BPPA Starts New Membership Program

The British Postgraduate Philosophy Association (BPPA), the main Philosophy association for postgraduate students (graduate students) in the UK, has been around since 1997, but only just now has begun a membership program.

Current postgraduate students, as well as those transitioning to a postgraduate degree or that completed their PhD in the last 2 years, are eligible to join.

Why do so? Pablo Dopico (King’s College, London), the current president of the BPPA, writes:

 Among other things, being a member of the BPPA means: 

    • having free entry, in person and online, to all our events across the year, including our Annual Conference and the Annual Masterclass. 
    • having access to previously recorded masterclasses, workshops and lectures. 
    • getting the BPPA to promote and support the conferences and events organised by our members. 
    • being eligible for our prizes, including our yearly £1,000 prize to the best paper of the Annual Conference. 
    • being able to stand and/or vote for the roles of the Executive Committee of the association.
    • and, above all, it means that you will be part of the biggest community of postgraduate students in the UK. 
Membership is £8 per year. The dues will  be used by the BPPA to fund its regional and/or national conferences, student bursaries for travel expenses and registration fees, and the running of the organization. For more information about joining the BPPA, go here.

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