Become a Student Member

Getting you off to a flying start!

What you'll get

 

A professional network

Student Membership gives you access to lots of ways to connect with other members, which is really important in a discipline as special as ours. Online and in-person events, discussion forums and groups make it easy for you to get in touch. You'll start to build relationships that will stand you in good stead for the future. Getting involved in CIEHF activities and events will get you noticed and help your chances of finding a great job when you've completed your studies.

Specialist knowledge

You'll have access to a wealth of material to enable you to learn more about the discipline, always important at this stage. Our member magazine, full of articles and news stories, our guidance and infographics, journal papers and on-demand webinars and Masterclasses are all available whenever you need them. The more you take on board about how human factors is applied and the impact it can make, the more you'll be able to put your theory into practice.

Support for your career

Our helpful and friendly community will support and guide you in all sorts of ways. With assistance from the CIEHF team whenever you need it, you can make the most of your membership. Start to get engaged with our groups through online meet-ups and our discussion forums and you'll find plenty of members who'll be only to happy to answer your questions. You'll also be in line to find out about graduate schemes and placements that will help you make the move into work.

 

All the benefits, one price

Pay by card or bank transfer, you choose.

£30

No application fee!

Being a member of the CIEHF has opened so many doors for me.

Ed Slipper

Student Member

 

Questions you might have

Do I have to be on a certain course to be a Student Member?

No, Student Membership is open to anyone on any course at any university!

What happens when I graduate?

If you're on a CIEHF-accredited course (a 'Qualifying Course'), you'll upgrade to Graduate Membership. If you're not on a Qualifying Course, you can become an Associate Member. Either way, you can, with sufficient skills and experience in human factors, become eligible to apply for either Technical Membership, or Registered Membership. Find out more about Graduate Membership. Find out more about Associate Membership.

Good to go?

If you're ready to join us as a Student Member, just hit the button!

 

Not for you just yet?

If you're still thinking about it, why not take a look around this site where you'll find plenty of information about human factors? If you join us, we'll be able to let you know what's going on, what's new and how we can support you. If you have any questions, just get in touch.