We welcome you to register for the Salzburg 2022 conference.
In order to register, please follow these steps
1) Fill out the registration form below
2) The registration fees are
Ordinary: 210,00 €
Students: 90,00 €
Rates include conference fees, meals (except breakfast) and the cultural tour on Saturday.
Day visitors: 50,00 € per day (meals and tour not included)
Transfer the registration fee to the following bank account:
IBAN account number: DE09 72020070 0016630314
BIC / SWIFT: HYVEDEMM408
Bank Name: UniCredit Bank AG
Account Holder: Erzabtei St. Ottilien
Account Information: Network for Buddhist Christian Studies
!!! Be sure to add your full name in the reference, such that we can identify your payment. Please note, that registration fees cannot be refunded. !!!
3) Once we have received your payment, we will send you a confirmation of your registration. Please note that your registration is only valid after payment has been received - if no payment has been made four weeks after online registration, this registration will be removed from our data base.
4) You need to book your accommodation on your own. You can either book a room at the conference vernue, St. Virgil, or at one of the many hotels in Salzburg. If you wish to book a room in St. Virgil you have to do this before 1st April 2022. In order to get the special rates you need to quote "ENBCS Conference 2022". The rates are:
Single (incl. breakfat): 79,00 € per person/night.
Double (incl. breakfast): 64,50 € per person/night.
Please book St. Virgil at this page Alternatively you can inquire for a booking at one of the many hotels and pensions in Salzburg at this site
For information on travel or VISA requirements to Austria, you will find information at this page
Please note that the Network for Buddhist-Christian Studies will NOT send invitation letters for Visa applications and will not answer such requests!
Information on how to reach the St Virgil conferennce center can be found on this page.
If you intend to present a paper in the Open Presentations sessions please submit a brief proposal (1/2 to 2/3 page) to Professor Perry Schmidt-Leukel (firstname.lastname@example.org) before March 31st, 2022. All papers presenting new research in any field of Buddhist-Christian studies are welcome.