Individual membership benefits

 
  • Substantial discounts on rates for SRHE Annual Conference
  • Free attendance at any SRHE Seminars and SRHE supported events
  • Free subscription to Research into Higher Education Abstracts, including on-line access to the current issue and the full on-line archive of Abstracts
  • On-line access to Higher Education (HE) journals such as Teaching in HE, Assessment & Evaluation in HE, European Journal of HE, Innovations in Education and Teaching International, Journal of Marketing for HE, Perspectives: Policy and Practice in HE, and Quality in HE
  • Reduced rates for Studies in Higher Education (over 50% reduction on subscription rates) and free on-line access to the journal archive
  • Reduced rates for Higher Education Quarterly
 
  • Free copies of SRHE News, providing an international review of all that is current in research into HE
  • 30% discount on all books published by Routledge/Taylor and Francis
  • 20% discount on all books and journals published by Wiley Publishing
  • The opportunity to apply for the annual research grants
  • The opportunity to participate in the Society's Networks
  • A reduced Article Processing Charge (APC) for Gold Open Access publication in the Studies in Higher Education journal

 

Membership rates
2019/20
Standard Membership
Retired (annual subscription)
Retired (lifetime membership)
Student*
Studies&Policy Reviews in HE
Higher Education Quarterly
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£110.00
£70.00
£300.00
£50.00
£80.00
£35.00
 

*Student membership is available to full-time students. An institutional e-mail address must be provided by all students upon registration for verification purposes. Part-time students on very low incomes may also be eligible for Student membership. For further guidance, e-mail srhe@srhe.ac.uk detailing your circumstances and income to check your eligibility.

Tax relief on professional memberships (in the UK)
The SRHE is an approved professional body as listed under https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/professional-bodies-approved-for-tax-relief-list-3 (note the listing is under ‘R’ as Research into Higher Education, Society of)

So it is quite easy to claim tax relief at your prevailing rate of tax (depending on salary, usually 20% or 40%). This can be done via an online account with HMRC, which takes a few mins to set up, and this applies not just to people on self-assessment. The details are here: https://www.gov.uk/tax-relief-for-employees. In addition, you can now claim the relief retrospectively for four previous tax years. You may also need to obtain your university or employer PAYE reference to do this.

Membership Terms and Conditions
By registering your details here you are agreeing to be contacted with information relating to your membership or your delegate place at future SRHE events. Any third parties we use (e.g. for journal distribution, mailings, elections, conferences, IT/web issues) are solely for business directly related to SRHE. We will not sell your data, and will keep your data safe and secure. Once you have paid for your membership, we offer no refunds. Any cancellations for membership will be effective from the date of expiry. Once your membership has expired, you will continue to receive details of forthcoming SRHE events and activities, but you may opt of receiving these at any stage.

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13-14 Nov 2020
Theory and Method in Higher Education Research
Deadline 01.12.20
Networked Learning Conference
10/11 June
Call for papers: China and Higher Education Conference 2020:
7-11 Dec 2020
Covid-19 & SRHE events/activities
Update (June 2nd)
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