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Renew your Membership

Please sign in to renew your membership.

Click here to Renew Your Full Membership Online

Click here to Renew Your e-Membership Online

After signing in, go to 'My Invoices' in the sidebar, where you can pay securely online.

Other ways to pay:

  • Call us on +44 (0)20 7598 1503 to pay by card.
  • Pay by cheque, made out to SCI, and post to SCI, 14/15 Belgrave Square, London SW1X 8PS, UK
  • Complete a Direct Debit form and send it back to SCI (available to UK bank holders only)

Please note that due to a technical fault, you may not receive a confirmation email. We are working to resolve this fault as quickly as possible. If you do not receive the email or encounter any other problems, please contact us at: web@soci.org.

Membership Fees

Save with a Direct Debit

Make sure you never miss a payment and get a discount equivalent to a free month's membership every year if you pay by Direct Debit! Direct Debit payments are secure and protected by an immediate money back guarantee. Please note this is available to UK bank account holders only.

You will always be notified in writing, with 30 days' notice, when your payment will be taken. Complete a Direct Debit form and send it back to SCI.

Earning less than £18,500?

If you are presently out of a job or if your current annual income is less than £18,500, you may apply for a 50% reduction from the standard member subscription fee. (Please note that this saving is not available if you are currently subscribed at student rate or direct debit rate).

This concessionary rate is not available for online payment, so please contact us (details below) to request it.

Save money by claiming back tax

SCI membership is effectively viewed as a business tool, so tax laws in the UK allow you to apply for tax relief and claim back up to 40% of the fee.

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