WFCP Introduces New Member Fee Category and Dues

The World Federation of Colleges and Polytechnics (WFCP) has introduced a new fee category and raised its Associate Membership rate to ease the burden on members from developing countries.

The Board of Directors revisited the existing dues, which had last been updated in 2014, in early 2017. The Board determined that the Federation’s fee schedule did not capture the differences in development and resources between developing countries. In March 2017, the Board approved the addition of a fourth fee category lower-middle income, bringing the total number of categories to four: Low-income, Low-middle income, Middle income, and High income. Determinations of which is the appropriate category for a member are made according to the World Bank’s country and lending groups classification.

The new category of low-middle income allows the Federation to lower the fees for low-income nations. In order to minimize the loss of revenue, the Federation has increased the Associate Membership rate from $100 to $500. You can see the difference between the old and new dues here.

The new fees are:

Institutional Membership

Category as per Country GNP

Annual Fees based on institutional enrollment (US$)

< 500 students 500 – 3000 3000 – 8000 >8000
Low income $100 $300 $500 $800
Low-middle income $200 $500 $1000 $1400
Middle income $600 $1000 $1500 $2000
High income $1500 $2000 $2500 $3000

Association Membership

Category as per Country GNP Annual Fees ($US)
Low income $800
Low-middle income countries $1600
Middle income countries $2500
High income countries $4000

Affiliate Membership

Affiliate Membership $1000

Associate Membership

Associate Member $500

The new fee structure was introduced to WFCP members at the April 29, 2017 Annual General Meeting.  For enquiries about the new fee structure and dues, please contact the Secretariat.

The World Federation of Colleges and Polytechnics (WFCP) is a member-based international network of colleges, polytechnics, university colleges, institutions and individuals of professional and technical education and training. The Federation provides leadership in delivering workforce education for the global economy. The bi-annual World Congress is the hallmark of the WFCP’s activities.

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For more information:
Tresanna Hassanally
WFCP Director
World Federation of Colleges and Polytechnics
secretariat@wfcp.org
613-746-2222 ext. 3141
Twitter: @wfcpsecretariat
wfcp.org

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