Joining CIArb

Thank you for applying to join CIArb (Malaysia Branch). Please fill out and submit this form with as much information regarding your qualifications and experience as possible to enable us to award you the appropriate membership grade. You will also be required to pay a membership subscription and administration fee annually to CIArb UK.

To join CIArb, please proceed to application online.

For more information, please contact us at e-mail address: ciarbmb@gmail.com or office telephone: +603 2271 1055.

As a fellow

This high-level Diploma qualification is designed for experienced dispute resolution practitioners looking for international recognition for their skills.

To qualify to become a Fellow:

  • Become a CIArb Member and pass modules 3 and 4 of CIArb's training programme; or
  • Pass CIArb's Accelerated Route to Fellowship Programme and Module 4 of CIArb's arbitration/adjudication training programmes; or
  • Pass the Diploma in International Commercial Arbitration and Module 4 of CIArb's arbitration training programmes; or
  • Complete a recognised equivalent course; or
  • Complete CIArb's experienced practitioner scheme
  • Demonstrate the level of experience in the relevant field as required by CIArb.
  • As an associate

    This entry-level Introductory Certificate qualification certifies that you have basic knowledge of ADR and you may be able to further enhance your own personal and professional development. Joining as an Associate allows you to use the post-nominal letters ACIArb after your name.

    Once you have become a CIArb Associate, you can progress through our training programme to become a CIArb Member or CIArb Fellow.

    To qualify to become an Associate:

  • Pass one of CIArb's Introductory courses in Arbitration or ADR; or
  • Complete a recognised equivalent course; or
  • Demonstrate the level of experience in the relevant field as required by CIArb.
  • As a member

    This Advanced Certificate qualification certifies that you have some ADR knowledge and experience and you may be able to further enhance your own personal and professional development. Joining as an Associate allows you to use the post-nominal letters MCIArb after your name.

    Once you have become a CIArb Member, you can progress through CIArb's our training programme to become a CIArb Fellow.

    To qualify to become a Member:

  • Become an Associate and pass Modules 1 and 2 of CIArb's training programme; or
  • Pass CIArb's Accelerated Route to Membership programme (Arbitration only); or
  • Complete a recognised equivalent course; or
  • Demonstrate the level of experience in the relevant field as required by CIArb.