35th International Conference on Business, Education, Social Science, and Management (BESM-35)

35th International Conference on Business, Education, Social Science, and Management (BESM-35) is a festival for scholars, researchers and practitioners to discuss interdisciplinary research and practices in the fields of social science, education, business and management and more under multiple sub-themes.

  • Date: 09/18/2019 09:00 AM
  • Location: Sydney 新南威爾斯州澳洲 (Map)
  • More Info: To be determined.



Respected authors are invited to submit  abstracts/full papers/posters which have not been submitted in other conferences. Multiculturalism and perspectives are respected and appreciated in our conferences (Jewish, Christian, and Muslim). We anticipate that these conferences will challenge how you look at your researches and find inspirations under a friendly and supportive environment.


All submissions (papers, abstracts and posters) accepted for presentation in this conference will be blind reviewed by science committee, and published in the conference proceeding with a unique digit International Standard Serial Number (ISSN) code. The digital proceeding will be available to view and download from AASE website after the conference.



Abstract Submission
Before 1-Sep.-2019
Notification of Review Result of Abstract
With in one week of submission time
Full Paper Submission (optional)
Before  1-Sep.-2019
Last date of RegistrationBefore  9-Sep.-2019
Early Bird Registration
Before  9-Jul.-2019
Conference Date

NOTE: Registration process shall be completed one week prior to the conference date.


Authors are invited to submit their original research works in the following areas including, but not limited to.


Business & Economics
Culture in organizations
Management Business
Economic Development
Finance & Investment
Aggregate Productivity
Tourism performance analysis
Market segmentation
Literature/Literary Studies
Education and Globalization
Attracting and retaining quality employees
Production/Operations Management
Labor Relations & Human Resource Management
Social and Environmental Impact of Business
Arts Policy, Management and Advocacy
Media, Film Studies, Theater Communication
Educational Trends and Best Practice Contributions
Learning and Teaching Methodologies
Communications Management
Business Information Systems
e-Learning Projects and Experiences
Entrepreneurship Curriculum
Prices, Business Fluctuations, and Cycles
Product Management


  • Oral Presentation: The paper shall be presented by an individual author. Each presentation will be allocated 15 minutes (including 5 minutes Q&A). Typically, several oral presentations, which belongs to the same strand, will be grouped in one session.
  • Poster Presentation: A single author or a group of co-authors may prepare a poster for an interactive session. Handouts may be prepared for dissemination to interested audience. Posters which belong to similar topics will be grouped and presented during the poster time slot


As we are receiving notable contributions from international academicians, researchers, professionals and practitioners, we would like to recognize the best contributions to the conference on each session with Best Paper, Excellent Paper and Student Award.

  1. Best Paper Award
  2. Excellent Paper Award
  3. Student Award


This conference program is intensive and will be updated on a regular basis.

*We provide Muslim-friendly food for our Muslim friends.


Centrally located, Mercure Sydney is the perfect place from which to explore major Sydney attractions, making it the ideal hotel for guests travelling for either business or leisure. All 517 modern contemporary rooms features modern splashes of colour toreflect the vibrant Sydney backdrop. Be tantalized by the modern Four Elements Restaurant & Bar, Eve's Place Bistro & Bar, or make use of the indoor swimming pool, gymnasium and sauna located on the rooftop. Located in the heart of Sydney's CBD, Mercure Sydney is within easy reach of many of the city's top attractions.



ONE Registration fee includes the following:

1- Free membership of AASE

2- Access to all sessions

3- Conference Bag

4- Printed Participation & presentation Certificate

5- Conference Program

6- Proceedings Soft copy

7- Coffee breaks on the presentation day

8- Lunch on the presentation day

9- International journal publication as free (online) after Conference.


  • You may pay the conference registration fee by credit card and bank transfer. If you have any questions regarding payment, please contact us at: Contact.us@aaseconference.org
  • Your personal information received will only be used to fill your order. We will not sell or redistribute your information to anyone.
  • The registration fee received to AASE is not refundable except for the conference cancelling.
  • If you have mistakenly pay more than required registration fee then we will refund within 30 days any extra amount you have paid.


Registration Fee

Normal participant
400 USD
300 USD
Early bird
300 USD
AASE member
350 USD
Additional paper
200 USD
Additional author
200 USD
150 USD
Extra proceeding
30 USD
Additional page
10 USD

- Australia VISA -

Please check the website of Bureau of Consular Affairs to make sure if your country is eligible for the visa exemption program or landing visas. It is important that you ensure that you have valid passports, visas and any information that meet the entry requirement. AASE is not responsible for visa application, please consult your travel agent for more details about Visa application.

- Australia Travel Guide -

Most Australians live along the coast, and most of these folks live in cities – 89% of Australians, in fact. It follows that cities here are a lot of fun. Sydney is the glamorous poster child with world-class beaches and an otherwise glorious setting. Melbourne is all arts, alleyways and a stellar food scene. Brisbane is a subtropical town on the way up, Adelaide has festive grace and pubby poise. Boomtown Perth breathes West Coast optimism and Canberra showcases so many cultural treasures, while the tropical northern frontier town of Darwin, and the chilly southern sandstone city of Hobart, couldn't be more different. The details please refer to the website of lonely planet.