MARS Membership

MARS: Membership and Accredited Recognition Scheme

MARS: Membership & Accredited Recognition Scheme

The Graduate school has launched a scheme called MARS, Membership Accreditation and Recognition Scheme, whereby postgraduate students can achieve Registered Scientist status, full Membership of a Professional Body or Chartered status.

MARS was co-founded by Dr Alastair McIntosh and Dr Janet De Wilde. Dr Alastair McIntosh is now an adviser to the scheme. The current directors are Dr Janet De Wilde and Dr Paul Seldon

Currently the scheme is only open to postgraduate students to achieve designations and membership at the Royal Society of Chemistry​.

However we are working closely with Royal Society of Biology and the Institute of Physics.

 

Membership

Membership

For more information about registration for professional awards or professional membership currently available via MARS, please view the information available via the following links:

MARS Membership

Courses

Courses

A full list of the Graduate School courses available for students to attend are listed below:

Information on the mandatory, optional and recommended courses for each designation are mapped against required professional attributes:

Further information about provision available to all postgraduate students is available on our 'Student' webpages.

Registration

Registration

To participate in MARS, postgraduate students need to register with the scheme and record their attendance at Graduate School courses, as well as undertaking work in their discipline (master’s project or doctoral research work).

To register as a mentee please complete the SharePoint registration form, giving the following information:

  • Full name
  • RSC Membership number (if applicable)
  • Year of Study/Type of study
  • Supervisors name
  • Up to date CV

Students will be assigned a mentor for the scheme.

Anyone wishing to be a mentor should complete SharePoint mentor registration form