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ESMO Developing Countries Fee Structure

ESMO is committed to ensuring that ESMO membership is affordable to all.

We are pleased to offer members working in low or lower-middle income countries a reduced membership fee of 25 Euros; and a fee of 50 Euros to those in upper-middle income countries.

This 'two tier' structure uses the World Bank classification of low, lower-middle and upper-middle countries based on the Gross National Income (GNI) per capita and calculated using the World Bank Atlas method.

ESMO annual membership fee

World Bank country classification

25 EUR

Low income: countries with a GNI per capita of $1,045 or less
Lower-middle income: countries with a GNI per capita of $1,046 to $4,125

50 EUR

Upper-middle income: countries with a GNI per capital of $4,126 to $12,735

The reduced membership fees of 25 and 50 euros provides access to all membership benefits with the following exceptions:

  • Online-only subscription to Annals of Oncology (i.e. members will not receive the print issue each month)

Find out which countries are eligible for the reduced fees (PDF)

Reduced registration fees for ESMO conferences

All members working in developing countries regardless of the membership fee they pay can benefit from the Developing Countries reduced registration fee for ESMO meetings (where applicable) – offered to those registering before the early registration deadline.

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