Membership

FLOSS UK is a not-for-profit organisation funded by membership subscriptions for people who want to keep abreast of everything that happens in the world of Open Systems and is drawn from the information technology, commercial, and research/academic sectors in fairly even proportions.

What FLOSS UK can do for you

There are a variety of benefits which form an integral part of your membership package. These are in addition to the help service offered by the Secretariat.

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Renewals

Renewing your membership for another year? We offer a range of recurring payment methods which help to keep our administration costs down and allow your membership to continue automatically without needing to remember to write a cheque or send an electronic payment.

Alternatively, you can pay by PayPal - please ensure you send the amount stated on your renewal invoice (including VAT) to office@ukuug.org and include your membership number so we can identify your payment.

Membership Categories and Fees

Institutional Members ...

are commercial, research or academic institutions. They may send their employees to both UKUUG technical meetings and conferences at substantially discounted membership rates. £170.00 (£204.00 inc VAT) per year

Individual members ...

tend to be employees of institutions who do not have a institutional membership or individuals wishing to receive their own personal copies of newsletters, announcements, etc. £35.00 (£42.00 inc VAT) per year

Concessionary members ...

Membership for students, the retired and the unemployed. Proof of status must be seen by the UKUUG Secretariat before membership is accepted. £20.00 (£24.00 inc VAT) per year

Sponsoring Members ...

have been introduced to offer companies the opportunity to actively support UKUUG's events on a larger scale and make it easier for UKUUG to further its aims and objectives. If you are an organisation with an interest in becoming a sponsoring member please get in touch with the office.

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