UKFIET’s membership is comprised of organisations involved with education and development across public, voluntary, commercial and non-commercial sectors at local, national and international levels.

Membership is open to organisations in the UK working in the field of education and international development. By joining UKFIET organisations increase their access to current knowledge, practices and issues in education and development through:

  • colloquia and workshops on current issues;
  • engagement with government departments on policy development and research priorities;
  • engagement with international bodies regarding global priorities; and
  • access to information about special interest meetings through the UKFIET website and membership list.

UKFIET member organisations have opportunities to develop links between civil society and public and private sector organisations. Members are also invited to shape the development of UKFIET events, including the biennial International Conference on Education and Development.

To find out about your organisation becoming a member of UKFIET please contact Sarah Jeffery, Programme Manager

Current Members

Africa Education Trust
British Association for International and Comparative Education
British Association for Literacy in Development (BALID)
British Council
Cambridge Education
Cambridge University Press
Centre for Education and International Development, University of Cambridge
Centre for Research and Development in Adult and Lifelong Learning, University of Glasgow
Council for Education in the Commonwealth (CEC)
Department of Education and International Development, Institute of Education
Department of Education, Open University
East African Playgrounds
Education Development Trust
Global Schools Forum
One World Centre
Oxford Policy Management
Relief International
Research Centre for International and Comparative Studies, University of Bristol
Save the Children
School of Education and Lifelong Learning, University of East Anglia
UCET (Universities Council for Education of Teachers)
University of Brighton
University of Edinburgh, Moray House
University of Nottingham
University of Sussex
World Vision UK
Young Lives