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    sej7278
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    So why are the ISACA course costs so cloak and dagger? No prices on their website for the exams, some vague info around the web of $190 membership fee, $45 annual fee and $400-600 exam fee.

    Does anyone have exact prices for annual fee and exam fee for the UK?

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    emb021
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    what are you talking about?

    You can download the PDF membership application and they list the costs. There is both the international dues (US$135) and chapter dues, and if a new member a new member fee. Cheaper if you apply on-line. Right now they have a half off price as we are in the middle of the year (membership is calendar-based). With my chapter dues of $50, I pay $185 each year for dues.

    You do NOT need to be a member to take the certs, but there are advantages.

    For exams, the cost is US$760 for non-members, US$575 for members. (this is given in the Candidate Guide)

    For maintenance fees, its US$85 for non-members, US$45 for members. (this is given on the website under maintain your cert)

    There is also an application fee of $50 when you apply for the cert.

    Does this answer your question?

    FWIW am a long-time ISACA member and have all 4 of their certs.

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    emb021
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    Now, if you’re speaking of course costs, those vary, but are clearly on the website.

    ISACA themselves gives you a couple of options, but I feel they are a bit overpriced.

    Take a look at local chapters, as many will offer very good prep courses, often at a lower costs. That’s the method I took. My chapter (of which I’m a member of) does a 3 day CISA class and a 2 day CISM class, but of which include lunches and a decent cost and have good instructors. I also did on-line classes thru the NY Metro Chapter that I thought were very good and decently priced.

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