Registration: on-site registration is available Twitter: #icmr2014

Travel

Glasgow is easy to commute to. There are a number of airports to fly to:

  • Glasgow International Airport (9 miles/15 minutes) – Shuttle buses available to the city centre.
  • Glasgow Prestwick (33 miles/40 minutes) – Trains available every 30 minutes to the city centre.
  • Edinburgh Airport (40 miles/1 hour) – Frequent trains and buses available every 15 minutes to the city centre.

With most European destinations within 2hours of Glasgow, this offers a short journey time and low cost travel. Delegates from North America can fly direct to Glasgow from a number of destinations including New York, Philadelphia, Halifax, Toronto, Calgary, Vancouver and Orlando. Delegates from the far east can fly direct from Dubai, twice per day.

  • Glasgow – London 1hr
  • Glasgow – Paris 1hr 30mins
  • Glasgow – Amsterdam 1hr 15mins
  • Glasgow – Frankfurt 1hr 50mins
  • Glasgow – Dubai 7hrs
  • Glasgow – New York 6hrs

Visa

If you require an invitation letter, please send an email to p.mcparlane.1@research.gla.ac.uk with the following information:

Full name:
Affiliation: 
Role:
Programme of study:
Passport number:
Passport issuing country:
Mailing Address:
Title of my paper is : 

Accommodation

With over 17,000 rooms, there is a wide choice of luxury and budget accommodation options in Greater Glasgow. Further, with the underground subway (single journey = £1.40) covering most of the city, any hotel within the city centre or west end will be less than 15 minutes travel.

For ICMR 2014, we have reserved a number of rooms in a number of location hotels. You can book these rooms through the registration page and are available at a reduced rate.

These rooms are available first come first serve policy.