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Registration is Now Open!

The registration fees for the 2019 iHEA congress have been kept at the same level as for the 2017 congress and are considerably lower than previous iHEA congresses.

 

It is highly recommended to sign up for iHEA membership prior to registering for the 2019 World Congress. 

 

 Early Bird Rates

(February 28th - April 1st)

Regular Rates

(April 2nd  - July 1st)

Members  
  High-Income Country Delegates
USD $550 USD $700
  Low- and Middle-Income Country Delegates* USD $350 USD $450
  Students and Early Career Researchers** USD $350 USD $450
 
Non Members
  High-Income Country Delegates
USD $800 USD $950
  Low- and Middle-Income Country Delegates* USD $520 USD $620
  Students and Early Career Researchers** USD $520 USD $620


* A person who is a citizen of and residing in a country on the World Bank’s list of low- and middle-income countries

**Defined as a full-time student at a tertiary education institution or a person who has graduated within the past four year.

 

Please note if you signed up for a "Non Member" membership for the purposes of submitting an abstract, this does not allow you to receive discounted member fees when registering for the 2019 iHEA World Congress. To upgrade your membership and enjoy full member benefits, please join us here prior to registering for the Congress. 

 

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