Changes to membership fees

13th May 2013


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IEMA

After a three-year freeze on membership fees, a below-inflation increase will apply to the renewal of some membership levels from 1 June 2013

Annual renewal rates for Affiliate, Associate, Full and Fellow membership grades will rise by £10.75 on average. Fees for Student and Graduate renewals are unaffected to ensure that the Institute continues to welcome and retain emerging environmental talent. The table below provides details of the new fees as well as associated changes to the administration fees for the Chartered environmentalist qualification.

Members whose annual renewal payment is due in June will have already received their renewal advice with details of the updated fee.

Full details of the new fees can be found at iema.net, together with a list of frequently asked questions that may help with any queries regarding the change in prices.

Membership type Annual renewal fee
Student £50
Graduate £50
Retired/concessionary £50
Affilliate £110
Associate £145
Full £145
Fellow £145
Chartered environmentalist (renewals administration fee) £10 +VAT
Society for the Environment fee for Chartered environmentalist £37.50 +VAT

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