- Architects Sweden in English
- How to become a member
- Membership fees
What does it cost to be a member of Architects in Sweden? These fees apply from 1 January 2023.
Fees for professional members
Full payment: SEK 342 per month.
Connected to FöretagarService (business service) for self-employed architects and owners of architecture firms: SEK 171 per month. Become a member.
Fee for student members
SEK 25 per month. Become a student member.
Fee after graduation
SEK 171 per month (valid for 1 year after the date of graduation, your Master’s degree).
Fee for overseas members
SEK 171 per month. Apply for overseas membership
Fees for senior members
Senior member, working: SEK 228 per month
Senior member, over 65 and not working: SEK 114 per month
Senior member, 75 years or older: SEK 83 per month
Senior architects who have retired from professional activity are eligible for a reduced membership fee. To be eligible, please contact our membership administrative office.
Fees for passive members
SEK 114 per month. Apply for passive membership
The reduced fee for 2023 is SEK 114 per month for those with an income below four price base amounts (”prisbasbelopp” in Swedish – an amount set annually by the government, based on the Consumer Price Index, CPI). For those who have an income between 4–8 price base amounts, the reduced fee is SEK 228 per month.
The reduced fee for 2023 is based on annual expected income. All income counts, including, for example, social security, sick and parental leave benefits. If you are connected to Företagarservice, you are not eligible for a reduced fee. Apply for a reduced fee
Local association fee
Active members (registered in Sweden) belong to a local association and therefore also pay a local association fee. Students belong to a student department that does not charge fees.
The local association tax is determined by the individual local associations and finances locally run activities. More information about the local associations
Pay by direct debit ”autogiro”
The easiest way to pay your fee is via direct debit (”autogiro” in Swedish). You can also receive your bill via e-invoice (”e-faktura”). Paying via direct debit or e-invoice avoids the supplementary invoicing fee of SEK 25 which is added to invoices sent via regular post or digital mail app Kivra.
You can register for direct debit via the link below. E-invoices are set up via your internet bank.