Membership Grades and Fees

Overview

We are keen to welcome new members from the following groups:-

– Current electronics professionals
– Retired electronics professionals
– Teachers of electronics at school, college and university
– Students of electronics at school, college and university
– Electronics enthusiasts

The Institution is constituted of:-

– Corporate members: Fellows, Members and Associate Members
– Non-corporate members: Companions, Associates, Graduates and Students

 

The qualifications, post-nominals and fees for the various grades of membership are as follows:-

  • FELLOWS  (F.Inst.E) – entrance fee of £30.00 and an annual subscription of £40.00
  • MEMBERS  (M.Inst.E) – entrance fee of £30.00 and an annual subscription of £40.00
  • ASSOCIATE MEMBERS  (A.M.Inst.E.) – entrance fee of £30.00 and an annual subscription of £40.00
  • COMPANIONS  (Comp.Inst.E.) – entrance fee of £30.00 and an annual subscription of £30.00
  • ASSOCIATES  (A.Inst.E.) – entrance fee of £30.00 and an annual subscription of £30.00
  • GRADUATES  (Grad.Inst.E.) – entrance fee of £30.00 and an annual subscription of £30.00
  • STUDENTS – entrance fee of £10.00 and an annual subscription of £10.00
  • ADMISSION/UPGRADING VIA A THESIS OR DISSERTATION

Honorary Members shall prefix the abbreviation “Hon.” to the above-quoted abbreviation for their appropriate grade.

SUBSCRIPTIONS and the FINANCE ACT, Section 16, 1958.

The Commissioners of Inland Revenue have approved the Institution of Electronics for the purposes of Section 16, Finance act, 1958, and that the whole of the annual subscription paid by a member who qualifies for relief under that Section will be allowable as a deduction from his or her emoluments assessable to income tax deductions under Schedule E.

A Member who is entitled to the tax relief should apply to his or her tax office for form P.358 on which to make a claim for relief due to him or her.

Each Member’s liability in the event of winding up or dissolution of the Institution is limited to the sum of one pound.