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 technical projects, as well as education and training.
Consider becoming an ICE Fellow
- Demonstrate your expertise and personal achievements
- Open networking opportunities with leading professionals
- Help you inspire the next generation
As part of this respected group, you can shape our future and move the industry forward.
If you are a qualified ICE member (MICE, CEng MICE, IEng MICE, EngTech MICE), you can apply to transfer to the grade of Fellow. You need enough experience to demonstrate at least one, and up to four, of the Fellowship attributes as outlined in the Fellowship Guidance. You do not need to still be in a senior role when you apply – you could be partially or fully retired, for example.
As a graduate (GMICE), you can apply for direct admission to Fellowship if you:
- Are currently in a position of sufficient responsibility
- Have achieved at least one and up to four of the Fellowship attributes as outlined in the Fellowship Guidance.
How to apply
If you think you are ready for Fellowship, we would be delighted to receive your online application. The next submission deadline is 1 March 2017.
See our guidance on how to apply to be an ICE Fellow which includes what documents and evidence are required.
You can request initial feedback on your eligibility before formally applying by sending us your CV for a preliminary assessment by the ICE Fellowship Panel.
If you have any questions about the application process or wish to benefit from an initial CV assessment, please email email@example.com.