Fees & Deadlines

Pre-registration is now closed: register on-site from 19 May! We look forward to meeting you in Athens!

CATEGORIES PRE-REGISTRATIONS ONSITE

EARLY RATE until 13/01/2016

LATE RATE until 16/03/2016

ON-SITE RATE until 09/05/2016

SYMPOSIUM
until 22/05/2016

Members

EUR 300

EUR 450

EUR 500

EUR 500

Junior Resident Members

EUR 80

EUR 80

EUR 80

EUR 80

Retired Members

EUR 110

EUR 160

EUR 200

EUR 200

Non-Members

EUR 660

EUR 780

EUR 850

EUR 850

Industry Participants

EUR 660

EUR 780

EUR 850

EUR 850

Residents/Students/ Nurses

EUR 110

EUR 160

EUR 200

EUR 200

1-Day ticket

EUR 250

EUR 250

EUR 250

EUR 250

* Online pre-registrations are possible until 09 May 2016 included; participants who wish to register after this date will have to proceed with the registration onsite.

Important: Children under the age of 18 are not authorized inside the Symposium venue.

Delegate Registration Fee includes:

  • Delegate badge
  • Admission to the EADV scientific sessions
  • Admission to the Exhibition area, Satellite Symposia and Meet-the-Expert Sessions to Healthcare Professionals (HCPs) only.
  • Possibility to collect ECMEC Credits on participation in EADV scientific sessions
  • Symposium material and Certificate of Attendance
  • Admission to the Networking Symposium (19 May, 2016)
  • Admission to the Concluding Session (21 May, 2016)

Please note the following:

a) 1-day ticket: the daily rate cannot be requested more than one time.

b) Industry Participants: This registration category has been created to enable employees from the industry to have full access to events (scientific sessions, industry sessions, exhibition).

c) Residents, Students and Nurses:

Resident: Person who is doing their internship or studies of his/her postgraduate medical training (up to specialisation in dermato-venereology).

Student: Person who is following courses at the university in order to get a degree in Medicine AND PhD students in a medical field.

Nurse: Person employed in a hospital or clinic as a Nurse.

The online registration application must be accompanied by written proof of status (date no older than 6 months from registration date); otherwise low fees will not be validated.

A Proof of Status is an official letter written and signed (by hand/ no electronic signature) by the head of department – hospital or academic institution – which confirms the status of the applicant. The document must be issued in English on official hospital/university letterhead and must be submitted to the Registration Department before the relevant registration deadline. Once the online pre-registrations for the Symposium/Congress are closed, participants still wishing to register will need to bring their proof of status onsite, in order to benefit from the reduced fee.

N.B.: When letters, certifying status, are sent after the early/late registration deadline, the next registration fee will be applicable even when the registration is processed online and fully paid.

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