New Membership Grades have now been introduced, so now “Everyone can join”!
Following approval by the Mauritius Registrar of Associations given on 6th January 2015, the Aeronautical Society of Mauritius now offers some additional grades of membership, which can be applied for by downloading and completing the AESM Application Form from this website. The Membership Committee will examine your aeronautical qualifications and experience and allocate the appropriate membership grade.
Membership in the year 2015 and thereafter now consists of:
Fellows (FAeSM), Members (MAeSM), Associate Members (AMAeSM) and also Graduates, Students and individual Affiliates.
For full details of the requirements for each grade please see “GRADING” or contact a member of the AeSM Council.
FEES: The annual subscriptions have been kept at a very reasonable level, and are as follows:
|Grade||MUR (per annum)|
A Company elected as a “Corporate Partner “ of the Society is not due to pay any subscription, but supports instead in other practical ways.
Can I Join the AeSM?
Membership of the Society is open to anyone with an interest in Aviation and Aeronautics. See our ‘GRADING‘ section to determine which one is right for you. The AeSM Application Form should be completed by aspiring members of AeSM, and submitted to the Secretary for grading.
Click on the following link to download a copy of the “Guidance Notes for Applicants”:
Click on the following link to download a copy of the “AESM Application Form” :
If you have already applied and have a question about the progress of your application, contact Anand Kinnoo, Secretary AeSM, email email@example.com or call mobile (230) 5923 6867
When you have been notified that your application has been successful and you have been allocated your grade, you should pay the appropriate membership fee as soon as possible in order to have your name added to the Membership Roll. Contact Abedeen Madarbakus, Treasurer AeSM, email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you need any other advice, just contact a member of the AeSM Council