Why become a fellow?
ICE fellowship recognises your high level of knowledge, ability and experience. This recognition positively affects how your peers, employers and clients see you. So if you're an experienced civil engineering professional or academic, or in a senior position in the industry, becoming a fellow can really increase your status.
As a fellow you'll get all of our standard member benefits, plus:
- The post nominal letters 'FICE' to use after your name
- Our ICE fellows’ stamp (logo) to use on websites, stationery etc
- The opportunity to shape ICE policy by joining an expert panel, or through events and online discussions
- ICE and peer recognition for your contribution to the profession
- The opportunity to 'give back' as a mentor or ambassador to young people
Who's it for?
If you've been involved in important engineering work in a senior position, you could become a fellow.
This responsibility includes heading up the promotion, planning, design, construction, maintenance or management of major projects. It could also involve playing a part in changing policy for the sector in general.
Fellowship can be awarded in other ways too: for expertise in a technical subject area, or for engineering education and training. You can apply to become a fellow even if you're not an ICE member.
Meet our fellows
Want to know more? Hear from other ICE fellows about their journey to fellowship and how it benefits them.
How much does it cost?
Fellowship rates depend on your location:
- £377.25 per year (members in the UK)
- £286.75 per year (members outside the UK)
Use our online tool to find out if you're eligible to become an ICE fellow and sign up for a free MyICE account and receive personalised membership content.
Begin your application