Students are eligible to register at the Student discount registration rate provided they meet the following criteria:
Students are those who are under the age of 35 years and studying full-time for a degree, have no other means of income and are not being paid for clinical or research work.
Students are required to provide a copy of their student card, or an official letter from their head of department, university or institution.
The Student discounted registration rate is only available to Students who are paying for their own registration. If registration fees are being supported in any way, for example, by a healthcare system, institute, university, government, company, etc, the Standard rate applies.
Only one discounted rate applies. Associated Society discounts are only available with the Standard rate.
Discounts are for those who have financial difficulties and do not have the ability to pay. All discounts are given at the discretion of the IFPB Secretariat.
Please contact us with the following to apply for a Student Discount Code:
Your name and email address
Scan of your Student Card or a letter from your Head of Department/University/Institution
If you require additional funding to attend the conference, we suggest applying to a pharmaceutical company or applying for a Bursary.
Bursaries are available for discounted conference registration rates. Bursaries are for 25%, 50% or 100% of the Standard registration rate. Anyone can apply for a Bursary irrespective of position or location. Bursaries do not include funding for travel expenses or accommodation.
Click here to apply for a Bursary
Page Last Updated : 14-04-2015
IRPB 2016 ATTENDANCE CERTIFICATE
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CME ACCREDITATION SERVICES
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IRPB 2016 has been awarded 26 CME accreditation points by the International Forum of Psychosis & Bipolarity.
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