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TaPRA Conference 2015

TaPRA’s 2015 annual conference will be hosted by the University of Worcester between the 8th – 10th September 2015.

Fees and Registration

Conference Registration is now closed. This information remains here for archival purposes only.

Full Conference Early Bird (by 17 July) £190.00

Full Conference Early Bird – Postgraduate/Unwaged (by 17 July) £90.00

Full Conference (by 14th August) £230.00

Full Conference – Postgraduate/Unwaged (by 14th August) £130.00

Day Rate – £90.00

To register online, visit: https://secure.worc.ac.uk/cgi-bin/tapra/booking.pl

Deadline for all registrations: 14th August 2015

Please be aware that no refunds will be available after this date. We regret to say Conference Dinner on 9 September is now fully booked.

 

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