Structure and Benefits

Why Become an EAN Member

  • You'll become part of a worldwide community of people and organisations committed to working for access, equity, diversity and inclusion in higher and post- secondary education
  • You'll be contributing to international work to counter educational inequalities
  • You'll have opportunities to benefit both professionally and personally through learning from and sharing with other members
  • You'll have opportunities to participate in international events and to disseminate your own work
  • You'll have opportunities to take part in international projects
  • You'll become part of our GAPS initiative - Global Access to Post-secondary education

Member Benefits

• Discounted fees for conference, seminars, GAPS and other EAN events
• Access to EAN publications (free, or reduced cost)
• Monthly E-bulletin (e.g. useful links, conferences and calls, funding opportunities etc)
• Access to on-line journal ‘Widening Participation and Lifelong Learning’
• GAPS newsletter
• Dedicated members section of the website
• Discussion board
• Expert database
• Advice and referral through the secretariat
• Networking and partnership opportunities and assistance with networking and forming partnerships
• Nomination and voting rights (Executive committee and Annual General Meeting)
• Opportunities to participate in the work of the association
• Reciprocal benefits with other organisations (to be developed)

Membership Structure

Types of Membership

  1. Individual Members:  one person joining directly.
  2. Institutional and Organisational Members: universities, colleges, schools,  faculties, departments, research centres, associations, NGOs, community organisations, enterprises and other types of institutions and organisations or divisions within them.
  3. Student members: Postgraduate and undergraduate students enrolled full-time in a course of study within a school, college, university or other recognised education institution. Proof of student status must be provided. (Full-time means 75% or more of a full-time study load).

Membership fees from October 2014:

Membership Type

1 year

3 years

 

£

£

Individual

100

270

Concession*

70

189

Institutions and organisations

380

1026

Full-time enrolled  undergraduate and postgraduate students

Free

NA

*Senior (age 65 and over)

*Students enrolled part-time at undergraduate or postgraduate level (less than 75% of a full-time study load)

Hardship cases will be considered individually by arrangement with the secretariat.

 
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The EAN Secretariat, European Access Network
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