- Summary of Membership Categories
- Current Membership fees
- Membership fees for New Members
- Further details of Membership Categories
- Ordinary membership; for academic staff, mathematicians in other occupations and all those with a deep commitment to mathematics and an interest in mathematical research.
- Reciprocity membership; for those not normally resident in the UK and who are also members of an overseas mathematical society having a Reciprocity agreement with the LMS.
- Associate membership; for postgraduates and early career mathematicians who are within three years of completing their PhD.
- Associate (Undergraduate) membership; for undergraduates studying for degrees in mathematical sciences.
Further details of each category are given below.
Current subscription rates:
- Ordinary (higher): £125.00
- Ordinary (middle): £102.00
- Ordinary (low): £83.00
- Reciprocity: £51.00
- Associate: £25.50
- Associate (Undergraduate): £12.75
Tiered Ordinary Membership rates for current and new members
The Society offers three tiers of Ordinary membership rates and members who pay the Ordinary membership rate can confirm online which membership rate they wish to pay based on whether their annual professional income falls within the following ranges:
- Above £65,000 per annum: Ordinary (high) member rate.
- Between £35,000-£65,000 per annum: Ordinary (middle) member rate.
- Up to £35,000 per annum: Ordinary (low) member rate
The Society will not collect any data on members’ actual professional income nor require proof of earnings. Instead, Ordinary members are asked to advise either via their online member record or the subscription form which tier of Ordinary membership subscription they will be paying. For members who pay by direct debit, we encourage you to update this information by 14 October 2022.
The Society offers a pro-rata of the full membership rate to new members based on their date of election to membership during the Membership Session, as shown below:
|Membership Type||Election Date between November - January - 100% of the full fee||Election Date between February - April - 75% of the full fee||Election Date between May - July - 50% of the full fee||Election Date between August - October - 25% of the full fee|
These fees cover membership from 1 November 2022 until 31 October 2023
Please note that the default subscription fee for all new Ordinary members will be Ordinary (Middle) member rate so members are asked to advise us of any changes at your earliest convenience. All members can amend their tier type via either their online member record or by completing and returning the subscription form.
Ordinary Membership is available to:
- Academic staff of a university or similar institution in the United Kingdom who are substantially engaged in teaching and research in mathematics (including all its diverse applications).
- Mathematicians in other occupations, whether or not they are currently employed, who have a higher degree in mathematics, or who use mathematics in their work at a comparable level, or whose work would benefit substantially from the Society's activities in promoting and extending mathematical knowledge.
- All those with a deep commitment to mathematics and an interest in mathematical research.
- Others whom Council considers to have contributed substantially to the objects of the Society.
Reciprocity Membership is available to:
- Members of some overseas Mathematical Societies who are not normally resident in the UK. They may join under the terms of various Reciprocity Agreements, although Council reserves the right to consider each application individually.
The organisations with whom the Society has agreements are:
Any mathematical society not appearing on the above list interested in entering into a reciprocity agreement should write to email@example.com
Associate Membership is available to:
- Early career mathematicians who are within three years of obtaining their PhD in mathematics (full-time equivalent and excluding any career breaks)
- Research students who are studying for a PhD in mathematics.
- Research students who are studying for a MSc in mathematics or a Masters degree with a significant mathematical content.
- Undergraduate students who are studying for a degree in mathematics or a degree with a significant mathematical content.
Council also has the authority to elect Honorary Members from distinguished mathematicians who are not normally resident within the United Kingdom.