The BAM Doctoral Symposium is BAM's flagship event for doctoral students and is one of the most established & high-profile events in the doctoral community.
The BAM2019 Doctoral Symposium will be held at the Aston University on Monday 2nd September.
The Symposium will comprise plenary sessions along with methodology clinics, as well as opportunities to receive impartial expert advice on your research through either Research Conversations or Student Paper Presentation sessions led by senior academics from within the community
- Registration Opening: Wednesday 6th March (12.00 GMT)
- Paper Submission Dates: Monday 29th April - Friday 7th June
- Poster Presentation Dates: May 7th - June 28th
Who Should Attend?
We welcome all business and management students from all sub-disciplines to join us in Bristol to attend workshops, plenaries, 1-on-1 Research Conversations and Student Paper Presentations.
Why To Submit? Discuss Your Research in a Supportive Setting
The BAM Doctoral Symposium is intended to be interactive and to provide opportunities to engage with experienced researchers. One of the best ways to do this is to present some of your work and gain constructive feedback.
Benefits of Attendance
- High quality development workshops
- Impartial expert tailored advice on your research
- Network with peers and senior academics
- Fee to attend Doctoral Symposium only - £100
- Fee to attend BOTH Doctoral Symposium and Conference - £200
IMPORTANT: Take advantage of a reduced Conference fee by making a combined payment of £200 via the Doctoral Symposium webpage. Conference fee is discounted by £145 if you are a student who also attend the Doctoral Symposium.
How to Register
If you are not a current member of BAM you will need to join before being able to register for the Symposium.
Please note: All students are required to send a letter from their institution to confirm their stude nt status for the upcoming academic year. This applies to both new and renewing members. Please do this well in advance of the 9th March (but after you have paid for your membership) to avoid any problems. Scanned copies of student IDs will not be accepted.
Should you wish to cancel your place, you will receive a full refund if your cancellation is made at least 4 weeks prior to the event date. Four weeks prior to the event date, full payment will be required. BAM reserves the right to cancel any of the events if there are not enough people to justify running the workshops.
University of Warwick