Registration Fee

Registration fees include conference attendance fee, conference materials, lunch, morning and evening refreshments. Registration fees do not include travel, accommodation, or visa fees.

  • Early Bird  (payment before 28 February 2019 got 20% discount)
  • Regular
  • Indonesian Citizen
  • International Non-OECD
  • International OECD
  • International Student
  • Observer
  • Limited Partial Grants available for paper presenters
  • Bank Details:
    • IDR account:
      • Bank Name: Bank Mandiri
      • Account No. 070-00-0796794-1
      • Account Name: Nyimas Latifah Letty Aziz/Sri Yanuarti
      • Bank Address: Permata Balaraja Blok A1.3/12, Tangerang 15610
    • USD account:
      • Bank Name: Bank Mandiri
      • Account No.070-00-0793233-3
      • Account Name: Ganewati Wuryandari
      • Bank Address: Gedung Teklom Landmark Tower, Jl. Jenderal Gatot Subroto Kav.52, DKI Jakarta 12710
    • PayPal account: [email protected]
  • Extra Excursion Fee
    • On-site payments (please refer to the website)

Accommodation: Accommodation information will be available in the website soon.

Travel: The weather will be mild with average temperature of 26°C or 79°F. Since March is during changing season period, it might be a little bit rainy. We suggest you to pack light comfortable clothes, waterproof phone case, and personal medicines. For electricity, Bali uses 230v/50 hz plugs with round pins.

Visa: We urge the final selected presenters and the rest of participants to proceed with arrangement of their travel and visa requirement. You should apply for a visa in person at your nearest Indonesian Embassy or Consulate in your country, although it’s possible to obtain Indonesian visas in other countries while you’re on extended trip. To apply for a visa, you must complete the application form, which can be downloaded from many consular websites. Before you plan your visit, you should find out if you need a visa to enter Indonesia. Please visit at the website of Ministry of Foreign Affair of Indonesia to find out if you need to apply for a visa and for further information. Regulations vary from country to country, and often times, from year to year.

Indonesia also have Visa on Arrival (VoA) to Indonesia. In accordance with the Regulation of Ministry of Law and Human Rights of the Republic of Indonesia No. M. HH-01.GR-01.06 year dated 12 January 2010 , citizens from 62 countries and 1 region are eligible for applying a VOA. This visa can be obtained directly when you arrive at certain airports and seaports in Indonesia, regardless of the purpose of your visit (Business, Tourist, Social-Cultural). Visa on Arrival is neither a work visa nor a visit visa. Therefore, it can not be extended or converted into another immigration permit. The maximum stay permitted is thirty (30) days and could be extended (one time) for a maximum thirty (30) days.

The general requirements for visa on arrival are:

Partial Grants: There are limited partial travel or accommodation grants for participants from the Global South depending on the available sponsorships. The registration form contains details of the procedure of participation detailing accommodation and travel grant.