In order to undertake any ICM examination candidates must be Registered ICM Student Members.
Student Membership can be obtained by completing the appropriate Student Registration Application form and returning the form and the Student Registration Fee to the Institute. Details of Student Registration Fees can be found here.
The Student Registration Fee is valid for one year and can be renewed annually.
Important Note: All students wishing to register for any ICM Diploma programme or above MUST complete and attach an Academic History form to their Student Registration form. Copies of all qualifications and Awards obtained by the student must also accompany the Academic History form.
The Academic History form is used to ensure that students are qualified to commence their studies at the Level they have selected.
Course/Level Entry Requirements
ICM professional programmes are structured in ‘Levels’. These Levels are designed to provide a structured and progressive level of knowledge.
All students are required to commence their studies at the Diploma Level of all programmes unless they are able to claim subject-for-subject or Level exemptions.
Subject-for-subject exemptions can be applied for if the student has (a) been examined, in the subject, by another recognised Awarding body and (b) has passed the examination/s set by the alternate body.
The Institute operates an ‘Open Entry’ policy in respect of most of its Diploma Level vocational programmes, subject to appropriate work experience, but prospective students should note that the following qualifications are recommended for those wishing to undertake ICM Diploma Level programmes: