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Why should I become a member?

By becoming a member of the Academy, you show your commitment to learning and teaching at Warwick. Membership means you will regularly be invited to events that have been designed to help you in your teaching and in your career. A range of seminars by nationally and internationally renowned external speakers come with networking opportunities that you can tap into to learn from others’ good practice, or offer to share your own. You will also meet the Fellows who lead a range of development projects across the University, which you may want to join or learn from and possibly widen your external network as opportunities for members from other HEI's to attend Academy events increases.

Moreover, you become part of a growing academic voice (staff and students) for learning and teaching at Warwick.

You will also be encouraged and supported to seek national accreditation of your contributions through the (national) Higher Education Academy accreditation scheme, which allows you to benchmark your achievements against the UK Professional Standards Framework for HE learning and teaching. You can find out more about this scheme here.

How do I become a member?

You can opt to become a member of the Academy when you register to attend one of our open events or if you have engaged in one of our activities, such as being a team member of one of our funded projects or delivered/contributed to a Masterclass.

Please see examples of our activities in our news section and information on our events.

Alternatively, you can register your interest in becoming a member by emailing