Regular Student
Fees TWD 12,600
(USD 450)
TWD 4,200
(USD 150)

    • All fees are charged on a TWD basis.
    • USD is approximately 28 TWD.
    • The registration fee includes:
      1. Access to all sessions of the 8ACEE conference
      2. Access the conference proceedings available on the website
      3. Coffee breaks, and lunches during the conference*
      4. All social network events: welcome reception and conference banquet*

      *only for the attendees of on-site conference, and available depending on the situation of the COVID-19 pandemic.

    • 8ACEE will be a hybrid conference allowing registrants the choice to attend the event online or on-site. However, the holding method may be changed to the “online only” according to situation of the COVID-19 pandemic.
    • The 8ACEE host will bring the contents to online participants via broadcasting and streaming services. The necessary costs associated with online events must be counted. As a result, fees will be set equally regardless of attendance type (on-site or online).
    • The final paper submission of an accepted paper requires payment of the registration fee of at least one author.
    • A registered participant may be a co-author in several papers, but each participant may present up to two papers at the conference.
    • If you register as a student who is enrolled full-time in a degree-seeking program, please submit a proof (e.g., a student card including the academic year or a registration certificate) of your student status via the 8ACEE website.
    • Cancellations:
      1. If received in writing on or before September 15, 2022 (Taiwan Time, UTC+08:00), a refund will be provided. The refund is the payment with a deduction of TWD 1,500. No refunds will be provided after September 16, 2022.
      2. If the refund is processed through bank transfer, a possible surcharge, such as the remittance fee and the bank handling fee, would be paid by the registrant.
    • Information about the entry to Taiwan and disease control about COVID-19:
      1. Bureau of Consular Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of China (TAIWAN)
      2. Taiwan Centers for Disease Control