Advance HE offers a range of programmes and events for existing and future leaders of higher education (eligible for member rates).

ARMA (Association of Research Managers and Administrators) creates opportunities for members to develop their professional skills and play their part in a positive and dynamic research culture.

AUA (The Association of University Administrators) organises a programme of seminars, workshops and conferences for administration and management staff in higher education.

BUFDG (British Universities Finance Directors Group) have a variety of finance-related events in their E Learning section, which are available free of charge (registration is required to access the resources).

BLA The Business Librarians Association provide a forum for discussion and exchange of ideas. They facilitate networking opportunities, co-operation and participation in joint activities.

CASE (Council for Advancement and Support Of Education) is a global non-profit membership association providing leadership and support to educational advancement professionals, in alumni relations, communications, development, marketing, and advancement services, who share the common goal of championing education to transform lives and society.

CILIP (Chartered Association of Library and Information Professionals is the UK’s library and information association, working to improve services, develop members’ expertise and champion the sector.

CIPD (The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development). As a people professional, manager, employer or policy maker, there’s a route to CIPD membership to suit you and a membership grade to demonstrate your level of knowledge and experience. Championing better work and working lives.

CMI (The Chartered Institute of Marketing). Whether you’re starting out or you’ve worked in the industry for over twenty years, CIM membership will help support and inspire you at every stage of your marketing career.

GW4 draws together the research excellence of Bath, Bristol, Cardiff and Exeter Universities, with wider collaborations that connect government, industry, civil society, charities and communities.

HEaTED (Higher Education and Technical Educational Development) provide various specialist courses for technical staff (eligible for member rates).

IATUL (International Association of University Libraries). All library staff of the member institution are entitled to the membership discount for conference registration. Be part of a strong network of research libraries in a challenging and fast-moving environment. Together, creating opportunities for collaboration to take on challenges of our profession in an international, cross-boundary and like-minded approach.

LIBER (Ligue des Bibliothèques Européennes de Recherche) is the voice of European research libraries. Through their strategy, they’re powering sustainable knowledge in the digital age. Join to ensure that your library stays ahead in a fast-changing world.

PHEAF (Pathways to HE Fellowship demonstrates a commitment to professionalism and provides recognition of practice, impact and leadership in teaching and learning.

SCONUL (The Society of College, National and University Libraries) promotes awareness of the role of academic libraries in supporting research excellence and student achievement and employability, and represents their views and interests to government, regulators and other stakeholders. It helps member libraries collaborate to deliver services efficiently, including through shared services, and to share knowledge and best practice.

sherif (shared e-resources information forum) serves the interests of e-resource users in research, higher and further education libraries. sherif operates on a not-for-profit basis and is funded by membership subscriptions from higher education (HE) and further education (FE) institutions around the country.

SWRLS (South Western Regional Library Services). Uniting, inspiring, collaborating across libraries, information services and cultural organisations in the South West.

UKSG (formerly UK Serials Group) connects the knowledge community. UKSG engages a broad cross-section of professionals concerned with the publication, distribution and use of scholarly and professional information throughout the world.