Our eStudent membership is for students who are studying for a biomedical science or related degree
For students who are studying on a biomedical science degree course. Out membership includes careers guidance and advice to help you become HCPC registered, as well as further qualification routes available post-graduation.
Benefits of eStudent membership
Expand your knowledge with:
- The Biomedical Scientist online
- a weekly roundup of key biomedical science news
- all the latest professional news, information and learning resources on the IBMS website
Develop your skills with:
- advice on placements and biomedical science tips and guides on our Careers website
- access to expert advice from our Advisory Panels
- saving money through our member discount scheme
Connect with our biomedical science professionals:
Find out more about the benefits of joining the IBMS here.
Who can join?
To be eligible for eStudent membership you must be:
- studying for an undergraduate degree in biomedical science
- studying for a post graduate degree in biomedical science (MSc, PhD)
- studying for an undergraduate or postgraduate degree related to biomedical science
- studying for A levels or in Further Education
To find out more about:
- eStudent membership
- who can join as an eStudent member
- renewing your membership, and
- what happens when you graduate
visit our eStudent FAQ page.
How to join
You can join online - all you need is a debit card.
Join now, select eStudent membership and register as an IBMS Website User to join online.
Being a member of the Institute is a good demonstration of engagement and proactivity within the industry and is an impressive addition to any placement application as an undergraduate.
On top of that, regular e-mails with a roundup of key Biomedical Science news and subscription to The Biomedical Scientist Online is included in the cost.
Access to the IBMS forums is one of the key reasons I have chosen to renew my subscription year after year. The forums are populated with Biomedical Scientists at all stages of their career, and by simply being a part of that online environment and getting involved in the discussion. I have learned so much about the day to day happenings in practice and made some hugely useful and helpful contacts.