Individuals who reside in a country which does not have a national FENS member society can apply for individual membership and enjoy an extensive package of benefits.
Note: you cannot become an individual member of FENS if you reside in a country where there is a FENS society. You can check the full list of national member societies by visiting the membership section – if your national society is a member of FENS, please apply for membership through a FENS society instead.
Individual membership rates
|Membership type||Annual fee||Description|
|Regular||€132,00||Scientists who are affiliated with a research performing institution or company.|
|Student||€71,50||Individuals pursuing a research career through enrollment in a degree granting institution (PhD and MSc). Proof of enrollment is required. Student members automatically become regular members during the year following graduation.|
|Emeritus||€55,00||Scientists with an emeritus status at their institution.|
Members in countries with developing economies
Members residing in a country with a developing economy, as defined by the World Bank criteria, are eligible for discounted individual member rates.
|Country type*||Fee reduction (%)||Annual membership fees (2023)|
|Low income economies||90%||€13,20||€6,60||€5,50|
|Middle income economies||60%||€52,80||€28,60||€18,70|
*source: Data Worldbank