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ICE is part of a joint group in Malta called the Malta Group of Professional Engineering Institutions (MGPEI).
We also have two Student Chapters - one at the Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology and the other at the University of Malta.
Find out more about their activities, including who's on the Committees and how you can get involved.
The Malta joint group arranges events, visits to ongoing engineering projects and social activities for ICE members based in Malta. This gives members opportunities to share knowledge and network with other civil engineering professionals.
The ICE Student Chapter at the Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology is run by an elected committee of students who organise interesting civil engineering events.
Getting involved with a Student Chapter gives civil engineer students valuable experience of working with members in the industry. It also helps you develop negotiation, organisation and budgetary skills, which will give you invaluable experience for your professional life.
If you'd like to find out more or get involved please contact the Faculty Advisor and ICE Representative Ruben Borg at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The chapter's activities in 2014 included a visit to the Sustainable Development Centre in Malta.
The ICE Student Chapter at the University of Malta is run by an elected committee of students who organise civil engineering events. It was created as an initiative of members of the Society of Architecture and Civil Engineering Students at the University of Malta (SACES).
For more information or to get involved please contact the Faculty Advisor and ICE Representative (email@example.com), International Officer of SACES (firstname.lastname@example.org) or email email@example.com.
The opening of the chapter was announced in an article on the Malta university website.
Find out more about what the Student Chapter does in their Annual Report.
You can also find out more about the student chapter on their Facebook page.
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Our disciplines and resources section contains a wealth of civil engineering knowledge, from case studies to recorded lectures, to related publications and best practice. You can also search our library catalogue, one of the world's largest collections of civil engineering materials, and find out more about historical engineering sites across the UK.
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