Become a Member

What are the benefits of becoming an ENOTHE Member?

  1. Access to a network of experts and peers throughout Europe and beyond
  2. Opportunity to share develop and learn about innovations in curricula
  3. Celebrate achievements and successes with peers
  4. Access to resources, facts and figures relating to occupational therapy, education, practice and research
  5. Keep up to date with European policy, standards and legislation
  6. Continuing Professional Development opportunities including:
    1. eligibility to election to the ENOTHE Board,
    2. presenting and facilitating workshops at the Annual Meeting,
    3. leading and contributing to multi university/country projects
  7. Eligibility to apply for seed funding to develop projects of curricula interest with partner institutions
  8. Full access to members area content:
    1. ENOTHE constitution and charter,
    2. Detailed members directory,
    3. General Assembly documents,
    4. ENOTHE Archive
  9. Strengthen your occupational therapy identity
  10. Raise your professional profile in your country
  11. Gain a platform to discuss themes and find answers for your professional questions
  12. Share your publications with the ENOTHE community through ENOTHE social media
  13. Member discount rate on the ENOTHE Annual meeting
  14. Receive the newsletter 3 times a year and opportunity to publish in there
  15. Be part of the European occupational therapy higher education community

Who can be an ENOTHE member?

  • Universities / Institutions with an Occupational Therapy programme
  • Organisations related with Occupational Therapy
  • Individuals within and/or related with Occupational Therapy 

What types of ENOTHE membership there are?

These are each subdivided based on World Bank Economic Status of the country.
There are 3 subdivisions; Higher Income, Upper Middle Income and Lower Middle Income 

Search your country here

Member CountryWorld Bank Status
AlbaniaUpper-Middle Income
ArmeniaUpper-Middle Income
AustraliaHigh Income
AustriaHigh Income
BelgiumHigh Income
BulgariaUpper-Middle Income
CanadaHigh Income
CroatiaUpper-Middle Income
CyprusHigh Income
Czech RepublicHigh Income
DenmarkHigh Income
EstoniaHigh Income
FinlandHigh Income
FranceHigh Income
GeorgiaLower-Middle Income
GermanyHigh Income
GreeceHigh Income
HungaryHigh Income
IcelandHigh Income
IrelandHigh Income
ItalyHigh Income
JordanLower-Middle Income
KosovoLower-Middle Income
LatviaHigh Income
LiechtensteinHigh Income
LithuaniaHigh Income
LuxembourgHigh Income
MaltaHigh Income
NetherlandsHigh Income
NorwayHigh Income
PolandHigh Income
PortugalHigh Income
RomaniaUpper-Middle Income
SerbiaUpper-Middle Income
SloveniaHigh Income
SpainHigh Income
SwedenHigh Income
SwitzerlandHigh Income
TunisiaLower-Middle Income
TurkeyUpper-Middle Income
United KingdomHigh Income
United StatesHigh Income

If your country does not feature please email us at info@enothe.eu and we will look the cost up and send you a direct link in our reply.

 

For every ENOTHE ordinary or contributing member institution, an ENOTHE representative must be appointed. The ENOTHE representative has the honor to be the gateway between the member institution and the ENOTHE community. This means that he/she has the position to create opportunities for students and staff to contribute to and benefit from international and intercultural exchange within occupational therapy education. Below we describe the expectations towards our main contact.

We expect the ENOTHE representative to:

  • Be the ENOTHE ambassador within and outside your department
  • Share and spread ENOTHE activities and communications among staff and students
  • Share with ENOTHE interesting developments within your department by contributing to the newsletter (e.g. miniSPOT, projects, grant applications)
  • Support the annually membership fee procedure until completion
  • Forward any changes in contact details to info@enothe.eu
  • Inform yourself on spread General Assembly documents
  • Be present at the General Assembly for participation and voting (or ensure proxy-voting)
  • Support students and staff colleagues in submitting abstract for the annual meetings in collaboration with your colleagues
  • Facilitating and enabling students in participating in the annual meetings (e.g. funding, accreditation, time)
  • Facilitating and supporting the creation of miniSPOTs to increase internationalisation at your university. Consult the ‘MINI SPOT GUIDE‘.

 

The ENOTHE Board, office and community hopes to meet you soon!