It shall be deemed to apply with the full-text paper in the symposium. Full paper submission deadline is April 19, 2019 last (https://www.utudas.org. Paper submission system will be closed at the end of that day.
As it is announced in the Symposium Call, the medium of symposium will be in all Turkish dialects. Papers prepared in other languages other than Turkish dialects will not be considered.
Papers should be prepared in accordance with the Writing Guidelines. The ones which are not prepared in accordance with the writing rules will not be considered.
The same author’s name can appear in a maximum of two papers. If the same author’s name is shown on more than two articles, only the first two papers will be taken into the evaluation.
Symposium participants will cover their own travel and accommodation expenses.
Symposium Registration fee is $ 40 (forty US dollars) for each article. The registration fee payment for the participants from Kazakhstan will be made to Kazakh State Women Teacher Training University’s bank account, for the participants from Turkey will be made to Niğde Ömer Halisdemir University’s bank account, the fee payment for the participants from Azerbaijan and other countries will be made to Baku Eurasian University. The bank account numbers will be declared by the Symposium Organizing Committee soon on the web site of Symposium.
Writers who have not completed their
registration until the end of the registration date of May 10, 2019 will not be
included into the symposium program.
Writers who have not completed their registration until the end of the registration date of May 10, 2019 will not be included into the symposium program.
Participation Certificates will not be given to
the writers that do not participate to the symposium.
Participation Certificates will not be given to the writers that do not participate to the symposium.
NOTE TO THE CONTRIBUTORS:
Please be careful to make sure that the papers to be prepared are comparative and analytical studies towards the Turkic World countries and their communities.