If you are considering joining us, contact our Membership Team who will be happy to hear from you and discuss how we can help.
You can check if your institution is already a QAA Member on the Our Members page on our website.
We really value our QAA Membership. It helps us calibrate our approach to quality with the sector and, crucially, provides timely opportunities to explore new national developments with colleagues.
Peter Watson, Academic Registrar, University of the Arts London
Membership is available to higher education providers who are:
- a legal entity registered or established in the UK, and delivering UK qualifications at Level 4 and above of the FHEQ or Level 7 and above of the SCQF
- subject to one of the following: review by QAA; the quality or regulatory arrangements that apply to higher education in one of the UK nations; the oversight (for example, through a formal collaborative partnership) of a provider which itself is subject to the quality or regulatory arrangements that apply to higher education institutions in one of the UK nations; engaged in a contractual service with QAA’s Assessment Services within the last three years.
How much does QAA Membership cost?
In Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales, universities and colleges within the regulatory frameworks are automatically members. The full membership package is included in the annual fee for your provider.
In England, membership is voluntary. Fees take account of how many higher education students a provider has registered and whether you have chosen to include an enhancement package. Please do get in touch with us for details of the Membership offer and our annual fees - we’re always very happy to hear from you.
If your institution is based outside the UK, find out more on our QAA International Membership web pages.