Can I submit more than 1 poster abstract?
No, only 1 application per person, you may be listed as a secondary author if applicable
Can I submit a proposal to give an oral presentation?
Unfortunately, no, all of our oral presentations are invited speakers. However, we strongly encourage you to submit a poster presentation.
What language will the symposium be in?
All sessions and activities be will be presented and facilitated in English.
Will there be childcare facilities on-site?
Unfortunately, no, you will have to make your own arrangements for childcare during the event. Additionally, it is very unusual for the College to accommodate any guests under the age of 18.
Is parking available on-site?
There are very limited parking facilities at the College and parking is NOT generally available for guests. Exceptional circumstances may be made, please contact us with your requests, particularly for those with access requirements. The use of Oxford’s excellent Park & Ride links are therefore recommended for most guests.
Is WiFi available at the symposium?
Conference guests with an email address linked to a participating academic institution may log straight into the shared EDUROAM WiFi service (using the standard password for that email account). See https://www.eduroam.org/ for further information.
Wireless internet access is available via ‘The Cloud’ free Wi-Fi system:
- Turn on WiFi
- Select ‘The Cloud’ from available network list
- Open browser and follow on screen instructions
- Once registered you will seamlessly connect to The Cloud WiFi without needing to re-enter username and password
Do you provide discounts for accommodation in Oxford?
Discounted accommodation is available at St Catherine’s College when a Full (Residential) Symposium Package is booked. If you are from a developing country, you may be eligible for a bursary to support travel, accommodation and registration costs, please click here for further details.
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