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Becoming a graduate member

Congratulations on completing your undergraduate degree!

Your time as an undergraduate may be coming to an end, but we are still here for you.

Whether you’re planning a career in psychology, starting a postgraduate course or even if you aren’t sure what you want to do yet, graduate membership can help you along the way.

Because you’re still a student member, you won’t need to pay to upgrade your membership until you receive your renewal notice.

After that, you can remain a graduate member for half the usual price. It’ll cost just £70.80 per year for the next five years and you don’t have to pay an application fee.

If you are continuing your studies, we also offer reduced rates for postgraduate students.

  • Stand out from the crowd with the title MBPsS after your name

  • Continue learning with discounted access to our CPD courses

  • Boost your postgraduate studies with free access to our archive of academic journals

  • Build your professional network by attending our events and conferences, joining a member network or collaborating on our new online community, Member Connect

  • Stay up to date with the latest psychology news and research with your copy of The Psychologist Magazine and regular email updates

View the full range of benefits available to Graduate Members

If you’ve achieved at least a 2:2 in an undergraduate degree that’s accredited by us or have completed an accredited conversion course, you can become a graduate member.

It’s easy to upgrade your membership using our online portal. You just need to complete the application form and upload your degree certificate and transcript.

Once we’ve got your application, our membership team will process it for you. This will take around ten working days.

If your application is approved, the team will request the appropriate membership subscription and any member network, fee(s).

If you’re having problems upgrading your membership, please contact our membership team on [email protected]

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