Guide for Authors

Submission guidelines:

All abstracts should be written in English, have no more than 2,000 words in length, and include: title; author(s); affiliations; a summary of the research aims; approach and key arguments/findings. All submissions will be subject to a double-blind review and published in the refereed conference proceedings. Papers can be submitted for the following two categories:

a) Thesis / Dissertations (max. 2,000 words): Open only for graduate students (e.g. Masters, MBA, MPhil, PhD) to reflect the summary of their thesis or dissertations (both in progress and completed) in respect to the development of hypotheses and methodology and indicating the way how it may contribute to the literature.

b) Conceptual / Research papers (max. 2,000 words): Open both for graduates and faculty members who are encouraged to submit their regular conceptual or empirical papers. At least one author should be present at the conference to present the paper. The authors are free to investigate any subject field they have enough knowledge, experience or research interests.


Submission Deadline

Deadline for submission: 31 March 2017  (UPDATED)

Updated deadline for submission : 21 April 2017
Deadline for registration               : 10 May 2017
Conference program                    :   6 – 11 June 2017


Paper submission

Thesis / Dissertation abstracts:
Double check our template here before you start uploading your thesis/dissertation abstract.

Conceptual / Research paper abstracts:
Double check our template here before you start uploading your paper abstract.


The submission of papers for the 9th World Conference for Graduate Research in Tourism, Hospitality & Leisure, will be conducted through the online platform named "CMT3". Please click "Submit Your Paper" that will guide you to the related page.

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