Fellowship is available to members who wish to continue their studies to an advanced level, or to specialise in a particular actuarial field. They will need to pass further specialist exams to qualify as a Fellow.
Fellowship carries the designation FIA (Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries) or FFA (Fellow of the Faculty of Actuaries)
Fellows have the right to vote on matters affecting the future of the profession and the opportunity to be involved in membership forums, events and research.
Some actuarial jobs have UK statutory requirements which can only be completed by a Fellow
Find out more about this on the Practising Certificates page.
To become a Fellow you must complete the following:
Core Principles subjects (CS1-2, CM1-2 and CB1-3) either by examination or exemption
Core Practices subjects (CP1-3) either by examination or exemption
Two Specialist Principles (SP) subjects either by examination or exemption
One Specialist Advanced (SA) subject by examination or dissertation
Professional Skills Course (if you have not yet taken this course you must do so within 12 months of becoming a Fellow)
Further information on modules, including the syllabus and specimen papers, can be found under Curriculum 2019.
Once you have met all the requirements we will contact you with instructions on how to register as a Fellow.
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