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House of Wisdom Launches Annual Membership Packages

Unlimited Learning with the House of Wisdom’s Annual Membership

The House of Wisdom (HoW) has created a unique opportunity for the UAE community to access world-class sources of knowledge and spaces to bring their imaginations to life by offering annual membership packages. These packages provide uninterrupted access to world-class sources of knowledge and entertainment throughout the year.

Members will have access to the entire collection of HoW’s world-class physical and digital resources for 12 months, and depending on the membership grade, can borrow books for up to three weeks. HoW’s digital library can also be accessed from the comfort of one’s home or on the go on the HoW app downloadable on both iOS and Android devices. 

The Standard Membership comes with a host of features and benefits. Members can borrow up to 12 books for 15 days and enjoy access to all e-resources in the library, this 12-month package will allow members to enjoy a 10% discount on all HoW programmes as well as at their gift stores. HoW’s futuristic meeting pods which are curated for both official or study group gatherings can also be booked at a discounted rate. 

In addition to all Standard Membership benefits, Premium package members will enjoy private access to HoW’s halls, each uniquely designed taking inspiration from notable figures. A 15% discount on HoW’s Espresso Book Machine service will mean the member can get a book printed, cover to cover, in a matter of minutes. They will also have VIP access to the various exhibitions at HoW. They will be invited to special events and enjoy free meeting pod bookings twice a year, depending on availability.

Additionally, premium membership allows one to borrow up to 20 books for 21 days, and enjoy a massive 20% off on all the exciting programmes HoW organises to stimulate learning, new discoveries and experiences.

HoW offers students a 20% discount on membership for students. To avail the discounts, students must provide their student ID at the time of registration.

Those interested can become members via an easy online registrations process at https://register.houseofwisdom.ae/.

 

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