(MICS) - Membership is achieved by candidates passing
the Professional qualifying Examinations.
- Fellow are Members with sufficient seniority in the industry.
They are entitled to be called as a "Chartered Shipbroker".
- A fellow or Member who has retired from active shipping
business. This entitles retired members to all the ordinary
privileges of membership, including receipt of the Shipping
Network, except the right to vote or take part in the affairs
of the Institute. A reduced membership fee applies for the
- A retired person who has been a Fellow or Member of the
Institute of more than 25 consecutive years membership.
Applications are considered at Controlling Council annually.
- This category of membership is open to either:
Holders of the Foundation Diploma who do not intend immediately
to register for the Qualifying Examinations, or
Those who have completed the Qualifying Examination but
without the work experience requirement for an application
to Membership. The maximum time limit for this grade of
membership is five years.
person, registered with the Institute, may
apply to enter ICS Examinations
- apply for exemptions from ICS examinations on a case by
to become a Member
be eligible for election as an individual Member a person
shall comply with the following conditions:
Shall be not less than twenty-one yeas of age.
He/She shall have passed the Qualifying Examinations of
the Institute, or submitted an acceptable Dissertation in
lieu thereof, unless exempted therefrom under these Bye-Laws;
Shall have satisfied the Controlling Council that he or
whe is a fit and proper person to become a Member;
Upon successful election and payment or appropriate fee,
the candidate will receive a certificate stating that he
or she is a Member of the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers
and will thereafter be able to add the initials MICS after
his or her name. The certificate at all times remains the
property of the Institute and has to be returned if for
any reason the person ceased to be a Member (at which time
the right to be called as a Member will cease).
persons meeting the above conditions may apply for election
to become a Member of the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers