Student Membership

Who can become a Student Member of IChemE?

If you're studying a chemical engineering (or a related subject) at undergraduate level you can join online and start enjoying the benefits of Student Membership today.

Postgraduate students can join as an Affiliate or Associate Member. To find out which grade is right for you visit IChemE's membership pages.

What do I get?

Benefits of membership include:

    • digital subscription to The Chemical Engineer magazine for the latest news and in-depth articles, plus free smartphone/tablet app
    • online access to Knovel e-library containing over 300 chemical engineering titles, databases and problem-solving tools
    • access to a powerful network of contacts via regional and technical special interest groups, interactive webinars and a lively social media community
    • two free e-books: Data for chemical engineering students - essential concepts, principles and formulae and Communication skills guide for scientists and engineers 
    • improved career prospects and earning potential*
    • straightforward online recording of training and development via mycareerpath
    • global recognition as a Chartered Chemical Engineer or Professional Process Safety Engineer
    • preferential rates for IChemE conferences, courses, journals and books
    • discounts on everyday personal and business needs with IChemE Advantage**  

How much will it cost?

A one-off fee will cover your membership subscription for the duration of your degree. The cost will vary depending on your location:

UK and Ireland: £25 
Malaysia:  RM70
Australia:  $60 
New Zealand:  $50 
Rest of the world:  £25 
India:  contact the Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers for more info 
South Africa: contact The South African Institution of Chemical Engineers for more info 

Join online now 


*IChemE's regular salary survey shows that on average, UK Chartered Members in their early 30s earn £10,000/y more than their non-Chartered peers.

**Benefits vary according to the country of residence. 

 

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