Benefits of Individual Membership

  • Forum for networking and communication between members, branch membership, events and specialist groups
  • Technical publications such as: Underwater Technology, the members’ quarterly journal comprising technical papers and reports covering the wide range of marine science and technology interests; more than 40 volumes of conference proceedings in the series Advances in underwater technology, ocean science and offshore engineering
  • Programme of events including an extensive schedule of conferences, seminars, evening meetings, visits to places of technical interest and training courses
  • Substantial discount off all publications, events and advertising
  • Specialist groups covering: diving and submersibles, scientific diving, underwater robotics, subsea engineering, offshore site investigation, environmental forces and physical oceanography, ocean resources, government liaison, education and training and salvage and decommissioning
  • Subsea Engineering Register of specialists
  • Student sponsorship through the Educational Support Fund scholarship grants
  • Careers information in a pack of fact sheets – Oceans of Opportunity.

 

Individual Membership requirements

Full Member

Full membership offers all benefits and voting rights. Applicants should either:

either

  • be aged over 21 years
  • show a professional interest or experience in the field of underwater technology
  • be a graduate of a recognised university or hold a diploma from a recognised engineering institution or a qualification of comparable status in a relevant branch of science or technology

or

  • hold a post of responsibility in the field of underwater technology for not less than three years.

Fellow (elected only)

Fellows must be elected by SUT Council and should:

  • be aged over 33 years
  • be a member of SUT for at least 2 years
  • be engaged for at least 3 years in a senior position of responsibility in a branch of underwater technology
  • be identified with the long–term interests of the Society and the achievement of its objectives.

Student Member

Student membership offers the same benefits as Associate membership at a special rate. Applicants should:

  • be aged over 17 years
  • be intending to be engaged in the field of underwater technology or in a field of engineering, industry, science or teaching connected directly or indirectly with underwater technology
  • be able to provide confirmation of undergoing full–time education.

To join SUT

If you need help, please e–mail the Membership Secretary for more information, jane.hinton@sut.org

Corporate Membership

Details of Corporate Membership are available from J Hinton, the Membership Secretary.
e  jane.hinton@sut.org