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Advancement to fellowship regulations archive

Members who wish to apply for fellowship must satisfy these conditions.

Advancement to Fellowship Regulations. Effective from 1st January, 2010 - 5 March 2012.


An Associate may apply to become a Fellow of ICAEW pursuant to clause 7(b) of the Supplemental Charter, provided such Associate has been a member for a continuous period of not less than ten years. The Committee may require such Associate to provide such additional information and evidence as it sees fit including evidence as to Continuing Professional Development (CPD) as appropriate which the said Associate has undertaken, and of any disciplinary findings or orders against the said Associate or of any disciplinary proceedings outstanding, and a failure without reasonable cause to provide such information or evidence may be a ground for refusing the application.


The Committee may in its absolute discretion vary or waive the requirements of regulation 1 in respect of an Associate whose period of membership of ICAEW, commencing on or after 1 July 1978, has not been continuous but in aggregate has not been less than ten years, if the Committee is satisfied, in all the circumstances of the case, of the Associate's fitness to become a Fellow.


Power of variation


The Committee shall have the power to vary or waive the above regulations.