Join us as a student member

As a student member you can choose between a free membership or a full membership. The free membership does not include member insurances, while the full membership gives you one of the best insurance packages on the market.
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By becoming a member, you confirm that you have read and accept the

Power of attorney

In order to approve your membership application with the trade union Kommunal, we need to receive a complete application. If you have not submitted a complete application, we will contact you to complete the application.

Once you have become a member of Kommunal, it is up to you to decide how you want to pay your membership fee. In cases where the membership fee is made through a salary deduction, you hereby give Kommunal permission to make such a deduction.  

If you do not opt out of Kommunal’s life insurance, you will join this scheme. You will receive more information about the insurance policies in your membership documents once your membership takes effect.

Processing of personal data 

The information you provide in this membership application is of such a nature that it constitutes or may constitute personal data under Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council. The purpose of the processing of these personal data is primarily to enable us to process your application and administer your membership with us. 

We also need to use the data in order to protect your interests in the labour market and in social life in general. 

Your data are also used to inform you about various issues related to your working conditions, trade union activities or the like, and to enable us to administer any studies and training courses and invoice and manage membership fees every month. 

We also need to be able to disclose the data for other work that we carry out within the context of our trade union activities. 

The processing of your personal data for basic trade union activities is based on the legal grounds of “fulfilling obligations” and “legitimate activities”, pursuant to the GDPR, Article 9, paragraph 2(b) and (d). Read more about the processing of personal data