Joining ECLAS is a simple two stage process. Please become member now...

Fill in the membership form (.doc) and send it to the ECLAS office (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.), wait for payment of the membership fee until you receive an invoice from the treasurer.

The classes of membership are defined as follows (modified in 2013). Each category attracts different benefits. These categories are as follows:

A. Full Institutional Membership

Any faculty, department, centre of teaching and research or other organisational unit within a higher education institution which undertakes teaching leading to the award of university degrees at levels of bachelor, master or both, or other equivalent qualification in the field of landscape architecture (which may include specialisations in landscape planning, design and/or management) and which may also carry out research leading to the award of doctoral degrees. In order to qualify for full institutional membership schools must be located in Europe, which means EU and EEA countries plus Turkey, Croatia, Montenegro, Bosnia Herzegovina, Kosovo, Serbia, FYR Macedonia, Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Palestine and Israel.

B. Associate Institutional Membership

Any faculty, department, centre of teaching and research or other organisational unit within a higher education institution which is involved in landscape teaching or research, but which does not award accredited degrees in landscape architecture (including planning, design and management) at bachelor, master or doctoral level. In order to qualify for associate institutional membership schools must be located in Europe, which means EU and EEA countries plus Turkey, Croatia, Montenegro, Bosnia Herzegovina, Kosovo, Serbia, FYR Macedonia, Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Palestine and Israel.

C. Affiliate institutional membership

Any faculty, department, centre of teaching and research or other organisational unit within a higher education institution which is involved in landscape teaching or research and which may or may not lead to the award of bachelor, master of both degrees and which is located outside Europe as defined for membership categories A and B. Within the affiliate membership category are the following sub categories:

  • C1: USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, South Korea, Saudi Arabia and the Gulf States.
  • C2: Latin America, China, Malaysia, Singapore, South Africa, Iran.
  • C3: The rest of the world.

D. Individual Membership

Any individual academic or practitioner with an interest in landscape architecture education, research or scholarship from anywhere in the world.

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