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
  • Access to - and inclusion in- the Register of Members' Research Interests - to help facilitate networking between the Society's members
  • A reduced Article Processing Charge (APC) for Gold Open Access publication in the Studies in Higher Education journal

 

Membership rates
2015/16
Standard Membership
Retired (annual subscription)
Retired (lifetime membership)
Student*
Studies in Higher Education
Higher Education Quarterly
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£100.00
£45.00
£300.00
£35.00
£60.00
£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.

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