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Welcome to Association of Southeast Asian Studies in the UK

Thank you for visiting our membermojo page! This page enables you to join and renew your annual ASEASUK membership. If you would like to find out more about us, please visit our website at aseasuk.org

Our membership period is ONE YEAR from the time of payment. There are two membership bands, as follows:

1. Full membership: £26 per year

  • For those in employment
  • Discount for payment via bank transfer or standing order: £25 per year
  • Payment via PayPal: £26 per year

2. Student membership: £16 per year

  • For students and early career researchers up to three years post-PhD
  • Discount for payment via bank transfer or standing order: £15 per year
  • Payment via PayPal: £16 per year

To sign up or renew your membership, click on this link: https://membermojo.co.uk/aseasuk

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About ASEASUK

ASEAS(UK) facilitates co-operation between scholars, institutions and research programmes in Southeast Asian studies both within the UK and with other countries.

The Association was established in 1969 and has members from dozens of universities across 15 countries, including academics, postgraduate researchers and others who are interested in Southeast Asia. The ASEAS(UK) blog can be read here: https://aseasuk.org/blog/

ASEAS(UK) is an educational charity which became a Charitable Incorporated Organisation in 2016, registered in the UK with the Charities Commission, registration no. 1170590.

ASEAS(UK) is managed by an Executive Committee and a Research Grants Committee. The Association organises a conference every two years and additional seminars, liaises with academic organisations, disperses grants, and works generally to advance the interests of members and Southeast Asian studies.

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