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Exam and other fees

You can find a list of fees for:

  • IFoA exams, 
  • Professional Skills Courses, 
  • CERA workshops, and
  • PPD final sign off

Along with fees for:

  • exam exemptions,
  • exam appeals, and
  • exam counselling

in the Exam fees and charges document below. 

Are you eligible to pay reduced fees for exams and other services?

If your income is less than £7,230.00 a year, regardless of where you live or work, you are eligible for reduced rate fees.

To receive the reduced fees you need to apply for the reduced membership subscription each year when you renew your membership. The reduced fee rate for exams and other education services will then be automatically applied to your exam entries and other services. 

Exam history letter fees

If you are a lapsed or resigned member of the IFoA and would like a copy of your exam history letter, please send your request to the Education Services Team at education.services@actuaries.org.uk along with your ARN (Actuarial Reference Number) and contact number so they can assist you further.  There is a charge of £25 for this service.

The fees and charges for our education services are set out in the document below.

These are for exams that you sit, and for other education services provided to you after 1 March 2020.

We regularly review our exam and other education service fees. 

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Contact Details

Education Services Team

education.services@actuaries.org.uk

Institute and Faculty of Actuaries, 1st Floor, Park Central, 40/41 Park End Street, Oxford, OX1 1JD

+44 01865 268207

We aim to respond to all enquiries within two working days.

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