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Multidisciplinary Conference International Journal of Arts & Sciences (IJAS)

November 6 - November 9

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Multidisciplinary Conference at the University of London

Once again our conference circuit includes a multidisciplinary conference in Europe’s largest city. And it’s not just a conference in London and its far-flung outskirts but in the very heart of London. The delegates will experience first-hand the City of London. They will also have the opportunity to visit the world-famous University of Oxford and University of Cambridge, free of charge. Our IJAS team will ensure that over the four days, the delegates will experience an unforgettable immersion in English academia’s highest echelons. With so much to offer, this conference will attract academics from all over the world.

Beyond the immediate conference premises, the range of free London attractions is beyond anything we have ever encountered for our IJAS conferences elsewhere. As someone pointed out, “Where else in the world can you see so much without spending a penny?” From London’s exquisite parks, to world-class museums, historic houses and stunning art galleries, click here for a multi-page list of free London attractions.

“When a man is tired of London,” wrote Samuel Johnson, “he is tired of life, for there is in London all that life can afford.” The great Ethiopian road running athlete, Haile Gebrselassie, expressed it more bluntly: “When we race in London, a world record will be the last thing on our minds.”

Given the excellent transport facilities which will allow our delegates to visit various places of interest within London with great ease and on their own, we will be conducting our culural and educational bus programs to places outside London.

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

Our editorial board invites abstracts, papers, and proposals in any of the following four tracks:
Social Sciences and Humanities,
Business and Economics,
Teaching and Education, and
Science and Technology.

The accepted submissions will be clustered around their common topics and areas of interest. As is typical of multidisciplinary conferences, the final program – released about three weeks before the conference – will mirror the research agendas of the delegates rather than a pre-conceived list of arbitrary topics.

It is up to each delegate how much to submit or publish. Some authors may publish only an abstract in the proceedings. Others may prefer to publish a full-length manuscript in the journal.

Delegates may also attend a conference without submitting or publishing any research.

Authors may deliver their work during the conference either as (i) a 15-minute oral presentation, (ii) a poster session, (iii) a panel, or (iv) a workshop.

THREE PRIMARY AIMS

Up until the War of the Roses there had been continual conflict in England.
The IJAS Conference Series takes place annually in several cities across Europe and North America. The series has three primary aims.

The first aim is to provide opportunities for academics from a range of disciplines and countries to share their research both through the conference podium and IJAS’ double-blind refereed publications. All IJAS conferences are inter- and multi-disciplinary.

The second aim of the Conference Series is to provide opportunities for academics to receive informal in-depth feedback through discussions, and to enable them to establish contact with professionals in other countries and institutions. The tours are the main way of “breaking the ice” away from the formalities of the conference hall, providing an informal setting for discussing different points of view. Even in an increasingly networked world of internet and satellite conferences, there is no substitute for personal interaction—what Edward R. Murrow calls “the last three feet of communication.” It is individuals, not data streams, who must ultimately build the connections that in turn create lasting international research partnerships.

The third aim of the Conference Series is to introduce academics to educational premises in locations that are suitable for study abroad programs and which may meet their students’ educational needs. IJAS draws its inspiration from the Fulbright Program, an integral part of the United States’ foreign educational relations, where face-to-face exchanges have proven to be the single most effective means of engaging international publics while broadening dialogue between academics and institutions.

 

To submit your abstract for presentation at this conference, click here.

The most important dates to remember are as follows:

To submit your abstract for presentation at this conference, click here.

The most important dates to remember are as follows:

Within a few days of receiving your online abstract submission, we will notify you of the reviewers’ acceptance or rejection, for the conference.

If we inform you that it is an acceptance and you would like to publish your research, follow the model format here and email us your formatted abstract or full manuscript in Microsoft Word. You may do so up to a few weeks after the conference.

Venue

University of London
Senate House
Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU United Kingdom
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Phone:
+44 (0)20 7862 8000
Website:
https://london.ac.uk/

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