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The start of a successful career - with bdla.

Students and graduates benefit as junior members in the regional associations from exclusive information, services and discounts of the association.

The bdla is committed to your professional future: We are committed to quality education, organize competitions for young professionals and are available to provide advice and support to young professionals.

What is a junior membership?

Junior membership in the bdla is a temporary membership in the respective state association. It serves as a first introduction to our professional association. This facilitates the entry into the profession and lays the foundation for one's own professional network.

The status of a junior member is associated with all rights and obligations of membership - except voting rights, the right to make motions and eligibility.

Who can become a junior member?

Students and graduates (up to 3 years post graduation) of a landscape architecture/open space planning/landscape planning degree program may become junior members.

What are the benefits of becoming a junior member?

As a junior member, you will benefit from many free or discounted offers:

- E-mail newsletter with current information (12-16 issues per year)
- Association magazine "Landschaftsarchitekten" (4 issues per year)
- Advice on questions about starting a career
- Exchange of information and networking
- bdla young professionals competitions
- Sample contracts, information leaflets, work aids
- Access to internal online forums (bdla construction manager forum, forum landscape planning)
- Contact person for professional questions
- Reduced participation fees for bdla professional events
- Exclusive information such as sample contracts (e. g.e.g. trainee contract) and work aids
- generation-spreading exchange in the profession

How do I become a junior member?

The bdla state association office will gladly accept the application for membership for review by the admissions committee.

How is bdla involved with students and early career professionals?

All documents for your junior membership

Here you will find information for your junior membership. Select your state group - either by residence or study location - and download the documents.

State Association Baden-Wuerttemberg

The annual membership fee is 25 Euro for students and 75 Euro for graduates. Junior members will receive a pro-rata refund of any membership fee already paid for the current year if they become a full or associate member.

Bavarian State Association

Membership is possible during studies and up to three years after graduation. The annual fee for students is 25 Euro and 100 Euro after graduation.

Berlin-Brandenburg regional group

Membership is possible during studies and up to three years after graduation. The annual membership fee for students and in the first calendar year after graduation is 31 Euro. The annual membership fee for the second calendar year after graduation is 62 Euro and 82 Euro for the third calendar year. Junior members will receive a pro-rata refund of any membership fee already paid for the current year if they become a full or associate member.

Hamburg regional group

Membership is possible during studies and until three years after graduation. The annual membership fee is 60 Euro.

Regional Association of Hesse

The annual membership fee is 25 Euro for students and 75 Euro for graduates. Junior members will receive a pro-rata refund of any membership fee already paid for the current year if they become a full or associate member.

Regional Group Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania

Regional Association Lower Saxony Bremen

Membership is possible during studies and up to three years after graduation. The annual membership fee for students is 25 Euro, from the first calendar year after graduation 75 Euro.

North Rhine-Westphalia regional group

Membership is possible during studies and until three years after graduation. The annual membership fee is 63 Euro.

Regional Group Rhineland-Palatinate/Saarland

The annual fee for students is 30 Euro, the annual fee from January 1st of the calendar year after graduation is 50 Euro.

State Association of Saxony

The annual fee for students is 25 Euro and for graduates 75 Euro per calendar year.

Saxony-Anhalt Regional Group

Regional Group Schleswig-Holstein

Regional Association Thuringia

The annual membership fee is 25 Euro for students and 50 Euro for working junior members in the 1st to 3rd calendar year after graduation. Junior membership is possible until three years after graduation.

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