Who can join?
Full membership – any UK higher education institution that is involved in the teaching of and/or research into Tourism.
Associate membership – any higher educational institutions outside the UK, and to UK organisations concerned with tourism education.
How do Higher Education Institutions benefit from being a member of ATHE?
- Certificated Membership demonstrates high standing and esteem and demonstrates a commitment to supporting the subject within Higher Education in the UK
- The ATHE logo may be used on marketing publicity to demonstrate good standing.
- Valuable networking opportunities amongst fellow academics and and tourism professionals, giving advice, opportunities and sharing knowledge.
- ATHE sponsors undergraduate and postgraduate prizes at each member institution, with winners’ certificates presented at national conference with publicity provided on the ATHE website
- Eligibility for the respected ‘Making the Case’ awards sponsored by The Tourism Society, ABTA, and The Family Holiday Association with certificates presented at national conference and publicity provided on the ATHE website.
- Opportunity to influence and respond to national and international Higher Education policy initiatives
- Discounted fees for the Annual Conference which focuses on informing and debating the key issues for the Tourism subject and provides valuable personal continuing professional development.
- Opportunity to stand for election on the ATHE Executive committee to have a say in the future development of the Association.
What are the other benefits of joining ATHE?
- Your institutional representative will enjoy reduced fees at the annual conference in December each year.
What does it cost an institution to join ATHE?
Full Members: £300.00 per annum.
Associate Members: 90% of full members fee per annum.
ATHE will invoice your named institutional representative.
How to join:
Download the relevant application form below, complete and send to ATHE at the address indicated on the form.