Volunteer roles

Committee types and responsibilities

Functional Committees

From curating extensive conference programmes to producing insightful publications, and creating in-depth trainings and workshops, these three Committees play a key role in developing the EAIE’s content.

Read about the Committees

Thematic Committees

These nine Committees are organised around areas of expertise and key topics in the field. As content specialists they help inform and enhance all EAIE activities and products, working in close cooperation with the Functional Committees.

Learn more about the Committees


The people helping the EAIE ecosystem flourish

Earlier this year, current members of the EAIE community stepped forward for a range of governance and volunteer positions. The nine new Thematic Committees will contribute to the creation and curation of high-quality and relevant content within the EAIE.

Meet the new volunteers


4 benefits of becoming a volunteer

EAIE members can step up and become committee members either in a Functional Comittee to support the Board in crucial tasks or in a Thematic Committee helping to develop content and surface ideas.


Help shape the EAIE’s content

Actively contribute to the EAIE’s direction, activities and content throughout the year.


Share your knowledge

Contribute your insights to the EAIE’s content and share your expertise with your peers.


Develop and grow your potential

Expand your experience beyond your institution and gain valuable insights to help you in your work. 


Be an EAIE trailblazer

Take a leading role in our sector and champion the advantages of international education.

Frequently Asked Questions

Read more about the Committees and how to apply. 

How can I apply for a position in a Committee?

All EAIE members can apply to join either a Functional or Thematic Committee. There are two separate processes to join the two Committee types. More information on how to become a part of a specific Committee can be found on their respective pages and on this FAQ page.

Do I need to be an EAIE member to join a Committee?

Yes, you must be an EAIE member to join or apply for a Committee. You must also be logged in with your EAIE account to access the application forms.


Want to share your knowledge and insights?

The Communities of Practice are where all EAIE members share knowledge and resources, providing support and inspiration to the global EAIE network. This interactive space is your hub for joining discussions, gathering new insights and elevating your professional journey.

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