ICE Fellows are successful and well-respected civil engineering professionals, who have made a major contribution to the industry. When you become a Fellow you'll be seen as a role model for other engineers.
Our Fellows have either achieved in-depth technical expertise in their own engineering roles or have helped to move the profession forward. Many have done both.
Fellows are usually responsible for a variety of areas including promoting, planning, designing, building, maintaining and managing major projects.
Experts in technical subjects, education and training can also become fellows.
How do I become a Fellow?
If you would like the ICE to assess your suitability for Fellowship before formally applying, you can first contact your Regional Support Team (if you live in the UK or Hong Kong), or the ICE Fellowship Executive (if you are based elsewhere). To obtain a preliminary assessment, made without prejudice, you need to submit an up-to-date CV of no more than 4 sides of A4 in length, giving details of your current and/or past responsibilities. Please note that to enable an accurate assessment your CV must clearly set out your personal achievements. It would also be helpful to indicate which of the fellowship attributes you are considering applying against.
If you think you're ready for Fellowship, we'd be delighted to receive your application.
To apply, you'll need to have to hand:
- Three sponsors, their contact details and membership numbers. You should tell your sponsors which attributes you have listed in the statement of attributes
- A concise CV (of no more than four pages) showing your career experience, combined with a statement of attributes (template available in Appendix B of the Fellowship guidance)
- Continuing professional development (CPD) records – your professional development records for the last three years and a development action plan for the next 12 months, from the date of your application.
- An organisational chart showing your current position, and how you fit within the wider structure, to whom you report, and for whom you're responsible
- If applying for Engineering Council registration you will have to submit a 2,000 word report based on the ICE member attributes or standards, depending on the level of registration you are applying for
Find out more about applying for fellowship online and which attributes you'll need to show
How much does it cost to apply?
- £166.75– current ICE members
- £300.50 – non-members
Unfortunately we are having an extended period of maintenance. We are currently unable to accept any online applications for Fellowship.
We apologise for the inconvenience caused.