Membership is by annual subscription fee - this fee is non-refundable and non transferable once membership has been activated. New members also pay a one off admission fee of £55 - this fee is non-refundable.
|Grade||UK||UK (direct debit)||Overseas|
|Student||Student membership is free to those studying a CIPR-recognised degree course. Students on other courses pay £35 for membership to 30 September 2015.|
More than two of you?
If at least three people from the same organisation join at the same time we will waive the £55 joining fee, saving at least £165. Applications should arrive at the CIPR together and each application should carry the promotion code 'CIPR3'. Membership is still awarded on a individual basis. This offer applies to new members only.
More than 10 of you? If you are joining or renewing at least 10 individuals from the same organisation, please email email@example.com to discuss our bespoke memberships scheme.
Payment breaks and discounts
We aim to support our members throughout their careers and across career breaks. We offer a range of membership payment plans designed to help existing members keep up their membership and accreditations during maternity, paternity or adoption leave, part-time working, unemployment and retirement. If you are an existing member, please contact the membership team to discuss your membership options.
Your membership subscription is tax deductible if you pay it yourself. Include your membership subscription in your annual tax return or write to your tax office with details of your subscription so that your tax code can be adjusted.
iprovision voluntary contributions
iprovision is the CIPR's benevolent fund, meeting the needs of those members who are seriously ill, experiencing hardship or without work. Members are asked each year if they would like to pay an additional discretionary payment of £10 towards the Institute's benevolent fund. Members receiving support from iprovision, the CIPR's benevolent fund, are exempt from the membership fee. To request support from iprovision, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. All communication is treated confidentially.
How to pay
You can pay your joining fee by credit card or cheque (details below).
You can pay your annual subscription by:
- Direct Debit - and save £20 on your membership subscription*
- Cheque - payable to the CIPR, with your name on the back
- Credit or debit card - phone the membership team on 020 76316900
- Bacs - use your membership number or invoice number as your transaction reference
*Discount available only to UK members paying a full subscription rate.