The Academic membership category is for lecturers or researchers of translation, interpreting or languages, from any UK or international university, or other tertiary education establishment.
Benefits of Academic membership:
Keep up-to-date with the latest industry news to help guide the translators and interpreters of the future as they start out on their careers
Be part of a supportive, professional community promoting a rapidly evolving industry
Demonstrate your commitment to quality and the highest professional standards
|Student, Affiliate, Project Manager, Academic, Supporter
|Qualified MITI, Fellow FITI
|Bulletin print version1
|Continuous membership logo
|Free monthly live webinars
|Access to Webinar library
|CPD log and Certificate
|Exclusive member rates on Events and training
|ITI Networks3 and mentoring schemes
|Discounts on products and services
(e.g. IT, insurance, accountancy, training and publications)
|Monthly Update newsletter
|Student and Affiliate Bursary scheme
|MITI or FITI
|Experian credit checks
|ITI Directory listing
|ISO 17100 Qualified status
1 The print version of the Bulletin is not available to Students. Other categories on the Standard or Enhanced benefits package need to opt in to receive the print version.
2 Access to webinar recording for 30 days after the live event, and access to all recordings of webinars that took place more than 12 months ago.
3 Some ITI Networks charge additional membership fees and offer mentoring schemes. ITI Network T&Cs apply.
As an Academic member, you will:
Receive a free subscription to our award-winning journal, ITI Bulletin, published six times a year
Boost your professional standing with your internationally recognised membership of ITI
Receive free monthly updates with the latest industry news and events
Have the opportunity to join the ITI Research network related to the translation and interpreting sector
Have access to My ITI for member-only content, such as our series of informative webinars
How do I apply?
A postgraduate degree in translation, interpreting, languages or related subject.
An Academic CV which includes information about your research papers, conferences, and funding, as well as your teaching/supervising experience.
A minimum of one reference demonstrating at least one year’s relevant working experience.
A one-off application fee of £60 is due when you submit your completed application.
The annual Academic membership fee is £117.
If you need further advice on becoming an Academic member, please contact us.