Membership Categories and Fees
All fees are annual.
There are nine categories of membership available:
|1||UK full membership, which includes a personal subscription to the British Journal of Criminology (BJC) & the Society’s Journal Criminology and Criminal Justice (CCJ).||£88.50|
|2||UK full (PhD) student membership or fully retired can enjoy membership inclusive of a personal subscription to the BJC & CCJ.||£76.50|
|3||UK associate (part-time PhD student membership or associate retired or those not in full-time employment membership) includes a subscription to the Society Journal CCJ.||£48.50|
|4||Overseas Full Membership (Economic North), which includes a personal subscription to the BJC and CCJ.||£99.00|
|5||Overseas Full Membership (Economic South), which includes a personal subscription to the BJC and CCJ.||£70.00|
|6||UK Graduate membership||£50.00|
|7||UK Individual undergraduate student (Please use your university email account when applying).||£30.00|
|8||UK Group undergraduate student||from £200|
|9||UK Group institutional||from £700|
Applicants interested in a group membership should be from a UK HEI, or a criminal justice related statutory or voluntary sector organisation. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for full details.
If you are a UK income tax payer, you can normally reclaim the income tax you have paid on your FULL individual BSC membership subscription as subscription to the BSC is a recognised expense by the HMRC – Click here for details
- NB: Associate retired or not in full-time employment membership excludes the BJC subscription.
- NB: Student membership is for UK students who are in undergraduate or postgraduate education – on occasion you may be asked to provide evidence of this.
Map of Economic North/South Divide