Things You Need to Know...

Conference Venue:

The PhUSE 2017 Annual Conference will take place at the Edinburgh International Convention Centre.
The Exchange Edinburgh
150 Morisson Street

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Castle Terrace and the EICC have an agreement, so PhUSE attendees can park here for £8.00 a day. For this, get a car park ticket from the machine as usual. When you depart the EICC, show them the parking ticket and you will be given one of their validated tickets. Keep both tickets. At the Car Park Pay Station put the original card into the machine, it will show price and payment type, then put in the validated ticket into the machine. When the ticket comes out of the machine, you can pay by card or cash, which then goes into the machine at the barrier allowing you to exit.



If you require a visa to travel to Edinburgh, UK please ensure you allow plenty of time to obtain it from the Embassy. 

PhUSE can issue you with a visa letter to submit with your application, detailing the reason for your trip. If you require a letter please contact the PhUSE Office and provide the following details:

  • Full Name
  • Date of Birth
  • Nationality
  • Passport Number
  • Place of Issue
  • Date of Issue
  • Date of Expiry
  • Company
  • Dates of Travel
  • Full Name and Address of Embassy

An example of a visa letter can be downloaded here. Please note that some Embassies require an original copy of the letter, you will therefore need to factor in time for PhUSE to produce and post the letter to you.

For full guidelines on traveling to Edinburgh and the required documentation please visit the GOV.UK website.


  • Visa applications can take up to six weeks to process
  • The PhUSE Office require five working days to process a visa letter.

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