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IACESS 2016 : International Academic Conference on Education and Social Sciences


When Jun 8, 2016 - Jun 9, 2016
Where Prague, Czech Republic
Submission Deadline Apr 30, 2016
Notification Due Apr 30, 2016
Final Version Due Apr 30, 2016
Categories    education   social sciences   finance   management

Call For Papers

Call for Abstract

Abstract Text length should not be longer than 350 words and should not be less than 200 words.

Who can apply?

Abstracts could be submitted by: researchers, faculty members, young researchers and other professionals interested in Humanities. Young researchers are graduated students, M.A. Candidates or M.A. students, doctors, PhD students, postdoctoral researchers or young faculty members under 35 years of age. To be considered for this category, please attach a proof of identity, such as a copy of an ID card/passport and Students ID that clearly indicates your birth date and status as a student.

Working language

The working language of the conference is English and abstracts must be submitted in English.

You will hear from the scientific committee of IACESS 2016 the decision about your abstract on the special period by email.

Submit Abstracts here:

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