Why join the SRA?
By becoming a member, you will be able to book tickets to the National Student Radio Conference, as well as entering and attending the Student Radio Awards supported by BBC Radio 1 and Global. These are our two flagship events for the year that sees hundreds of students and industry professionals coming together to learn from each other, celebrate student radio together and recognise outstanding talent within our members.
The benefits don’t stop there. We also hold regional training days each year whereby members can meet local stations and develop relationships with the industry around them. Regional Officers are also elected to support their regional stations and are there to advise you throughout the year.
As a member, your station can also connect with other student stations around the UK through the Student Radio Chart Show. This is a weekly show hosted by a different station each week and gives presenters and producers the chance to work on a nationally networked show.
We are also extremely lucky to be able to offer all of our members free membership to the Radio Academy. Members of The Radio Academy benefit from being part of a group of peers and colleagues across the industry.
How do I become a member?
Membership to the SRA runs across the academic year, from September to September. Individual Membership is also available for students whose station is not signed up to the SRA.
The SRA is a completely not-for-profit organisation. Everything we make in terms of membership, ticket sales and sponsorship monies goes directly towards covering the costs of our events and projects run throughout the year.
If you have any questions about membership, please don’t hesitate to contact the SRA Membership and Development Officer.