At present we have 900+ individual members, having started with 50 at our inaugural event at Shrivenham in September 1994. Members come from diverse backgrounds covering purchasers, system developers and academics. Industries represented include aerospace, automotive, defence, transportation, construction and telecommunications. A goal for the UK Chapter is to achieve a steady and sustained increase in the number of members, and to further broaden the base of that membership to include new industries.
If you undertake tasks which are characterised by the interaction of multiple factors across multiple domains, often exhibiting less obvious behaviour, you're either doing or need to be doing some Systems Engineering, and INCOSE exists to help you.
What are the benefits?
- A UK and world-wide forum for systems engineering
- UK Interest groups
- INCOSE Interest Groups and Working Groups
- A chance to influence the way Systems Engineering develops
- A chance to learn from other Systems Engineers
- A chance to compare your Systems Engineering with others'
- Regular newsletters from INCOSE and the UK Chapter
- Reduced rates for US and UK symposia
- Access to the Electronic INCOSE Journal
What would I be joining?
By joining the UK Chapter you also obtain full membership of INCOSE itself.
What does it cost?
- £120 per annum for Members paying by cheque or online
- £35 for student members.
- £70 per annum for Seniors paying by cheque or online
Individual members may qualify for a Senior category if they are at least 64 years of age the time of their membership renewal and have maintained their individual membership for the five membership years prior to applying for the Senior category. If you believe you may qualify for this rate please contact the INCOSE UK Secretariat.
To qualify as a student, members must be enrolled in full time education for at least three-quarters of the time in engineering or related fields.
Membership subscriptions are allowed for tax relief. The UK Chapter has been approved by HM Revenue & Customs under Section 201 Income and Corporation Taxes Act 1988, with effect from 6 April 2002.
If you want to join now, please use the new online membership system.