Registration

Conference Registration

REGISTRATION OPENING SOON

 

Early Birds Conference registration fee (until 4th July 2020): 370 NZ$ (GST incl.).
Standard Conference registration fee (from 5th July 2020 to 23rd August 2020): 440 NZ$ (GST incl.).
Late Conference registration fee (after 24th August): 500 NZ$ (GST incl.)

Registration fees includes:

  • attendance to the whole APRU SCL 2020 conference;
  • participation in a Conference Working Group aligned with your research interests;
  • access all coffee breaks and lunches;
  • participation in one of the short tours of your choice (upon registration to the tour; please note that some tours have limited availability);
  • a 10 NZ$ donation to Ekos to contribute to a carbon-offset project in the Pacific.

 

 

PhD Symposium Registration

REGISTRATION OPENING SOON

 

Early Birds PhD Student registration fee (until 4th July 2020): 200 NZ$ (GST incl.).
Standard PhD Student registration fee (from 5th July 2020 to 23rd August 2020): 250 NZ$ (GST incl.).
Late PhD Student registration fee (after 24th August): 300 NZ$ (GST incl.)

Registration fees includes:

  • attendance and presentation at the PhD symposium;
  • attendance to the whole APRU SCL 2020 conference;
  • participation in a Conference Working Group aligned with your research interests;
  • access all coffee breaks and lunches;
  • participation in one of the short tours of your choice (upon registration to the tour; please note that some tours have limited availability);
  • publication of your paper in the refereed digital conference proceedings (subject to successful completion of the review process);
  • certificate of attendance (upon request);
  • a 10 NZ$ donation to Ekos to contribute to a carbon-offset project in the Pacific.

Registration is mandatory for all those wishing to participate in the PhD Symposium and the APRU 2020 Conference.
Evidence of enrolment in a PhD programme must be provided in the time of the registration.
If you require a letter of invitation for visa purposes, please contact symposium.apru2020@auckland.ac.nz.

 

Conference Dinner

REGISTRATION OPENING SOON

Standard Conference Dinner fee (delegate or guest): 105 NZ$ (GST incl.).

 

Tours

REGISTRATION OPENING SOON – ALL TOUR PRICES WILL BE AVAILABLE SHORTLY

Guided Tours

  • Short Tour 1 – Wynyard Quarter | Price: free
  • Short Tour 2 – Te Onekiritea / Hobsonville Point | Price: to be advised
  • Short Tour 3 – Ōtuataua Stonefields and Watercare Coastal Walkway – Mangere | Price: to be advised
  • Short Tour 4 – The University of Auckland heritage and modern architecture | Price: free

Recommended Tours

  • Recommended Tour 1 – Gibbs Farm Sculpture Park | Price: to be advised
  • Recommended Tour 2 – Rangitoto Island | Price: to be advised
  • Recommended Tour 3 – Rotorua | Price: to be advised
  • Recommended Tour 4 – Te Wao Nui a Tiriwa – The Great Forest of Tiriwa and the Waitakere Ranges | Price: to be advised
  • Recommended Tour 5 – Wynyard Quarter | Price: free
  • Recommended Tour 6 – Te Onekiritea / Hobsonville Point | Price: to be advised
  • Recommended Tour 7 – Ōtuataua Stonefields and Watercare Coastal Walkway – Mangere | Price: to be advised

Expression of Interest to Join a Working Group

Registration

Programme

Key Dates


• PhD papers submission due on 30th April 2020

• Early birds registrations close on 4th July 2020

• Expressions of interest for Working Groups to be submitted by 4th July 2020

• Standard registrations close on 23rd August 2020

About APRU


As a network of leading universities linking the Americas, Asia and Australasia, the Association of Pacific Rim Universities (APRU) is the Voice of Knowledge and Innovation for the Asia-Pacific region. We bring together thought leaders, researchers, and policy-makers to exchange ideas and collaborate on effective solutions to the challenges of the 21st century.

We leverage collective education and research capabilities of our members into the international public policy process. Our primary research areas include natural hazards & disaster risk reduction, women in leadership, population aging, global health, sustainable cities, artificial intelligence & the future of work, the Pacific Ocean, and labor mobility.