Membership benefits

Benefits of institutional Membership of the Council for Hospitality Management Education (CHME)

To be part of a hospitality management association which currently has a membership of higher and further educational institutions offering programmes of study in hospitality management.

To be able to work closely with other universities and colleges offering qualifications in hospitality management to promote high academic standards and vocational relevance in programmes of study and student experience which are of the highest quality.

Here are some of the benefits that our members tell us they value the most.

1. An annual membership certificate.

The opportunity to attend or benefit from hosting CHME events, such as conferences related to Hospitality Research, Teaching, Learning and Assessment, Passion 4 Hospitality with the Institute of Hospitality, Annual student competition and awards, The Institute of Hospitality and The Caterer and an annual members' forum - if relevant.

2. Privileged access to members only pages on CHME website

3. Free copies of the Hospitality Society Journal 3 times a year

​4. A 30% reduction on all purchases from Goodfellow Publishers

5. Priority notification of CHME events and activities

6. Access to external examiner register

7. To be able to hold office and contribute to the work of the CHME Executive

and/or be part of the committees of special interest groups such as the Hospitality Research Group

8. To attend CHME events at discounted rates.

Such events give opportunities for those working in particular areas of hospitality management to meet to share practice and achievements and to consider contributions from external speakers.

9. To benefit from a valuable network
of UK and international hospitality management educators and practitioners and others interested in hospitality management education.

10. To be given preferential opportunities to be involved in research and business development projects with CHME.

11. To gain an early awareness of external changes, policies etc. having an affect upon hospitality management education

12. To forge lifelong friendships and professional relationships with colleagues in hospitality management with similar interests and ideals

13. To be part of an influential organisation lobbying external organisations and people for recognition for, and the enhancement of, hospitality management education

14. To benefit from discounts and subsidies for some CHME events

15. To join development seminars that help you grow as a Hospitality educator and researcher