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Subscription and application fees 2014
Non Direct Debit & Quarterly DD Payers
Annual Direct Debit Payers
Application fees (payable on first application)
Chartered Member (first-time applicants)
Chartered Member (Graduate Members upgrading)
You may apply for more than one category of membership at the same time, but if you do this, you will need to pay the application fee for each of the categories for which you apply (For example, if you are a new applicant for Chartered Membership and Associate Fellowship, you will need to pay £95.00 (£60 + £35) and also include your first year's subscription of £126.00.)
If you apply for Division Membership as well, you will need to add the subscription applicable to the Division and the Division grade for which you apply.
There are a number of ways that you can pay your membership fees, these include:
Direct Debit (UK bank accounts only)
Members who pay by annual direct debit will have their main subscriptions taken at the end of January and will receive a subscription reduction of £4.
The Society also offers quarterly installments, although if you choose to pay by this method you will not be eligible for the £4 reduction.
Notices of impending direct debits are sent out a minimum of two weeks before the payment is taken.
To set up a direct debit please complete and sign the Direct Debit Mandate, indicating whether you would prefer to pay annually or by quarterly instalments.
We now can set up direct debit payments over the phone. To take advantage of this new service, call +44 (0)1952 214 066.
If you wish to make payments by direct money transfer our bank account details are:
Royal Bank of Scotland
Account Number: 11226510
Sort Code: 16-23-21
Branch: Leicester Market Street
Swift Code: RBOS GB 2L
IBAN Number: GB09 RBOS 16232111226510
If you do transfer money into the Society's account, make sure that you inform our Subscriptions Department, with the date, amount and reference of the transaction.
Subscription fees for Society and Member Networks subscription fees can be paid online. Payments can be made by credit or debit card via a safe and secure system. You can only pay full annual subcriptions online, part payments are not possible.
To pay your subs online, go to our online payment facility.
Credit card, cheque and postal orders
You can contact the administration offices to pay by credit or debit card. Cheques and Postal Orders are also accepted when sent to the office with your application form or membership renewal remittance.
Overseas applications for e-Subscribers, Subscribers and Affiliates
World Bank classifications are applied to e-Subscriber, Subscriber and Affiliate fees, so if you are applying from overseas, please contact our Membership Team for the latest prices.
If you wish to cancel your Society membership contact our Membership Team at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you wish to cancel your membership to divisions, sections, faculties and special groups, you should contact the Subscriptions Department (tel +44 (0)195 221 4066)
Cancellations must be received before 1 February each year, otherwise you will be charged for a full year’s membership fee.
Payment due date
All membership subscriptions, fees and journal payments are due on 1 January each year.
Reductions to subscription fees
In some circumstances you may be eligible for reduced annual subscription rates (see forms below for details).
- Application for reduced subscription fees for retired members (Rule 21)
- Application for reduced subscription fees due to special circumstances (Rule 22)
- Application for reduced subscription fees for UK postgraduate students
The Inland Revenue has agreed to allow tax relief on all Society membership subscription fees, including Division, Section, Special Group and Journal payments.
For further information, go to our Income Tax relief page.
Membership is on an annual basis and no refunds will be given to members who resign during the year. If you wish to resign from membership you need to inform us by email or letter.
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