Membership

Become a Member

HKGISA membership is open to any person who is interested in the aims of the Association. There is no entrance fee for membership of the Association. Members may be enrolled in any one of the following grades on payment of the appropriate subscription and shall be entitled to enjoy the rights and privileges specified in each case.

Full Membership: On the payment of the annual subscription, full members shall have the rights: (i) to participate in the activities of the Association; (ii) to receive current publications of the Association; (iii) to receive notice of and to attend the Annual General Meeting with the rights to vote; (iv) to receive notices of and to attend conferences and meetings of the Association; (v) to be nominated, and to make nominations, for election to the Executive Committee subject to the Regulations of the Association; (vi) to enjoy such other rights and privileges as the Executive Committee may from time to time determine.

Corporate Membership: A college, school, educational institution, firm, government department, and research institute with the approval of the Executive Committee, may become Corporate Member on payment of appropriate annual subscription. Corporate membership entitles the institution to (i) to participate in the activities of the Association; (ii) to receive current publications of the Association; (iii) receive notices of and to send one representative only to attend the Annual General Meeting with the rights of voting; (iv) receive notices of and to send a maximum of 5 representatives to meetings as desired (unless otherwise specified) but to send one representative only to meetings where numbers are restricted (as stated in the notice of meeting); (v) to enjoy such other rights and privileges to the Executive Committee may from time to time determine.

Student Membership: On the payment of the annual subscription, Student Members shall have all the rights as the Full Members except (iii) and (v). Student Members shall also have the right to receive notices of and to attend the Annual General Meeting but without the right of voting. Only full time students can become Student Members.

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