Becoming a Student Member

Why become a Student Member? 

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Further your path to qualification

As a student member you can enrol in Foundation, Actuary and Fellowship Program subjects. You also gain the ability to apply for exemptions. 

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Grow your network

Via networking at specialised Young Actuaries events, annual conferences, lunch time Insights sessions and more.

On top of building your technical knowledge and professional network you can join the mentor program to grow your leadership skills and your career.

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Access the latest industry innovations

Access to industry insights and Practice specific news from the Daily News Summary, Bulletin, Actuaries Digital Digest and more.

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Build your career

By subscribing to the Bulletin newsletter, you will gain access to the jobs board to find your next move. You will also hear about volunteering opportunities where you can work with senior actuaries and build your profile.

How to apply  

To apply you’ll need to submit a member application. You’ll also need the following:
  • A certified copy of your academic transcript for a tertiary qualification
  • Two referees to sign your member application

Application outcome

Student membership applications take 10 business days to process. You’ll receive an email confirmation when your application has been processed..

If you have any questions about membership, please contact Member Services.

Discounted membership

If you are currently enrolled full-time at university or earn up to $85,000 TRP, you may be entitled to a subsidised member fee.