Membership and Fees
There are four levels of Membership: Individual, Institutional, Expert and Associate.
Individual membership is free to eligible individuals, and entitles members to attend the Annual General Meeting and to vote on EALTA matters, and to a reduced fee for attendance at EALTA conferences. Those eligible to join EALTA as individual members are people working or living in Member States of the European Union or the Council of Europe. Members should have an interest and preferably an involvement in language testing and/or assessment.
Institutional Membership incurs a fee of 150 Euros per annum, and is open to those European institutions engaged in language testing or assessment, related materials development, or teaching or research in language testing and / or assessment.
Institutional Membership entitles the institution to discounted rates for membership of one Special Interest Group, and up to two representatives per institution to attendance at EALTA conferences at institutional rates. Institutional Members are entitled to be listed on the EALTA website.
Applications are considered by the EALTA Membership Committee. The application form and additional information can be obtained from the Chair of the committee, Norman Verhelst, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Expert Membership incurs a fee of 30 Euros per annum, and is restricted to those who qualify as experts, and who are already Individual or Associate Members of EALTA. Applications are considered by the EALTA Membership Committee. Qualifications include:
Expert Members are entitled to be listed on the EALTA website, and to all other benefits of EALTA Individual Membership.
The application form and additional information can be obtained from the Chair of the Membership Committee, Norman Verhelst, at email@example.com.
Associate Membership is free and open to anybody involved in language testing and assessment who is not otherwise eligible to join EALTA. Associate Members can attend EALTA conferences at the full conference rate, and can attend the Annual General Meeting with full voting rights. However, Associate Members cannot become members of the EALTA Executive Committee.
To become a member visit the "Join" page.
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