UNESCO Tech Conference 2017 Conferences Deadline Approaching International 
Status: CLOSED

UNESCO Tech Conference 2017

IYC in partnership with UNESCO MGIEP calls for applications to attend the UNESCO TECH CONFERENCE 2017. Only highly qualified individuals will be selected for this event. This is a special opportunity given by UNESCO MGIEP to IYC to achieve its vision and mission.




a) No registration fees for students (both Indian and Foreign);
b) Registration Fees for professional people (Indian – 6,500₹ & Foreign – 160$)

What registration fees cover: Only attendance to the Conference with 4 meals and conference materials. Travel, Visa and other local expenses to bear by self.

As per understanding between IYC & UNESCO MGIEP, the following are the advantages of registering through IYC:
1) Discount in registration fee;
2) Preferences to Youth in Selection processes;
3) High Chances of “Post Facto Travel Scholarship” for deserved participants if selected by IYC;
4) Registration Fees payment on the spot.


1. 5 “extremely” strong proposals for regular sessions from which will be picked possibly 1 or 2. This 1 or 2 will provide a chance to sit on the panel with 3 great personalities of the World.
2. 50 ultra-qualified students as regular delegates (could be senior high school student, Bachelors but preferably Masters, PhD or post-doctoral in Education/pedagogies, policy);
3. 20 professionals – 15 from India and 5 International as regular delegates
4. 2 Indian start-ups in EdTech


How to register: Interested individuals or organisations or institutions must write an application with the following contents:
a) Why do you want to attend this Conference (100-300 words)?
b) How can you contribute to TECH 2017?
c) your CV, photograph and brief profile (short biography in 1-3 pages)
Where to apply:
d) All application must send through [email protected]
e) Last date to apply: 28th October 2017 (12 pm IST)
f) Date of Notification of Selection: 30th October 2017

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