Many thanks to everyone who attended and participated in the 37th Cambridge International Symposium on Economic Crime. We look forward to seeing you in 2020!
Join us for the entire week, or as many days as your schedule permits. A full week’s registration entitles to you attend as many sessions of the programme as you would like, together with lunch, cocktails, and dinner. Overnight accommodation is also available in Jesus College’s well-appointed rooms. Should your schedule not permit attendance for the entire week, day tickets–which include lunch and cocktails–are available, as are dinner tickets, which will afford you the excellent opportunity to network while enjoying the magnificent cuisine provided by the College.
All participants of the Cambridge International Symposium of Economic Crime are responsible for making their own travel arrangements, both international and domestic. Cambridge is well-served by both train and bus travel, with direct trains from London, Birmingham, Ipswich, and Norwich, and easy connections across the country, including Manchester and Edinburgh.
Participants arriving into London Stansted or London Gatwick enjoy a direct rail service from both airports. Travel from London Heathrow is via London King’s Cross. All three airports are served by coaches that arrive into Drummer Street bus station.
There is a taxi rank outside Cambridge Rail Station, with a taxi to Jesus College costing approximately £8. Alternatively, there are buses running every 10 minutes or so.
It is advised to consult with thetrainline.com to assess the most convenient and affordable domestic travel arrangements, whether by rail or coach.
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