What is required?
There are many routes that can be offered to meet this standard, including a combination of academic awards, vocational qualifications and experiential learning through work competence includes the knowledge, understanding and skills that underpin performance.
Applicants need to demonstrate their competence across five areas by providing examples from your working life, usually within the last five years. Once registered, you must maintain your status through meeting continuing professional development (CPD) requirements each year. Find out more about the competencies for CSci on the Science Council's website.
How to apply
If you think you meet the criteria for CSci/CMarSci registration complete an online application or download a form below.
Your application will consist of
- A completed application form signed by your referee
- Your CV
- A professional development report (refer to the guidance below)
- Photocopies of your academic certificates
- Registration fee