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What is the Academic Union?

 

The AU is and international association of over 150 universities, Rectors, Academics, Scientists and researchers. The Primary aim of the Union is to consolidate the efforts of scientists and academics for the advancements and development of research methods.


What are the benefits of joining the AU?


As a member of the AU you would be eligible for:
An academic profile on the AU website,
Attendance to AU events,
Access to AU services such as EBA press publishing, use of AU design for full academic regalia and sportswear and admittance to the Union Lounge (from January 2016),
Publication in the Leaders times,
Publication in the Socrates Almanac, displayed in major UK libraries including the Bodleian Library,
Submission to international competitions,
Admission to the Speakers Bureau.

How can I join the AU?


An Application form can be found on our website. If you would like more information on becoming a member please use the live chat option on the bottom right hand side of you screen or contact the Executive Secretary on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..">

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What does it cost to be a member of the AU?


Standard AU members, which grants you all the benefits listed under member benefits cost £980 (GBP, excluding VAT). Though there would be additional charges for some services and events.


What is the Speakers Bureau?


The Speakers Bureau works with clients all over the world to deliver speakers of exceptional calibre across a wide range of fields such as business innovation and science.


What are the benefits of joining the Speakers Bureau?
As a member of the Speakers Bureau you would have your speakers profile online and would be informed of AU events that suit your academic background and recommend you to clients and venues as a speaker.


How can I join the Speakers Bureau?


To become a member of the Speakers Bureau you must also become a member of the AU. We would also require you to submit a separate application for the Speakers Bureau on our website.