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International Social and Behavioural Science Conference 2015

Date: 20 Nov 2015 - 21 Nov 2015

Malaysia, Johor, Johor Bahru

International Social and Behavioural Science Conference 2015 (ISBSC 2015) is a conference for scholars and postgraduate students all around the world to present their academic papers on diverse social and behavioural science field. ISBSC 2015 prepares a platform for spirited scholars and practitioners in discussing on the current issues regarding social and behavioural science. The conference will be held in ´╗┐Johor, Malaysia on 20th-21st December 2015.´╗┐

Venue: Suria City Hotel, Johor Bahru

Website: Go to event website

Earlybird Registration (before 30 Sept 2015) - Local Presenters - RM 800.00
Earlybird Registration (before 30 Sept 2015) - International Presenters - USD 250.00
Normal Registration (from 1 Oct 2015) - Local Presenters - RM 1000.00
Normal Registration (from 1 Oct 2015) - International Presenters - USD 350.00
**Additional papers presented by the same presenter - RM 400.00 / USD 150

Non Presenters:
Normal Registration - Local Participants - RM 400.00
Normal Registration - International Participants - RM 150.00

Language: English

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