Only undergraduate, Honours and Masters students in a chemistry-related course in Australia are eligible for RACI Student membership. If you are a PhD candidate, you will need to apply for Postgraduate Student membership.
RACI Student Membership will provide you with invaluable support and resources to help you develop towards becoming a qualified chemistry professional.
You are joining a network of over 6,000 chemistry professionals in Australia and overseas and being part of a prestigious and world renowned institute.
Professional Development and Recognition
As an RACI Member, you are eligible for National, State and Divisional Student Awards and funding opportunities.
Subscription to Chemistry in Australia
You will have online access to monthly issues of Chemistry in Australia, the RACI’s member magazine.
Reduced Rates at RACI-sponsored Events and Conferences
Student Members are eligible for full member benefits at a reduced rate at all RACI sponsored conferences and many events.
RACI Member Directory
Our member directory provides the opportunity to network with chemistry professionals in Australia and internationally.
State Branches run programs of events meeting a range of local needs including education, industry, professional development and social events.
Special Interest Networks
Divisions are special interest groups which aim to promote and advance their individual areas of chemistry in a member community.
RACI Student Membership is for students studying a chemistry-related course at an undergraduate, Honours or Masters level in Australia.
If you have completed studying your chemistry degree, you are now eligible to become a full member (MRACI).
If you continue on to postgraduate study, you are eligible to upgrade to a Postgraduate Student membership.
Acceptance as an RACI Member is based upon the recommendation of the RACI Assessment Committee.
RACI Student Membership is $25 per financial year.
Please select the appropriate type from the options below:
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