How to become a professionally qualified civil engineer

Do you have a civil engineering qualification (degree, foundation degree, diploma or higher certificate)? Have you recently graduated? Are you working in the industry? If the answer is yes to any of these, ICE can help to move your career forward.

The best way to show how much you know and can do in your civil engineering role is to become professionally qualified with ICE. Our qualifications are recognised internationally, so you could potentially work anywhere in the world.

More importantly, investing the time and effort needed really pays off. Getting letters after your name is a great feeling. Plus, when you qualify you're also telling employers that you're highly capable and committed. This puts you in a stronger position when it comes to promotion and pay. Watch below, how becoming professionally qualified, as an Engineering Technician, Incorporated Engineer, Chartered Engineer can help you and your employer.

How do you become professionally qualified?

For most members, there are three stages to becoming qualified. This is based on:

  1. Your academic qualifications
  2. Your work experience (also called initial professional development)
  3. Passing your Professional Review

Use the tabs below to find out more about each of the stages you'll need to go through to become qualified.

Looking for help and advice on becoming qualified?

Our professional qualification training is here to help you, from advice surgeries to courses in passing your professional review.

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