- EUR (Erasmus University of Rotterdam), the Netherlands, Network Coordinator
- AMIS (Centre for Advanced Migration Studies, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
- CEDEM ( Centre d’Études de l’Ethnicité et des Migrations), University of Liège, Belgium
- CEMIS (Centre for Migration and Intercultural Studies), University of Antwerp, Belgium
- CEMyRI (Center for the Study of Migration and Intercultural Relations, University of Almeria, Spain
- CESS (Centre for Economic and Social Studies), Tirana, Albania
- CMR (Centre of Migration Research), Warsaw University, Poland
- DEUSTO (Research Unit on Migration, Management of Diversity and Social Cohesion), University of Deusto, Bilbao, Spain
- efms (European Forum for Migration Studies), University of Bamberg, Germany
- ESOMI (International Migration Sociology Team), University of A Coruña, Spain
- EUI (European University Institute), Florence, Italy
- IMES (Institute for Migration and Ethnic Studies), University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
- FAFO (Institute for Labour and Social Research), Oslo, Norway
- FIERI (The Forum Internazionale ed Europeo di Ricerche sull'Immigrazione), Turin, Italy
- GEOMIGRACE (Geographic Migration Center), Charles University, Czech Republic
- GRITIM (Interdisciplinary research group in immigration), Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain
- ICMPD (International Center for Migration Policy Development),Vienna, Austria
- IGOT-UL (Instituto de Geografia e Ordenamento do Território), University of Lisboa, Portugal
- IEM (Instituto Universitario de Estudios sobre Migraciones de la Universidad Pontificia Comillas de Madrid), Spain
- IMIS (Institute for Migration Research and Intercultural Studies), University of Osnabrück, Germany
- INED (Institut National d’Études Démographiques), Paris, France
- ISR (Institute for Urban and Regional Research), Austrian Academy of Sciences,Vienna, Austria
- ISF (Institute for Social Research Oslo), Norway
- ISMU (The Instituto per lo Studio della Multietnicità), Milan. Italy
- MACIMIDE (Maastricht Centre for Citizenship, Migration and Development, Maastricht University, the Netherlands
- MIM (Malmö Institute for Studies of Migration, Diversity and Welfare), Malmö University, Sweden
- MiReKoc, Koç University, Istanbul,Turkey
- NIDI (Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute), The Hague, the Netherlands
- NOVA (Norwegian Social Research), Oslo, Norway
- NTNU (Social Research - Centre for Diversity and Inclusion), Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Trondheim, Norway
- REMESO (Institute for Research on Migration, Ethnicity and Society), Linköping University, Sweden
- SFM (Swiss Forum for Migration and Population Studies, the University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland.
How to become a member?
IMISCOE distinguishes between institutional and individual members. Being a member gives access to various benefits and opportunities.
- The annual IMISCOE conference
- Receiving the monthly IMISCOE newsletter with relevant news on funding opportunities, conferences, network activities and publications
- Support for OA publishing (editing support and the cofinancing of Open Access costs if for members only)
- Acces to full manuscripts of all manuscripts published in the IMISCOE book series or in the journal CMS (including the non-OA books, for individual members only).
- Waiver of author-pays fees for publications in the journal CMS (this applies to individual members as well as to all persons working for member institutes)
- Eligibility for seed funding in the context of IMISCOE's research clusters (coordinators must be employed at one of the institutional member institutes)
- Discount for PhD's that wish to participate in training events (PhD's must be employed at one of the member institutes or be an individual member of IMISCOE)
Institutional membership: the IMISCOE Board of Directors decides on applications from member institutes. IMISCOE aims to have member institutes from across Europe (and beyond), as well as member institutes that bring in a particular discipline or other sort of expertise that has added value to the Research Network. Institutional partners pay an annual fee (€3750). This fee covers registration for three individual members from the institute concerned (which includes their participation in the annual conference). Institutes may propose additional individual members from their institute and pay their individual fees.
Individual membership: Individual membership comes at an annual cost of €200 for EU-15 countries (plus Switzerland, Norway, Iceland, USA and Canada), €150 for EU-12 countries and €100 for other countries. Also, anyone who registers for the annual IMISCOE conference and pays the conference fee (€200) automatically becomes a member. If you have already payed your membership fee and wish to register for the conference, you will receive a waiver for the conference fee for the amount that you payed for your membership.
If you would like to join the IMISCOE Research Network, please contact the Network office: