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2018 APS Congress

The 2018 APS Congress will be held in Sydney from Thursday 27 to Sunday 30 September 2018

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Membership fee reductions

To support APS members experiencing significant variations in their financial circumstances, the APS provides a range of membership fee reductions.

You may be eligible for fee reductions if you are studying, have a reduced income for example associated with parental leave or health issues, have retired, or temporarily reside overseas.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander members

Are you an Affiliate, Associate Member, Member or Fellow of the APS and of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent?

You may be eligible for either a 50% or 25% reduction in membership fees, depending on you level of income. This reduction includes waiving the fee for one Interest Group and one College that you are a member of.

In recognition of the extensive kinship systems inherent to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities who provide substantial financial support to others, the income threshold is raised for AIPA members. 

Please see the following link if you would like to learn more about AIPA membership.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander reduction form

Fee reductions for new and recent graduates

Member - New Graduate

If you have completed your 5th and 6th year course requirements within 12 months of the date of application, you are entitled to a 50% discount of your membership fee.

Member, New Graduate application form

Member - Recent Graduate

If you have completed your 5th and 6th year course requirements between 12 and 24 months of the date of application, you are entitled to a 25% discount of your membership fee.

Member, Recent Graduate application form

Associate Member - New Graduate

If you have completed your 4th year course requirements within 12 months of the date of application, you are entitled to a 33% discount of your membership fee.

Associate Member, New Graduate application form

Reduced income

Are you an Affiliate, Associate Member, Member or Fellow on a reduced income due to parental leave, retirement, illness or financial hardship?

Depending on our level of income, you may be eligible for either a 50% or 25% reduction in membership fees. 

This reduction also includes waiving the fee for one Interest Group and one College that you are a member of.

Reduced income

Senior members with long-standing APS membership

50% reduction in membership

Are you an Affiliate, Associate Member, Member or Fellow, are 65 years or older (as at 31 May) and have held APS membership for at least 15 years?

You are eligible for an automatic 50% reduction in membership fees. This reduction also includes waiving the fee for one Interest Group and one College that you are a member of.

If you are not yet receiving the reduction, please contact membership@psychology.org.au.

75% reduction in membership

Are you an Affiliate, Associate Member, Member or Fellow, are 70 years or older (as at 31 May) and have held APS membership for at least 20 years?

You are eligible for an automatic 75% reduction in membership fees. This reduction also includes waiving the fee for one Interest Group and one College that you are a member of.

If are not yet receiving the reduction, please contact membership@psychology.org.au

Fee Reductions for students and provisional psychologists

Full time student

Are you an APS member^  and a full-time student of an APAC-accredited degree or a postgraduate research degree in psychology?

You are eligible for the APS student membership rate and the student rate for one College and one Interest Group.

Part time student / Provisional psychologist - reduced income

Are you an APS member^ on a reduced income and a part-time student of an APAC-accredited degree or a postgraduate research degree in psychology?

Are you an APS member^ and provisionally registered undertaking the 4 + 2 or 5 + 1 internship program?

You are eligible for the APS student membership rate and the student rate for one College and one Interest Group.

Student and provisional psychologist reduction form

^Affiliates, Associates, Members and Fellows

Temporary overseas residence

Are you an APS member and residing overseas on a temporary basis?

You are eligible for a 50% reduction in membership fees^.

Overseas reduction form

^to a maximum of five consecutive years