Changes to renewals
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IEMA members are advised that from 1 June 2014 some membership renewal fees will be subject to a £2 increase
The change will be applied to Graduate and Affiliate, Associate, Full and Fellow memberships – student membership is exempt from the increase. Joining fees for new members will also alter from 1 June to ensure all annual fees are aligned.
Graduate renewals, which are always charged at a concessionary rate, will be £52 from 1 June. Affiliate renewals will be £112 and renewal for all professional levels – Associate, Full and Fellow – will cost £147. VAT is not applied to these membership subscriptions, so basic membership fees (excluding any specialist register or CEnv charges) will appear as detailed here on your next renewal.
This alteration to membership subscriptions is being applied to ensure IEMA can meet the costs associated with providing existing membership services and enable the Institute to invest in a new and extended programme of events, professional development opportunities and online accessibility.
Renewals due before 1 June will be charged at the current rate. All members whose renewals are due on or after 1 June will be advised in advance of their exact fee for their 2014/15 membership. Visit iema.net/membership-toolbox for full details of the membership fees and FAQs.
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