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CSP student membership fees

CSP student membership can cost as little as £39 per year - that's under 11p a day.

The student membership fee for CSP-accredited programmes is £39 per year and the amount you will need to pay depends on the total length of your programme: 

  • Two-year programme: £78
  • Three-year programme: £117
  • Four-year programme: £156

Payment options

There are three ways to pay:

  • Pay the full cost of student membership upfront for the whole of your programme (by direct debit or UK cheque)
  • Pay in annual instalments by direct debit
  • Pay in two equal instalments each year by direct debit

Please note:

  • If you choose to defer applying for membership, you will still have to pay the full amount for the duration of your programme (it is therefore wise to take up membership from the earliest point to gain access to the support, services and resources it provides).
  • if you should have to repeat a year (and therefore require the benefits of CSP student membership for a longer time period), you will need to pay for membership for that additional year
  • if you are required, or choose, to withdraw from a physiotherapy programme and have paid upfront and in full for student membership, we will refund payment for the year(s) for which you do not require CSP student membership
  • if you are required, or choose, to interrupt your physiotherapy studies and have paid upfront and in full for student membership, we will arrange for prospective payment for membership benefits to be held over until you resume your physiotherapy studies
  • if you choose not to take up CSP student membership, you will be required to pay a higher joining fee to the CSP when you graduate and seek qualified membership (the fee will be £195, compared with £20). It therefore makes sense to join the CSP as early as possible so you can access the full range of member benefits

Apply to join today.

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Last revised on

20 July 2016
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