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College fees

College subscription fees and charges for July 2022 to June 2023 (the 2022 – 2023 financial year) are listed below.  All fees are charged and payable in Australian currency, except where otherwise stated.

* With the exception of training and examination fees, GST applies to fees payable by residents of Australia. Where GST is applicable, the figures displayed below are GST-inclusive.

  • Fellows
  • FACEM Trainees
  • Other members
  • Certificate, Diploma and Advanced Diploma trainees
  • Specialist International Medical Graduates (SIMG) trainees
  • DipPHRM Training Program Fees
  • Other Fees

Do you want to know where your College fees were spent last financial year? Take a look at the Financial Report.

Key payment dates

Fee type

Invoice date

Due date

Fellow annual subscription

June

31 July

Trainee annual training fee

1 November

1 January

Educational affiliate annual subscription

June

31 July

Certificant, Diplomate and Advanced Diplomate annual subscription

June

31 July

SIMG annual registration

1 June

31 July

Non-member CPD

1 June

31 July

For more information on fees and payments please contact [email protected].

College Budgets

The College sets its budget on a financial year basis, running July to June. Budgets are developed with consideration to the ongoing provision and refinement of core College education and training activities, as well as new initiatives and necessary capital expenditure. As part of the annual budgeting process, membership subscriptions and other fees are reviewed.  The College estimates expenditure associated with providing functions for Fellows, other members, trainees and SIMGs on a financial year basis. Once estimated expenditure has been derived, fees are set in consideration to the funds required to enable a cost-recovery basis to enable the College to deliver its services.   

Budgets are created in consultation with internal stakeholders such as executive directors, managers and staff, and consider the College’s activities and work plans for the year in the context of prevailing social and economic environments. Once a budget has been created it is considered by the College’s Finance and Risk Committee before it is recommended to the ACEM Board for consideration and approval. 

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