Incorporated Engineer (IEng)
Becoming an Incorporated Engineer demonstrates your commitment to professional standards, setting you ahead of unregistered engineers and showing pride in your achievements
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|Are the mainstream managers of current technology and are at the forefront of developing technology||Are characterised by their ability to act as exponents of today’s technology through creativity and innovation|
|Demonstrate the theoretical knowledge to solve problems in developed technologies using well proven analytical techniques||Maintain and manage applications of current and developing technology and may undertake engineering design, develop, manufacture, construction and operations|
|Are engaged in technical, financial and commercial planning and management|
|Have effective interpersonal skills in communicating technical matters||Maintain a continuing commitment to professional engineering values|
Who can become an Incorporated Engineer?
Anyone who meets the competence and responsibility standards can become an Incorporated Engineer.
Traffic management engineers, network managers, maintenance engineers, project managers and road safety engineers are typical Incorporated Engineer positions.
Many will have a BEng or BSc degree. Others will have gained the necessary skills, knowledge and experience via a non-academic route through practical experience in the highways industry.
How to apply
To gain Engineering Council registration, engineers and technicians prove their competence and commitment in a Professional Review of their portfolio submission to the IHE.
To get started read the guidance document below, fill in the digital application form (members only) and submit to the IHE.
|IEng Guidance Notes (.pdf)||Log in to access the
|Guidance for IEng Applicants
in Academia (.pdf)
What if my qualifications are not covered in the guidance?
If your qualifications or experience are not covered in the guidance document you may still be suitable to apply for IEng. You should ask the IHE for an individual Career Assessment. Your documents will then be put to the IHE Academic Standards Panel for consideration by engineering or academic professionals. They will either confirm your eligibility or provide you with feedback and guidance on the best route for you to achieve IEng registration.
What if I studied overseas?
If you have studied overseas, a UK ENIC Statement of Comparability that covers your degree should enable you to study via the Recognised Qualifications Route. You should contact UK ENIC directly, and obtain a Statement of Comparability yourself before making your application. More information on this can be found by visiting the UK ENIC website at: https://www.enic.org.uk/Qualifications/SOC
What does it cost?
One-Off Application Fee – £250 (FREE in 2023)
IEng Registration Entry Fee – £48.14 (FREE in 2023)
Annual IEng Registration Subscription – £37.21
If you are considering going forward for your Professional Review, there’s no better time than now as the IHE are offering free Professional Reviews for any member wishing to undertake them during 2023. All of our fees can be found on our website by clicking here.
Please note: The application fee will not be refunded if you withdraw your application or you do not supply enough information for your application to be assessed.
What are the submission deadlines?
The deadlines for your Professional Review submission can be found here.
If you have any questions or are unsure of how to proceed please contact us by emailing ProfessionalReviews@theihe.org.