Academic year 2023/24
It was agreed at the Annual General Meeting (AGM) in May 2017 that the subscription rate going forward would be pegged to inflation (5.5% as of April 2022) and rounded to the nearest £25.
For corporate or professional institution membership categories, please contact us for a discussion.
UK higher education institutions – see table below.
|Staff numbers greater than or equal to||But less than||2023/24 rate (£)|
Method of calculation of staff numbers for university membership category
Given that universities have to submit a staff return officially to the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) each year, we use these data to both save our members a task and to ensure that our charging structure is consistently applied. 2023/24 rates will be based on the latest available data which is for academic year 2021/22. The staff definition we plan to use is as follows:
Academic Professional FTE with an open-ended or permanent contract (teaching only or teaching plus research) in cost centres: (115) General engineering, (116) Chemical engineering, (117) Mineral, metallurgy & materials engineering, (118) Civil engineering, (119) Electrical, electronic & computer engineering and (120) Mechanical, aero & production engineering.
If however, you have reason to believe that this method will result in incorrect calculation of your subscription banding, please contact us and we will discuss adjustment.