EBA Membership application is open to all persons who are professionally involved in the care of burn patients and can be done at any time, and consists of 2 types of membership: Individual and for Groups.


  • Priority information on all EBA activities
  • Reduced admission fees at EBA congress
  • Reduced admission fees at EBA courses
  • Complimentary registration for the EBA webinars
  • Right for membership in EBA committees
  • Access to member-only pages of the EBA website
  • Right to list your EU Burn Centre on EBA website
  • Right to vote for board and committee members
  • Right to be elected to the executive committee

Members of non-European countries and corporate members receive all the benefits offered by the EBA, but are not eligible to become an executive member, or to vote in the General Assembly.

What are High-income and Low-income countries?
The EBA has divided the contribution into a category “High income” and “low income/lower-middle-income” economies according to the World Bank listing available at the website of the World Bank.
Please calculate your membership fee according to the World Bank listing. Upper-middle-income countries are considered as High-income countries

Membership fees

Annual dues 2024

Membership Fee
Group membership (per member) € 20,00
Retired member € 20,00
Individual member (high-income countries)
Category 1 € 100,00
Category 2 € 50,00
Individual member (low-income countries)
Category 1 € 45,00
Category 2 € 25,00

Category 1 are physicians, PhDs.
Category 2 are all other professions.

Terms and Conditions MembershipRegistration for Membership Individuals

PLEASE NOTE: EBA membership runs from January through December. This means that when you apply for membership as from October, you will have to pay for the whole current year.

If you would like to register for the discounted member registration fee for an upcoming event, please make sure that your membership application (accompanied by the payment of your membership fee) is received by EBA before April 1st.