Membership Benefits

 

 

Full Individual-, Student-* or Retired Persons' Membership holders

  • are invited to take part in the activities of and attend events organized by the Society;
  • may elect and be elected for posts in the Society;
  • will receive 2 scientific Bulletins yearly;
  • may submit scientific articles for the Bulletin;
  • may submit articles and announcements for the Newsletter;
  • will receive reduction on International Kodály Society publications;
  • will have the right to apply for International Kodály Society Scholarships for study in the Kodály Institute and other high quality training Kodály courses;
  • have the possibility of appealing on the International Kodály Society office in Budapest for specific information concerning Zoltán Kodály's lifetime work and about present Kodály programs in Hungary and abroad;
  • have the possibility of including professional information in the Directory on the International Kodály Society website;
  • are invited to participate actively in the work of the Forums of the Society;
  • may exchange information and documentation with fellow members;
  • may participate in the biennial International Kodály Symposia.

 

Registered Supporting Membership holders

  • are invited to take part in the activities of and attend events organized by the Society.
  • will receive 4 times a year one article of the IKS Bulletin in the e-mail;
  • may submit articles and announcements for the Newsletter;
  • have the possibility of appealing on the International Kodály Society office in Budapest for specific information concerning Zoltán Kodály's lifetime work and about present Kodály programs in Hungary and abroad;
  • may exchange information and documentation with fellow members. 

Institutional Membership holders

  • receive the same benefits as individual members. For the election process, they give a mandate to one of their members, who can, on their behalf, vote and be elected. However, as institutional members, they cannot apply for a scholarship.

 


*A student in full standing, whose status must be proven by a valid student identification card, qualifies for Student Membership.