ICE fellows are successful and well-respected civil engineering professionals. 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 think you're ready for fellowship, we'd be delighted to receive your application - just click the button below.
To apply for fellowship, you'll need to have to hand:
- A concise CV (of no more than four pages) showing your career experience
- A statement showing how you meet the attributes of a fellow
- Three sponsors and their contact details (it's easiest if you already have their ICE membership number). You should tell your sponsors which attributes you have listed in the statement above
- Continuing professional development (CPD) records – your professional development records for the last three years and a development action plan for the next 12 months.
- An organisational chart showing your current position
- If you're not a member of ICE, you'll need to send us a 2,000-word report
Find out more about applying for fellowship online and which attributes you'll need to show
How much does it cost to apply?
- £153.75– current ICE members
- £277 – non-members
Apply for fellowship