Who is it for?
Student membership is free and open to any full-time or part-time student aged 16 or over who has an interest in project management. Those on project management apprenticeships are also eligible to apply. At this developmental stage of your career, the focus is on learning, so we have designed Student membership to support your thirst for knowledge. Become a Student member for free to instantly take advantage of our online resources to aid your studies.
How to apply
Simply fill in your contact details and confirm the course or scheme you are on.
Annual subscription: Free
MSc Project Management, University of Westminster
My greatest achievement has been writing an informative and well researched dissertation that shed light on the importance of strategic and systems thinking to project management to ensure project success. I enjoyed attending the APM conference and I will be attending further events in the future - the networking and information attained was beneficial. It was great that I was able to attend thanks to the Student member discount I received. I will also apply for a more senior membership upon completion of my degree. I look forward to contributing practically to projects in the near future.
- Knowledge resources
With the APM online library you have a wealth of information at your fingertips. Access members-only book downloads and deepen your knowledge across a broad range of topics such as programme management, governance, risk and earned value.
- Project journal
Supplement your learning with the Project journal archive, containing intriguing case studies, leading research and debate from the past five years of the journal’s
- Digital badge
You will receive an APM digital membership badge to display on your social networking profile and CV, which will demonstrate to peers and potential employers your commitment to the profession.
- Networking at events
Start building your network now. Student members receive discounted access to APM events, which are great opportunities to learn, meet influential figures and explore new ways of thinking and working.
- Involvement in APM Specific Interest Groups (SIGs)
Join your nearest APM Branch and any APM SIGs so that you do not miss out on events and news in your local area and field of interest. The 15 APM SIGs include Portfolio Management, Risk Management and Women in Project Management. Many of these SIGs lead interactive learning sessions at our annual event, APM Presents.
- Discount on APM qualifications
Student members receive discounts on the suite of APM qualifications. Use these to demonstrate your competence to employers.