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Deadline for the EASAS Membership Fee is 28th February 2021.
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Please visit our FAQ section if you have any questions or uncertanties regarding EASAS Membership!
We welcome new members to EASAS. The constitution can be found below with full details of membership rights and obligations.
Any individual interested in supporting the objectives of the Association can become an ordinary member, irrespective of residence and nationality. Associations and corporations, irrespective of their domicile or administration, can also become supporting members, if they wish to assist the Association in meeting its objectives, on payment of annual membership fees.
Membership is continuous on paying the membership fee regularly. Membership fees are due every year (as voted by the General
Meeting 2018) and are:
*Those who wish to join as student members should include evidence of their status, e.g. a letter from their supervisor, or a photocopy/scan of their student card, with their membership application form. Student members need to provide evidence of their student status at least once a year.
Your membership will renew automatically. Your first membership fee will be debited immediately.
After that, the annual fee will be automatically debited from your account (SEPA, credit card, PayPal) at the beginning of every year unless you resign. Resignation has to be done before the start of the new year, otherwise the memership fee for the upcoming year will be debited.
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Please take note of the following points in order to ensure a smooth process and to avoid any confusion in acquiring EASAS membership. These comments are intended to inform members regarding the administrative aspects of EASAS and to avoid any unnecessary complications: