Associate Member (AMICE)

Join ICE as an Associate Member (AMICE) and access the people, the thinking and the huge resources of a world class engineering institution.

Associate membership is for professionals working in the built environment who want to improve their knowledge and develop new ways of delivering the infrastructure of the future.

We welcome those from across the whole industry spectrum - from engineers to academics, procurement and legal experts, to architects and surveyors.

Benefits of being an AMICE

  • Letters after your name (AMICE)
  • Networking opportunities at ICE events
  • Discounts off training, events, magazines and publications
  • Free regional events and online lectures
  • Access to our unrivalled libraries – in person or online
  • Ask Brunel, our free civil engineering question answering service
  • One Great George Street member facilities, discounted room hire

Download the full list of AMICE benefits

Do you qualify to be an AMICE?

Associate membership is open to professionals working in the built environment but aren’t necessarily qualified civil engineers.

  • If you are an engineer professionally qualified with one of the bodies on the approved professional engineering bodies list, you will need to provide:
    • Details of your academic qualifications
    • Details of your professional qualification* and a copy of your certificate
  • If you are professionally qualified with one of the bodies on the approved other professional bodies list and work in the built environment, you will need to provide:
    • Details of your academic qualifications
    • Details of your professional qualification* and a copy of your certificate
  • If you are not registered with one of the professional bodies on the above lists and are working in the built environment but not as a civil engineer and have more than five years’ experience you will need to provide:
    • Your CV
    • Details of your academic qualifications (if applicable)
    • Details of your professional qualifications* (if applicable) and a copy of your certificate
    • A 500 word statement highlighting your expertise and why you want to become an AMICE member

*Please note that ICE will contact the professional body that you provide details of to verify your membership/registration.

Please be aware that associate membership does not provide a route to professionally qualified membership of ICE.

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AMICE subscriptions

Full price UK membership - £201.25 per year

Full price overseas membership - £150.50 per year

Half-price membership (UK or overseas) if you are:

Discounted membership of £99 for:

  • Members of the Institution of Royal Engineers (please note that if you are registered with the Engineering Council as EngTech, IEng or CEng then please select the first category on the application form; if you are not registered then please select the third category)

Please note that this discount is only for the first year and will revert to the half-price rate thereafter.

Free for the remainder of the year* for:

  • Those passing the NEC Project management exam
  • Attendees of certain policy events - you will be prompted for a code to enter just before you submit your application. The code will be provided by your event organiser

To take advantage of this discount you must apply within two months of attending the event or passing the NEC Project management exam.

*for applications received after 30 September the offer of free membership will extend into next year.

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Before you start

Please make sure you have all the necessary documents before making your application as you cannot save and return to your application.

If you are an engineer professionally qualified with one of the bodies on the approved professional engineering bodies list then you must provide:

  • Details of your academic qualifications
  • Details of your professional qualification and a copy of your certificate

If you are professionally qualified with one of the bodies on the approved other professional bodies list and work in the built environment then you must provide:

  • Details of your academic qualifications
  • Details of your professional qualification and a copy of your certificate

If you are not registered with one of the professional bodies on the above lists and are working in the built environment but not as a civil engineer and have more than five years’ experience you will need to provide:

  • Your CV
  • Details of your academic qualifications (if applicable)
  • Details of your professional qualifications (if applicable) and a copy of your certificate
  • A 500 word statement highlighting your expertise and why you want to become an AMICE member

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Check if AMICE is right for you

AMICE are professionals connected to the built environment but aren’t necessarily qualified civil engineers.

Our online tool can tell you if AMICE is the right kind of membership for you.

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