Join leading scientists attending this teaching conference 2021

Have you added the 4th International Conference on Advanced Research in Teaching and Education (ICATE) to your calendar? It will take place on the 06th -08th of August in the stunning capital city of Budapest, Hungary.

With 60+ countries present at the international conference on education, this is the perfect platform to exchange knowledge and address common challenges. teaching conference 2021 is where the future of teaching and education is shaped. It is where the leading academic minds challenge the status quo and identify practical solutions to the most pressing problems. It is where you can exponentially increase your network and learn about the latest industry trends. It is the place to be.

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Publication Opportunity

Options Available for Publication of Presented Work

All accepted and presented papers will be electronically published in the official Conference Proceedings with an ISBN Number. A Digital Object Identifier (DOI) from Cross Ref will be assigned for each paper.
We will provide you with the opportunity to publish your paper in various ISI, Scopus, and international indexed journals.

City Tour is free of charge - Discover Budapest Now!

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Budapest, city, capital of Hungary, and the seat of Pest megye (county). The city is the political, administrative, industrial, and commercial center of Hungary. The site has been continuously settled since prehistoric times and is now the home of about one-fifth of the country’s population.

Once called the “Queen of the Danube,” Budapest has long been the focal point of the nation and a lively cultural center. The city straddles the Danube (Hungarian: Duna) River in the magnificent natural setting where the hills of western Hungary meet the plains stretching to the east and south. It consists of two parts, Buda and Pest, which are situated on opposite sides of the river and connected by a series of bridges.

Budapest has architecturally noteworthy buildings in a wide range of styles and from distinct time periods, from the ancient times as Roman City of Aquincum in Óbuda (District III), which dates to around 89 AD, to the most modern Palace of Arts, the contemporary art museum and concert hall.