How to Pay Membership Dues for New Members

Welcome New Members!

Use one of the links on this page to pay the NEW Membership fees VIA CREDIT CARD.

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1. All New members:

* Reduced Fee for full members of specified countries (according to the list published here) or postgraduate students (based on annual verification) € 50.

2. Only New European* members:

  • According to the ISST Statutes and the ISST’s Fees Regulation, from 2015 on all European* members in countries offering SEPA pay the first annual fee by credit card and are obliged to give the association a direct debit authorization from the second annual fee on.  All European* members will be debited directly via SEPA direct debit mandate (bank collection) at the end of January each year. Please do not hesitate to contact our Office to complete the required debit authorization form SEPA.

    Your account will then be debited with the membership fee for the second year:
    Full membership € 100, Full reduced* membership € 50 and Associate or supporting membership € 50.

  • The membership fee is determined by the general assembly. The particulars are set in the Financial Regulations. The membership fee is set in Euro and also has to be paid in Euro. Different rates of exchange have to be taken on by the member.

* List of the Countries that are considered to be European (SEPA)

 A Austria,
 B Belgium, Bulgaria
 C Cyprus, Czech Republic
 D Denmark
 E Estonia
 F Finland, France
 G Germany, Greece
 H Hungary
 I  Iceland, Ireland, Italy
 L  Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg
 M  Malta
 N  Netherlands, Norway
 Poland, Romania
 S  Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland
 U  United KingdomUnited Kingdom

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