Our extensive range of online resources will help you discover how to become a member of ICE
Becoming an Incorporated or Chartered Engineer with ICE (IEng or CEng MICE) is a great achievement and gives you international recognition for your knowledge, ability and skills.
The grade MICE is available to people working in a range of industry areas. Our members work for a diverse range of employers and clients, delivering projects across the globe.
To achieve IEng or CEng MICE status, you'll need to possess the right level of qualification, possess a minimum level of experience, and be able to confidently demonstrate your learning and experience to your peers.
Because our members come from such a vast array of backgrounds and with very different experiences, we've tailored the grade of MICE to meet your needs. Whether you're:
Find out more about becoming a Member and achieving your professional qualification.
As a Member, you will receive many benefits, including:
The opportunity to become professionally registered with the Engineering Council as an Incorporated (IEng) or Chartered (CEng) Engineer
An internationally recognised qualification which shows that your knowledge and skills are of a very high standard. It also increases your career and salary prospects
Free or discounted places at technical civil engineering events and industry conferences and opportunities for networking and socialising with colleagues across the world
A vast range of online and hard copy library resources and recorded lectures, so you can continue to learn, get guidance from best practice and keep up-to-date
Free subscription to New Civil Engineer, with Daily Fix news bulletins, a Weekly Wrap email, and a monthly magazine in print or digital
Becoming MICE has definitely been a highlight of my career. There are many benefits to doing it: I think it helps you to become a well-rounded engineer. It also sets you on the right path to continue your professional development. That is vital in this job where you have to keep up with the fast pace of industry change.
Associate civil engineer
Having achieved CEng MICE, I now support and mentor young engineers as a supervising civil engineer for ICE, a role I thoroughly enjoy. In future, I hope to continue to work on challenging engineering projects and I also aspire to be an ICE Fellow at some point.
Senior Project Manager
The costs of MICE membership depends on where you're based:
If you're earning less than £18,533 a year, you might qualify for a reduced membership rate of £70.50.
Our online tool will help guide you through the process of becoming a MICE. Once you've signed up for a free MyICE account, we can provide you with personalised membership content, detailing exactly what you'll need to do to reach your goal.