Criteria for admission
A - FULL membership with voting right
Any public, semi-public or private hospitality institution (or hospitality department of a larger institution) shall, subject to approval of the board, be eligible for FULL membership provided:
The institution is established under the laws of its country and has legal documents to that effect, certified copies of which shall be attached to the application for membership,
It offers and has been offering full-time programs continuously for a minimum of 4 consecutive years preceding its application for membership,
The 2 EUHOFA full members who have been nominated as referees have received and have supported the completed membership application form.
The board, on evaluation of the details provided in the membership application form and reports by the two nominated referees, is satisfied that the institution meets the academic and professional standard necessary for membership.
The institution’s membership implies that the institution is represented by the principal or by a member of the board.
B - FELLOW ASSOCIATE membership without voting rights
Persons who are eligible to become FELLOW ASSOCIATE members are:
Persons who previously represented their institution which had FULL member status
or: Persons who are staff of FULL member institutions
or: Representatives of professional industry organisation
Comment: For an institution which has FULL member status it is quite possible to appoint also several fellow-associate members.
Joining Fee Full Member (once): 100 euro
Annual Fee Full Member: 180 euro
Joining Fee Fellow Associate Member (once): 75 euro
Annual Fee Fellow Associate Member: 150 euro
HOW TO APPLY FOR MEMBERSHIP?
Institutions or persons intending to apply for membership of EUHOFA INTERNATIONAL must complete the membership application form and submit this form plus required information and attachments to:
Mrs. Jacqueline vd Zwan
Secretary General of EUHOFA INTERNATIONAL
Koningin Marialaan 9
2595 GA Den Haag
or through mail:
The application will be reviewed by the EUHOFA board and the applicant is informed of the board’s decision.