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Strategic Partnership Conference 2017

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The Rolls-Royce Strategic Partnership Conference 2017 will be held from 10 - 12 July 2017 at Cotswold Water Park Hotel, conveniently located just off the A419, just five miles from Cirencester— a contemporary luxury Cotswolds hotel set in a countryside environment of over 100 lakes, rivers, and acres of open countryside.

Surrounded by lakes and woodland, the Strategic Partnership Conference 2017 will be held in the Kingfisher Suite in the hotel, overlooking the lake. The Kingfisher Suite has a private entrance, where you will be met by both staff from the University of Cambridge and The Cotswold Water Park hotel. Your room will be pre-allocated - please do not book your own room with the hotel - and your luggage will be taken to your room whilst you enjoy an arrival lunch in the hotel restaurant. The Monday sessions commence at 2 p.m. and lunch will be available from 12.30 p.m.

Posters will be displayed throughout the conference in The Drake Suite, above The Kingfisher Suite. Poster boards will be provided, along with suitable fixings.

Directions to the Cotswold Park Hotel can be found here.

Further information will be updated in the coming weeks including an outline of Team Building activities for Monday 10th July.

To register for SPC 2017, please fill out the google form below.

The Agenda for this conference can be found here.

If you are a partnership student and not presenting, then you will required to produce a poster. Please submit an abstract (~200 words) if you are giving an oral presentation or poster.

Submit Abstract

For any questions regarding the conference please contact Alison Vann on 01223 334362 or via email.

From all of the SPC 2017 Organisation Committee and Cambridge Rolls Royce UTC, we look forward to welcoming you in July 2017!

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