritus. PhD students and -candidates are regarded as students.
You are an ATEE member and have paid the 2019 membership fee or are in the process of paying this before attending the congress.
You are not or do not intend to become a member of ATEE prior to this years’ congress and pay a higher congress fees.
Students and Emeritus
PhD students and -candidates are regarded as students. You have to send an offfical certificate issued by the University to prove your status
See ATEE website for information on member benefits. If you attend an ATEE conference for the first time, you can apply for a special ATEE individual membership (110 EUR) for 2019: please follow this link.
The ATEE secretariat (firstname.lastname@example.org ) will handle the invoice concerning the membership. This does not apply to participants from low-income countries as they are already entitled to a lower membership fee.
* You need to sign for membership before you register for the conference
Force Majeure, health related issues
Should there occur an insuperable obstacle related to a registered person’s health cancellation must be made in writing (by e-mail, fax or mail) to IFE@bathspa.ac.uk. An official and original medical certificate must be presented within two (2) weeks of the cancellation notification to IFE@bathspa.ac.uk. Every cancellation will be considered individually.
The Supplier (Bath Spa University) shall not be liable for any failure or delay in performing their obligations where such failure or delay results from any cause that is beyond their reasonable control. Such causes include, but are not limited to: power failure, Internet Service Provider failure, industrial action, civil unrest, fire, flood, storms, earthquakes, acts of terrorism, acts of war, governmental action or any other event that is beyond the control of the party in question.