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Students of Architecture who are currently enrolled in, or on a year out from, courses that are currently accredited by the RIAI or currently listed in Annex V.5.7.1 of Directive 2005/36/EU are eligible for student membership of the RIAI.
Students of Architectural Technology who are currently enrolled in, or on a year out from, courses that are currently accredited by the RIAI are eligible for student membership of the RIAI.
Why become a RIAI Student Member?
Get access to:
- The RIAI member e-newsletter, which provides a wealth of information on the profession, including competitions, events, jobs, and more;
- The members’ section of RIAI website, which contains a wide range of resources that will help you develop your career including practice notes, information on conservation, sustainability, accessibility, BC(A)R, and more;
- The RIAI Good Practice Guide for free;
- Architecture Ireland online.
Get advice on:
- Employment and careers;
- Working abroad;
- Preparing for RIAI Registration and Membership.
There is no annual charge for RIAI Student Membership. Membership runs from the year of admission to the anticipated year of completion of your studies, which means you don’t have to renew your membership every year. Renewal will be possible for those who do not complete their studies by the anticipated date.