Eligibility, fees & application
Eligibility & fees
Regular membership is open to individuals who subscribe to the objectives of the EGU and who are professionally engaged in or associated with either the geosciences, planetary and space sciences, or related studies.
Those applying for student or retired senior (emeritus) membership must provide proof of their student status or that they are aged 60 or older and retired from full-time employment, respectively.
Membership is on a calendar year basis. The 2022 EGU membership is required for first authors to submit an abstract to the EGU 2022 General Assembly and to participate in the 2022 EGU Autumn elections.
|EGU regular membership||20,- EUR / year|
|EGU student membership1||10,- EUR / year|
|EGU emeritus membership||10,- EUR / year|
|EGU life membership2||500,- EUR|
1 PhD candidates, as well as undergraduate or master students, are eligible to apply for student membership.
2 A life membership is unlimited and has some incentives, e.g. entrance to the EGU Lounge on-site at the General Assembly.
SPECIAL NOTICE: To show our support for Ukraine and in accordance with current European sanctions, EGU will not accept any payments from researchers based in Russian or Belarusian research institutions, attempting to apply for membership of EGU. As a result no new EGU memberships will be granted to researchers from Russian or Belarusian research institutions in 2022. If you have any additional questions, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Membership subscriptions are handled by Copernicus Gesellschaft mbH on behalf of the EGU - European Geosciences Union e.V.
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