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  • The abstract should be typewritten for A4 format paper, maximum one page for all contributions.
  • Margins: Top and Bottom: 2 cm; Left and Right: 1.5 cm. Gutter: 1 cm. Please respect the margins!
  • Paragraphs: Single line spacing. A single left empty between two consecutive paragraphs.
  • Font: Times New Roman. Title: 16 pt, Bold, centered. Authors names: 12 pt, Normal, centered. Affiliations: 11pt, centered. E-mail: 11 pt, Normal, centered. Main text: 12 pt, justified left and right.


  • The presenting author does not have to be the first author (if not the first author please indicate who is presenting the paper).
  • The presenting author must register as an active participant at the conference.
  • If your abstract is accepted by the committee you must register for conference within 30 days of notification of acceptance.
  • Abstracts will be published in the official conference programme book, which will be available on the website and can be downloaded. By submitting an abstract you consent to giving the 5th AASIC Committee permission to publish your abstract.
  • If you wish to withdraw an abstract, please contact Chairman of the the 5th AASIC Committee Abstract committee in writing, and await confirmation of your withdrawal. It is only possible to withdraw an abstract up to six weeks after notification of acceptance.
  • Abstracts published elsewhere at international conferences will not be accepted.
  • We advise you to be supervised for the content and structure of the abstract prior to submission.
  • Abstract must be consist of Background, Methods, Results, Discussion and Conclusion
  • Once your abstract has been accepted, you are requested to submit your full paper if you are planning to include your paper in conference proceeding. However, if you plan not to submit your full paper, your abstract will be published in book of abstract only

    Click here to submit your abtract online


    Prospective authors are invited to submit original papers (not being considered for publication elsewhere) in standard format (double column, single-spaced, 10-pt font) describing new theoretical and/or experimental research. Submissions are recommended to have no more than 10 pages (extra pages are subject to surcharge), including figures, tables, and references. Submissions will be judged on originality, significance, interest, clarity, relevance, correctness, and presentation.

    Click here to submit your papers online

Submission Guidelines:

  • The total number of pages should not be more than 10 pages including references.
  • The title must be typed in Title Case with a bold type 24-point Times New Roman Font and centered
  • Author's name must be typed with a bold type 11-point Times New Roman and aligned left. If there are two or more authors, give full names of all authors and underline presenting author. Postal address must be typed with an italic type 10-point Times New Roman and aligned lift. Give full address of all authors.
  • Text (Introduction, literature review, methodology, discussion, conclusion, and references) must be typed with a regular type12-point Times New Roman, single spacing. Alignment must be formatted to full justification. The A4 paper size (21 cm × 29.7 cm or 8.27" × 11.69") must be used. The margin settings are as follows: Top—1.9 & Bottom—4.29 & Left—1.3 & Right—1.3”. Abstract information must not appear outside the margins.
  • An acknowledgement of abstracts and papers will be issued within 10 days after submission online, or 10 days after arrival by post.
  • Please see Full paper template for more detail

Full papers should include:

  1. The research questions or hypotheses
  2. The importance of the research to the practice of comparative education from different perspectives as well as all other related areas
  3. The methodology
  4. A summary of the findings/conclusions
  5. Implications of applications of the finding to practice or theory
  6. (If the results/findings are not completed yet, please confirm the completion date)

Criteria for Selection:

  1. The linkage of research to practice is addressed.
  2. The research question has defined a specific area of inquiry.
  3. The conduct of the inquiry exhibits rigorous standards suitable to the study.
  4. Contributions to knowledge and practice are evident.
  5. Researcher’s methods and insights demonstrate creativity.

Full papers must be received electronically on by May 31, 2017.
If your paper is accepted, please register promptly. Registration is expected for all authors participating in the conference. Papers without registration will not be placed on the conference program.


Once it has been notified of acceptance, be aware of the following details:

  • To be responsible for transporting completed poster to the conference venue.
  • It will be an advise of the exact location for display of posters in advance of the conference
  • It will have 10 minutes before presentation to set up the project
  • The size of posters should be in A0 paper size - in inches of A0 is 33.11 x 46.81, in centimeters of A0 is 84.1 x 118.9. Poster should be portrait (not landscape) layout
  • If there is special needs, such as electrical outlets, please request this through the committee as early as possible
  • Scissor, tape, thumb/pins, staplers, etc will be available on-site for you to mount the poster
  • No computers or extra aids may be used during a poster presentation
  • Keep the poster presentation to 10 minutes per visitor/judge

Poster should include:

  1. Head of poster
  2. Title, author’s names and institutions
  3. Introduction
  4. Objectives
  5. Research Design
  6. Results
  7. Conclusions

Criteria for selection:

  1. Organization; the poster should be structured to emphasize the important content
  2. Content; it must be Readable (from at least six feet away and the smallest type should be approximately 24pt with headings in 48 point or larger), Understandable: focusing on the “big picture” points and with a minimum of jargon Logically organized into sections with text and graphics that flow from one part to the next, and To the point: with elements that highlight the work, having a brief period of time to catch attendees' attention as they stroll past. It is better to emphasize the most important components of the work in a clear and visually appealing way than to make a cluttered presentation
  3. Good Design with well-chosen graphics and judicious use of color to emphasize key points. However, be careful about the use of colored text. Text can be very difficult to read unless printed with dark colored ink.


All oral presentations will be given 10 minutes for the presentation and 5 minutes for questions and answers (laser pointers will not be available)


This will depend on the kind of research project conducted. In general, the presentation should include enough information to help audience understand

  • Research question or problem
  • Why question or problem is important
  • Methods (how or the ways to answer the question, or examine or solve the problem)
  • Results of research

Criteria for selection:

  1. Content; Everything else is meant to work in the service of getting across the desired content, be sure that the content well in hand before beginning to put the presentation together and keep focusing on advancing the content. Be sure to explain unfamiliar concepts and to clearly present the premises and links in the arguments.
  2. Organization; presentation should be structured to emphasize the important content. If organized carefully, the audience should be able to step on board of thought at the beginning and keep track of the main points along the way until taking them to the desired destination.
  3. Public Speaking Skills; include: Eyes;engage audience with good eye contact. Make every person in the room feel like the most important member of the audience. Voice; should comfortably reach the person furthest. Try to project without shouting. Avoid a monotone. Expressive intonation will help hold the audience’s attention. Posture;remain comfortable and relaxed. Speak to audience, not to cue cards. Keep head up and eyes in contact with the listeners. You may occasionally glance at cue cards, but never read the material aloud to the class. Smile; a smile conveys confidence and helps relax yourself and audience. Before including comedy, however, try the material on an honest friend. If you are the only one to recognize the intended humor in the content, save it for yourself. Language; effective speakers avoid nervous expressions. Novice speakers fear silence and try to bridge their ideas with “connectors.” Purge the following expressions from your vocabulary: “you know?”, “um”, “uh”, “all right?”, “OK?”, “but...I...uh”. Time; too hurried a pace will not allow audience to digest the material. Too slow a pace will leave them bored. Most presentations have a fixed time limit so practice your talk to be sure to end within a minute of the set time. Audio/Visual; Any supplementary A/V aids should be as carefully prepared to complement, not replace of your talk. Make sure words on the screen are large enough to read. If you use PowerPoint, don’t drown the content of your talk with its A/V bells and whistles. Dress; makes a statement. A business suit is not necessary, but think of what statement wants to make. Consider the venue, the content of the presentation, and the impact of your attire will have on the audience.

Templates and submission form

Paper Template Poster Template
submission submission

PERMITHA reserves the right at its sole discretion to postpone or change the venue,date and/or time of the conference without prior notice before early bird registration deadline.
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