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IHE Fellows have the right to use the post nominals FIHE after your name to signify your registration with the Institute of Highway Engineers.

Suitable for: Professionals working within the industry with significant, knowledge-based experience (15 years plus)


There are two pathways to becoming an IHE Fellow:

  1. you’ll need 15 years engineering experience (5 years in a responsible position) OR
  2. you can possess IEng or CEng registration only.

Contact us if you need to discuss your unique experience for this pathway.

The Benefits

  • Free use of the National Highway Engineering Academy
  • Industry recognition of your highways sector skills and experience
  • Access to a UK-wide branch network with CPD activities for members
  • Access to IHE’s network of highways industry professionals
  • Access to a comprehensive range of professional IHE services and resources including:
    • IHE’s weekly news, events, jobs and technical e-newsletters
    • One-to-one qualification advice from the IHE
    • IHE’s Professional support and guidance
    • IHE’s online members area featuring professional registration guidance, technical guidance, resources and branch events
    • IHE’s online technical forums
    • Free subscription to Highways Magazine
    • Member discounts at over 5,000 businesses across the UK
    • Up to 20% discount off laptops, desktops, servers, and accessories with Dell UK

Before you apply online you’ll need:

  • A credit or debit card to pay the initial membership fee.
  • Your recent CV to upload as part of your application form

Join today and get 75% off your membership fee using code ’75OFF’.

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