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Migration: Criminological Implications
(Please fill in all the items)

Registrations  together with payments  are to be received by not later than Monday 5th October 2009.  

Payment options are being listed below: 
a. By local cheque payable to University of Malta sent with the registration form sent to the Institute of Criminology, New Humanities Buidling, Block A, University of Malta.  
b. At the University of Malta – Cash Office in which case a copy of the receipt is to be sent with the registration form 
c. Bank transfer   

*MALTESE STUDENTS PLEASE NOTE: Since at the moment smart card refunds are not possible, students can pay in cash.  Upon presentation of their stamped receipt, students will be able to claim their refund in November, once the smart card re-opens. Refunds can be claimed on Tuesdays between 9am and 11am.*

Please complete the details below:

First Name
Last Name
House No / Name
Street Name
Postal Code
Town / City
Phone Number
Fax Number




1. Registration Type - Please Choose One


2. I would like you to book me (please specify type of room/s) at the Le Meridiena Hotel and Spa - Prices per room per night


3. Kindly fill in number of days


4. Total to Pay - €

5. Cheque No/Receipt No

6. I would like to pay by Swift bank transfer to either:      

Bank Details - Please Choose One

HSBC Malta PLC.  Address: 52, Msida Seafront, Msida, Malta. Account number: 085031458002  IBAN account number: MT84MMEB44853000000085031458002. Sort code: 44853.  Swift code: MMEBMTMT.  VAT number: MT 1289 – 4031

Bank of Valletta Malta PLC.  Address: University Branch, Msida, Malta. Account number: 16800269019  IBAN account number: MT24VALL22013000000016800269019. Sort code: 22688.  Swift code: VALLMTMT.  VAT number: MT 1289 – 4031             


7. Details Option

8. Special dietary requirements


9. Date:





          A letter confirming your registration will be sent upon receipt of this form and payment of the conference fee.




Last Updated: 11 September 2009

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