FAQ's

How do I register to attend the conference?

Registration to attend a conference can be made either online through the conference website, or by downloading and sending the duly filled and completed registration form to submit@flelearning.co.uk by email and to 0044 131 608 0239 by fax. For further information about registration, please click here 

How can I pay my registration fee?

Delegates can select their preferred method of payment, either telegraphic transfer or payment by credit or debit card, in the registration form. Once the registration form is received, we will email you our bank details to transfer the registration fee, or email you our proforma e-invoice using PayPal to allow you to pay using a debit or credit card. PayPal invoice charges and transaction charges will be paid by the delegate. For further information, please click here

What is included in the registration fee?

Registration fee includes participation in the conference, publication of the contribution, conference attendance e-certificate, conference badge and other accessories, lunches and refreshment breaks. Social networking events are optional and interested delegates are required to pay for them separately.

However, if you are planning to attend the conference and all social networking events, you can register for the Complete Registration Pack, which includes participation in the conference, publication of the contribution, conference attendance e-certificate, lunch during conference, badge, conference bag and/or conference accessories, coffee breaks, welcome dinner (Day ONE), networking dinner (Day TWO) and social networking events (Day THREE). 

Does the registration fee include accommodation?

No, the registration does not include accommodation. It is the responsibility of the delegate to arrange his/her own accommodation. However, a list of suggested hotels will normally be made available on the conference website.

Whether the taxes are included in the registration fee?

All fees is inclusive of UK taxes (VAT at 20%), where it is applicable.

I am an international delegate, why do I need to pay VAT or UK taxes?

Conferences that take place in the UK are liable for UK VAT as they are classed under VAT legislation as 'services' and therefore VAT is chargeable at source.

Can I re-claim the VAT paid on my fee?

Overseas delegates must pay the VAT charged on their invoice initially but can re-claim it back from Her Majesty’s Customs and Revenue (HMRC) after the conference. Oversees participants may also be able to reclaim VAT refunds on hotels, food and drink. For further information on reclaiming VAT, please visit the following links:

Which modes of presentation are allowed in the conference? 

For your presentation, you can either use PowerPoint or Prezi, whichever is more convenient for you. We also encourage Poster Presentations in our conferences. For poster presentation, you can either bring your poster printed on the A1 size paper and display it in the conference or you can also use PowerPoint, whichever is more convenient to you.

In exceptional circumstances, however, we can also offer you an opportunity to present your paper using technological means such as Skype video conference, but this is subject to prior approval of the conference committee.

Does my co-author need to register for the conference separately?

If the co-author of your paper is also attending and/or presenting in the conference, he/she needs to register for the conference separately by filling in the separate registration form and paying the appropriate registration fee. 

Can you provide me with an invitation letter for visa purposes?

Yes. Once you have registered for the conference and paid the full registration fee, we will email you (on request) an invitation letter that you can use to apply for your UK visa. The letter will indicate that you are registered for the conference and include the name of the participant under whose name the conference booking is made. Please note that this must match the name on your passport. 

How to become a Keynote Speaker?

To be considered as a keynote speaker, you need to follow the below steps:

Step 1: You have to submit your short proposal/abstract between 300 to 500 words, clearly summarizing the research that you intend to present at the conference as a keynote speaker. Click here to Download ABSTRACT SUBMISSION FORM or complete it online http://www.flelearning.co.uk/online-abstract-submission

Step 2: The conference committee will consider the submitted abstract. The committee normally reaches its decision within two weeks after abstract submission and we will issue you abstract acceptance letter to apply for university grant or funding. 

Step 3: Please register for the conference and tick on the first page of the application form stating - 'consider me as a keynote speaker'. You should also submit your CV along with the application, if interested to be considered as a keynote speaker. 

Please note that Keynote Speaker is responsible to open and close the conference. Keynote Speaker will also host the welcome dinner, networking dinner and social networking events of the conference. Keynote speaker will be given complimentary tickets for all social networking events ONLY. Decision on the request to be a keynote speaker is at the complete discretion of the conference organising committee. Decision on the keynote speaker request will be confirmed 15 days before the conference.   

How to become a Committee/Editorial Board Member?

To join us as a committee/board member, kindly CLICK HERE to complete the ‘Get Involved Form’. After reviewing your submitted form, we will bring you on board as a committee member and/or editorial board member. Being a committee/board member, you may be asked to review up to three (3) abstracts during the abstract reviewing period and two (2) papers during the papers reviewing period in a year.

FLE Learning will award your contribution to the Conference by issuing a certificate and will attribute public acknowledgement by publishing your name in the List of Reviewers and Editorial Board Members at the website, the Conference Proceedings and e-journal.

Is FLE Learning affiliated to the universities and/or hotels in which the conferences/events are organised? 

Please note that FLE Learning is a trading name of FLE Learning Ltd, which is a registered company in the UK that contracts with universities and/or hotels for the use of their facilities, but which has no formal connection with any of these universities and/or hotels. FLE Learning is not a part of, or otherwise affiliated, to any university or hotel, nor our conferences/events are sponsored or organised by any university.