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Membership fees 2018

The Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS) Assembly has agreed a 2.6% inflation linked increase in membership fees for 2018. This year, the Society used the Consumer Price Index (2.6% in June) to calculate the rise, rather than the higher Retail Price Index (3.5% in June) used previously. 

The new membership subscriptions that will take effect on 1 January 2018 are detailed in schedule 1 below. Any member who wishes to comment to the Assembly on the fee changes is asked to do so by Friday 27 October 2017. Comments should be sent to president@rpharms.com.

Schedule 1

Membership fees 2018

Standard feesFeeReduced fee for annual direct debit

Fellow, member, pharmaceutical scientist, associate

£207

£197

Preregistration associate

£76

£73

 

Discounted feesFeeReduced fee for annual direct debit

Member – first year after qualification

£103

£98

Member – second year after qualification

£155

£148

Fellow, member, pharmaceutical scientist, associate:

·        Maternity leave

·        Retired

·        Not working

·        Long-term illness

 

£76

£76

£76

£76

 

£73

£73

£73

£73

Overseas member

£109

£104

Student studying for GB pharmacy degree

£0

£0

Student studying for non-GB pharmacy degree

£51

£49

Honorary Fellow, honorary member

£0

£0

This story was edited on 21 August 2017 to state that in previous years the retail price index was used to calculate the percentage increase in member fees.

Citation: The Pharmaceutical Journal DOI: 10.1211/PJ.2017.20203403

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