Globethics Consortium Membership

Membership Categories

  • Institutional Members are institutions of higher education. The Consortium is open to legally recognized institutions of higher education including: universities, business schools, distant learning institutions, vocational and professional training institutes, seminaries, international and regional associations of Universities and institutions in higher education.
  • Institutional Members are classified in three country categories (High income, Medium income and Low income) and three size categories (small medium, large). For details see Annex 1.2.
  • Institutional Founding Members are institutions that have a representative function within their country and shall pay, in addition to membership fee, a founding member fee.
  • Individual Members are individuals related to an institution of higher education or interested in ethics in higher education.

Consortium Agreement

Globethics Consortium Agreement

Please consult the Globethics Consortium Agreement for details about the Consortium and about becoming a Consortium Member.


For more information contact:

Anh Tho Andres-Kammler
Programme Executive Ethics Education,
150 route de Ferney, 1211 Geneva 2, Switzerland
Tel. +41 22 791 62 67




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Consortium Member Benefits

What do you get
(Roll out scheduled from September 2017 onwards)
Institutional Members Individual Members
Leadership Role    
Founding Members can be represented on the Consortium Steering Committee, the leadership group of the Consortium  
Global Networking Opportunities    
Gain visibility and increased institutional profile through membership of the global Consorotium community of stakeholders engaged in ethics in higher education  
Access and exchange with the global online network of Consortium members and community
Participate in international, regional and national conferences, events and initiatives organised by and by Consortium members and partners
Capacity Building Opportunities    
Benefit from services provided by Consortium members through the Consortium marketplace, such as online courses, curriculum development, consultancy, training, etc.
Can apply to become an expert in the Consortium Pool of Experts  
Participate in training programmes leading to accreditation implemented together with qualifying institutions
Joint Collaboration Opportunities    
Participate in joint teaching and research projects
Collaborate on joint publications
Receive information on funding opportunities for research, training and institutional / faculty development  
Collaborate on joint diploma programmes and exchange programmes for faculty and students through inter-institutional partnerships  
Privileged Access to Library and Information Resources    
Access knowledge resources, library materials and content on ethics education for faculty and students
Exchange news and promote opportunities with other members, e.g. calls for papers, job opportunities, new courses, etc.
Receive updates on product and market development opportunities
Receive the Consortium Newsletter with information on global academic events and initiatives