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Educational Institution Membership

Criteria: Educational Institution Associate Membership of BIAZA is open to registered educational institutions. These can operate on a local, national or global basis. It is anticipated that many may seek membership for a department or part of a department or for individual members of staff. Please note that individuals must be permanent members of staff and be named. This category of membership is NOT open to those named members of staff who are directly responsible for holding live exotic animals within the educational institution.

All applications for associateship have to be approved by the Membership & Licensing Committee and Council. All applicants must agree to abide by the obligations of BIAZA. Please note that  associates, regardless of which category they belong to, have no voting rights.

Benefits of membership:

  • Receive BIAZA News and Annual Report with a discount on advertising and the opportunity to sponsor editions of the news letter
  •  Have access to BIAZA Membership list 
  • Receive regular mailings from the BIAZA Office
  • Receive invitations to the Annual Meeting and AGM with the right to exhibit at areduced rate  
  • Have a closer association with BIAZA Members
  • Permission to cite membership of BIAZA in publications (though use of BIAZA’s logo without prior written permission of BIAZA is not permitted).        
  • May attend the AGM dinner        
  • The opportunity to sponsor and attend other BIAZA events and to make presentations

Cost: Membership rates per calendar year, commencing on the date membership is ratified (for the year of joining, the rate for the remainder of the calendar year is charged), are based on the number of named staff members (please note that these must be permanent members of staff of the organisation). For 2015:

1 -  10   £118 + VAT   per annum
11 – 50   £410+ VAT   per annum
51-100   £701+ VAT   per annum
101-150   £1,166 + VAT  per annum
 >150   £1,748 + VAT  per annum

Rates for associateship are subject to inflation as per full membership. VAT is added to all rates.

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