European Conference on Ethics and Integrity in Academia 2023

Date and time
Wednesday, 12 July 2023 -
Friday, 14 July 2023

Online and on-site at:
Kedleston Road
Derby Campus
DE22 1GB

The 9th European Conference on Ethics and Integrity in Academia (ECEIA), with the main theme of Enhancing ethical practice, professionalism and integrity for future development will be hosted by the University of Derby, UK from 12 - 14 July 2023.

The conference is jointly organized by the European Network for Academic Integrity (ENAI) and the School of Human Sciences of the University of Derby (UoD).

About the conference


Dr Shiva Sivasubramaniam, Head of Biomedical and Forensic Science, the University of Derby in collaboration with ENAI.


There will be keynote speeches from international scholars, presentations, short seminars, debates, workshops, posters, etc. There will be a variety of social events too. More information together with the conference programme will be available in the second call.

Call for papers

Abstracts are to be submitted in the delegates area on the ECEIA webpage.

Registration for the conference is now open, however, it is not a requirement that this is completed prior to submitting your abstract.

Conference topics

For further details on abstract submissions, please visit the ECEIA webpage for guidance. 

Important dates

Contact us

If you have any questions please contact us at conference@derby.ac.uk

Conference Information

Travelling to Derby

By Train 

Derby train station is located on the south side of the city. There are connecting bus services available as well as taxis available to accommodate you on further travel.

The University bus (U1) leaves from outside the main entrance of the train station and will take a stop outside Kedleston Road, Derby Campus. This bus leaves every hour and stops in the city centre on the way (easy connection to accommodation sites/additional travel links). Timetable for the U1 bus

Alternatively, by using the Cab&Go services, you can book a taxi to collect you from the station. The booking needs to be made 2 hours in advance. 

Contact details for local transport companies: 

By Bus 

Derby bus station is located in the heart of Derby, 35 minute walk away from the Kedleston Road Campus. The university bus (U1) coming from the train station, stops on the way to the Kedleston Road , Derby Campus at the Corporation Street stop by the bus station.

If you need assistance organising your bus travel, please contact the Traveline information service: 0871 200 22 33 between 7am-10pm daily. 

Airport Information 

East Midlands Airport 

By Air - the closest airport is East Midlands, located just 15 miles from the Enterprise Centre. This should take around 25 minutes by car. Alternatively, Derby Skylink operates a 24-hour bus service, picking up directly outside the terminal building and dropping off at Derby Bus Station. This service runs every 30 minutes during the day and hourly during the night, seven days a week and takes approximately 40 minutes.

There is no need to book in advance for this service as bus tickets can be purchased from the bus driver or from the airport information desk. Airport bus (Skylink) timetable

Birmingham Airport

Birmingham Airport is connected to Derby Train Station via Birmingham International Station and the free 'Air-Rail Link' system.  

The Air-Rail Link is free and operates between 05:00 and 02:00 daily, from within the airport terminal you would travel to Birmingham International Station where you would travel to Derby changing at Birmingham New Street. Trains depart regularly from Birmingham International Station to Derby, which takes approximately 1 hour. Trains from Birmingham can be booked via the Trainline website.

Manchester Airport

The fastest trains from Manchester Airport to Derby take around 1 hour and 52 minutes, covering a distance of around 74 kilometres. 
The journey between Manchester Airport and Derby usually involves one change of train.

On average, there are about 52 trains per day travelling between the two cities. They leave approximately every 9 minutes. Trains from Manchester Airport can be booked via the Trainline website.


We negotiated special conference deals with a range of local hotels in Derby, the full list can be found below:

The Leonardo Hotel (formerly Jury’s Inn)

Located on the north side of Derby’s city centre, The Leonardo Hotel is only 1.5 miles away from the Kedleston Road campus and 2.1 miles away from the train station.

How to book: Contact the hotel via their official website and enter the 'UoDEnterprise' in the promo code box.

lPease note, a university shuttle bus will operate between the Leonardo hotel and Kedleston Road campus during the conference.

Stuart Hotel   

Situated in the heart of Derby, The Stuart Hotel is only a 5 minute walk away from Derby bus station.
More information about The Stuart Hotel

Agreed rates for 11-14 July:

  • Double rooms for single occupancy - Bed and Breakfast per room per night - £70
  • Double/twin room with double occupancy - Bed and Breakfast per room per night - £80

How to book: email sales@thestuart.com with a reference ‘ENAI Conference’.

Travel Lodge - Derby Cricket Ground

Located near the Derbyshire County Cricket Club, the Travel Lodge is only 2 miles away from Derby’s city centre. More information about the Travel Lodge (Cricket Ground)

Rooms prices start at £34.99, the lowest in the local area.

University of Derby - Kedleston Road Campus

The Kedleston Road Campus is the largest University of Derby campus, located on the north side of Derby, 2.7 miles away from the train station and only 2 miles away from the bus station.

This campus is the conference's main location. How to find the Kedleston Road Campus

Silk Mill (Museum of Making)

We will be hosting the Gala Dinner at Derby's Museum of the Making, located right in the heart of Derby's City Centre, at what is widely regarded as the site of the world’s first modern factory at Derby Silk Mill, which is part of the Derwent Valley Mills UNESCO World Heritage site.

Teachers and careers advisors clapping and smiling in a University lecture theatre at the annual conference

Conference Agenda

Please note the conference agenda is subject to change, once we received the total number of accepted abstracts.

Day 1 - Wednesday 12th July 

Time Session
8am  Registration 
9am Grand Opening by Prof Kathryn Michell, Vice Chancellor, University of Derby 
9.35am ENAI: The Path to Integrity and Ethics
10am Refreshments
10:30am Keynote 1: Professor Serhiy Kvit - The President of the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy (Ukraine)
11.40am Parallel Sessions 1 
12.40pm Lunch and Poster Viewing
1.40pm Parallel Sessions 2
3.45pm ENAI's Annual General Meeting & Refreshments
5.50pm Sponsors Session: AI- A threat or an opportunity to Academic Integrity?
7pm Welcome Reception

Day 2 - Thursday 13th July

Time Session
8am  Registration 
8.30am Key Note 2: Dr Mary Davis- The academic integrity lead at Oxford Brookes University (UK) 
9.30am Parallel Sessions 3
10.30am - 2pm

Visit to Kedleston Hall 

2.05pm Journal Presentation 1 (IJEI)
3.40pm - 5.40pm Panel Discussion 1: UK experts 
5.40pm - 7pm Free time before the Gala Dinner
7pm Gala Dinner at the Museum of Making, Silk Mill, Derby.

Day 3 - Friday 14th July

Time Session
8am Registration 
8.30am Keynote 4: Prof Michael Draper - The Deputy Pro Vice-chancellor of Education at Swansea University (UK)
9.35am Journal Presentation (JAET)
10.05am Refreshments
10.30am Parallel Sessions 5 
12pm Lunch and Poster Viewing
1pm Panel Discussion 2: EU Experts 
2pm Parallel Sessions 6
3.45pm Closing ceremony 

Conference fees

Participation on-site

Standard rate

Registration will be closing on 20 June 2023.

  Standard ENAI member* Student
Cost £300 £270 £225

*Accommodation not included

Participation online

Standard rate

Registration will be closing on 20 June 2023.

  Standard ENAI member Student
Cost £80 £50 £50

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