Graduate Statistician (GradStat) membership is for those with a statistics-based degree or a degree with significant statistics content – including theory, methods and practice. It's for those who want to further their statistical career towards CStat and demonstrate to employers their commitment to best practice and ethical conduct.
In addition to the benefits enjoyed by fellows, GradStats also get:
- Use of GradStat post-nominal designation and digital badge
- Access to the Society’s GradStat mentoring scheme
- The opportunity to apply for a mid-term assessment where the Society provides feedback on your development
- Networking opportunities through the Professional Statisticians’ Network
- Further discounts on fees for Society conferences, events and courses.
How to become a GradStat:
You will need to join as a fellow first. To gain GradStat status you will need one of the following:
- A UK honours degree (class 2.2 or above) and/or higher degree
- An appropriate overseas degree (an MSc may be required)
- The Graduate Diploma of the Society.
For more information see our GradStat page or download the Notes for guidance for GradStat applicants (PDF).
£152 - Full rate, pay annually
£142 - Full rate, pay by Direct Debit*
£76 - Concessionary rate, pay annually
£71 - Concessionary rate, pay by Direct Debit*
*Direct Debit is available on UK bank accounts only
Further details of our concessionary rates are available on our Fees page