Registration Fees (excluding accommodation)

Standard registration fee (3 days)  £510.00**

Student/LIC*/LMIC* rate (3 days) 
Support of application for this rate is required – see below.

Single Day registration fee (12, 13 or 14 Sept)   £240.00**
Online only (limited access) £150.00

**  Registration fees include a 5% contribution to the conference bursary fund,  we hope that you will agree to make this contribution. If you choose to opt out a refund will be made once full payment is made.

*The definition for LMIC and LIC attendees will be as follows :

Academic, policymaker, civil servant or practitioner based in a university, school, government institute or national civil society organisation in an LMIC or LIC as defined by the World Bank . They will need to register using their institutional e-mail address and/or by providing proof of their employment if they are using a personal e-mail address.
Note: staff (international or national) working for an international development agency, multilateral or bilateral institution, international Contractor / NGO or in an Embassy in an LMIC or LIC will be expected to pay the standard rate.

A copy of applicant’s student card or evidence of student status must support application for student concession rate.

In person registration fees will include:

Access to Conference App and live access to online day 7 September

Conference pack

Lunch, mid morning and afternoon refreshments.

Drinks Reception and open evening events. (Please refer to website as programme is finalised).

Online only fee:

Attendance will be limited to 7 September, and limited hybrid sessions from Oxford, 12 – 14 September, including the plenary sessions.


Accommodation will be offered at New College, Oxford.  The rate will be £132 per person per night, including dinner and breakfast.  
This accommodation is not mandatory and conference attendees are free to arrange accommodation elsewhere.


We aim to make the Conference as accessible as possible to all, whether impairment is visible or not. Please ensure that you advise us of any requirements including hearing, visual, mobility or other so we can help you. The University of Oxford Examination Schools is the main conference venue.  The venue is on two main floors with some steps between.  Due to the age and architecture of the building there is only one lift.   New College, where we offer accommodation, is mainly made up of ancient buildings which do not have lifts. Accessible rooms are available on request.  The majority of rooms are accessed via staircases, please advise when booking if you require a room at ground or low level.


All prices quoted are in £STG and are not subject to VAT.

Registration fees  and accommodation charges (where applicable)  are payable in advance of the conference.

Registration and accommodation is not confirmed until payment is made. Due to demand for places, reservations will be cancelled if payment is not made by the due date of the invoice.

All major credit and debit cards are accepted If payment is made by international bank transfer a £STG10 surcharge will be made. Please contact Sarah Jeffery to request bank details and obtain a reference number.

Your registration will be acknowledged in writing.


Substitutions may be made at any time, but please advise change of name. In the event of cancellation, please contact Sarah Jeffery immediately by email and ensure that you have received a response

Provided written notice is received by 22 August 2023, a full refund will be given, less a 10% administration charge.  It is regretted that cancellations after this date are not refundable.
If cancellation is due to UK visa refusal,  we will refund conference fee if documents are provided to confirm this reason.  We may not be able to refund accommodation costs. 


It is strongly advised that delegates should arrange travel insurance to provide cover for any unforeseen events.

Travel Visas

It is the responsibility of each delegate to arrange their visa if necessary for entry to the United Kingdom.  The Committee strongly advise early application to the British Embassy or High Commission.  Advice from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO)  and the UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) indicates that payment for conference fees and accommodation if applicable should be made and receipted prior to visa application.


Details of programme are correct at time of going to print. UKFIET reserve the right to change any session in the final programme.