What is eucen? / Become a eucen Member
If your institution wants to join eucen
, please, download this form
, fill it in, ask your Rector/President to sign it and post it to the eucen
Secretariat in Barcelona, for the attention of eucen
's Executive Secretary:
08008 Barcelona (Spain)
T. 34 935 421 825 | F. 34 935 422 975
The Steering Committee of eucen
allocates the membership category to each applying institution
according to current eucen Statutes and Internal Regulations
. Details of the categories are described below for information. The General Assembly of eucen
accepts new applications and confirms the membership categories recommended by the Steering Committee of eucen
Full Membership gives the right to vote in eucen
General Assemblies and to nominate a member of the institution's own staff as candidate for the elections to the Steering Committee group of the Association.
The membership fee approved by the General Assembly in Genoa (November 2011) for the year 2014 and following (until further notice) is 600€ (i.e. membership is institutional and annual). The annual fee for Experts under the Associate membership category is 700€ in 2014 and following (until further notice).
The current membership categories, approved by the General Assembly in Genoa are:
1. Higher education institutions with legal status, located in geographical Europe (as described by the Council of Europe), pursuing activities under the objectives of the Association, which offer the highest level degree or diploma in their own country.
2. National, European or international networks of institutions referred in Art. 7, point (1) of eucen's current Statutes, located in geographical Europe (as described by the Council of Europe), pursuing activities under the objectives of the Association.
1. Higher education institutions with legal status, in geographical Europe, pursuing activities under the objectives of the Association, but which do not offer the highest degree or diploma in their own countries.
2. Higher education institutions with legal statutes, outside geographical Europe, which offer the highest degree or diploma in their own country.
3. Individuals, who are Lifelong Learning experts in Higher Education, and have been active in eucen while employed by a member university.
1. National or international lifelong learning organisations with legal status.
2. Individuals concerned with Lifelong Learning networks without legal status. The individual will act on representation of the network that has nominated him/her.