25 – 26 July 2019

ICISS 2019

International conference on Islamic Education Studies and Social Science

CALL FOR PAPER

Islamic law
Islamic studies
Religion
Islamic economics
islamic banking
Social Sciences
Political Science
Sociology
Economics

Psychology & Behavioural Sciences
Social Work
International Relations
Anthropology
Development Studies
home economics
humanities
Philosophy of social science
Area studies

GLOBAL FORUM & NETWORK

CONNECT and ENGAGE with >200.000 SCHOLARS in Asia and Australia and still growing UP.

PUBLICATION OPPORTUNITY

ALL PAPERS have PUBLICATION opportunity in VARIOUS INDEXED INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL: SCOPUS, ISI/THOMSON REUTERS, DOAJ, EBSCO, GOOGLE SCHOLAR, COPERNICUS, and many more.

COLLABORATION & PROJECT

Opportunity to DO RESEARCH COLLABORATION and INVOLVE in further SCIENTIFIC PROJECT.

INTEGRATED ONLINE SUBMISSION SYSTEM

All participants can EASILY register, access, and SEE submission PROGRESS in one screen. Built to ZERO MISTAKE of conference detail.

25 - 26 July 2019 Fukuracia Hotel Osaka, Japan

Important Dates

Early Bird Registration Deadline: 25 May 2019
Abstract Submission Deadline: 5 July 2019
Full Paper Submission Deadline: 10 July 2019
Registration Payment Deadline: 15 July 2019
Conference Date: 25 – 26 July 2019

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Conference Program*

Day 1 

  • 09:30 - Registration
  • 10:00 - Networking & Coffee Break
  • 10:15 - Morning Session
  • 12:15 - Lunch Break
  • 13:15 - Afternoon Session
  • 15:00 - Certificate Distribution

Day 2 

  • 09:30 - Registration
  • 10:00 - Networking & Coffee Break
  • 10:15 - Morning Session
  • 12:15 - Lunch Break
  • 13:15 - Afternoon Session
  • 15:00 - Certificate Distribution

*These programs are subject to change. Final conference program will be sent to all participants on July 16, 2018.

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