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Becoming STUDENT and GRADUATE member of Professional Institutions. Dr Ana M. Ruiz-Teran Professional Institutions Liaison Officer, Dept. Civil and Environmental Engineering [email protected] Updated 13 Nov 2012.

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Becoming student and graduate member of professional institutions

Becoming STUDENT and GRADUATE member of Professional Institutions

Dr Ana M. Ruiz-Teran

Professional Institutions Liaison Officer, Dept. Civil and Environmental Engineering

[email protected]

Updated 13 Nov 2012


Which professional institutions and international associations are most relevant for us
Which Professional Institutions and International Associations are most relevant for us?

Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE)

Institution of Structural Engineers (IStructE)

International Association for Bridge and Structural Engineering (IABSE)

Structures:

British Geotechnical Association (BGA)

Geotechnics:

Institute of Highway Engineers (IHE)

Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation (CIHT)

Transport:

Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM)

Environmental and Water:

Prof. bodies

Associations

Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology (ISMAREST)

Marine:


Membership types
Membership types Associations are most relevant for us?

Continuous Professional Development (CPD)

Student

Member

Graduate Member

Chartered Member

Fellow

Professional Qualifications/Accreditations

CEng MICE

CEng MIStructE

CEng MCIHT

CEng MIHE

CEng MCIWEM

CEng FICE

CEng FIStructE

CEng FCIHT

CEng FIHE

CEng FCIWEM


Institution of civil engineers ice
Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) Associations are most relevant for us?

The ICE offers free student memberships to undergraduate students and graduate memberships with a £58 concessionary rate (33% fee) to MSc students

The benefits of becoming member are available at http://www.ice.org.uk/Membership/Member-benefits/Benefit-grade

The benefits that are more valuable for a student are:

  • print copy of the New Civil Engineer (NCE) magazine (weekly)

  • Free access to the Civil Engineering Library

  • Lectures, Courses, and Networking opportunities

  • Eligibility for scholarships, awards and prizes

  • Apply at http://www.ice.org.uk/Membership/Membership-grades-and-how-to-join/Graduate


Institution of structural engineers istructe
Institution of Structural Engineers (IStructE) Associations are most relevant for us?

IStructE offers free student memberships to undergraduate and MSc students

The benefits of becoming member are available at http://www.istructe.org/membership/types-of-membership/student-member

The benefits that are more valuable for a student are:

  • Print and on-line subscription to The Structural Engineer (monthly)

  • Free access to the IStructE Library

  • Lectures, Courses, and Networking opportunities

  • Eligibility for scholarships, awards and prizes

  • Apply through the Imperial College London link at https://skempton.wufoo.com/forms/q7x2x3/


Chartered institution of highways and transportation ciht
Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation (CIHT) Associations are most relevant for us?

CIHT offers free student memberships to undergraduate and MSc students

The benefits of becoming member are available at http://www.ciht.org.uk/en/membership/membership-grades/student/index.cfm

The benefits that are more valuable for a MSc student are:

  • on-line subscription to Institution magazine (10 issues/year)

  • Lectures, Courses, and Networking opportunities

  • Apply at http://www.ciht.org.uk/en/membership/membership-grades/student/index.cfm


Institution of highway engineers ihe
Institution of Highway Engineers(IHE) Associations are most relevant for us?

IHE offers free student memberships

The benefits of becoming member are available at http://theihe.org/about/how-you-benefit/

The benefits that are more valuable for a student are:

  • e-bulletin

  • Access to Technical Gateway (Knowledge network)

  • Lectures, Courses, and Networking opportunities

  • Applications forms available at http://theihe.org/membership/uploads/ApplicationStudentMembership2012-1.doc


Chartered institution of environmental and water management ciwem
Chartered Institution of Environmental and Water Management (CIWEM)

CIWEM offers student memberships with a £25 fee

The benefits of becoming member are available at http://www.ciwem.org/membership/apply-for-membership/graduate-and-student.aspx

The benefits that are more valuable for a student are:

  • WEM, WEJ publications and e-newsletters

  • Lectures, Courses, and Networking opportunities

  • Application forms are available at http://www.ciwem.org/membership/apply-for-membership/graduate-and-student.aspx


Institute of marine engineering science and technology imarest
Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology (IMAREST)

IMAREST offers student memberships with a £20 fee

The benefits of becoming member are available at http://www.imarest.org/Membership/Students.aspx

The benefits that are more valuable for a student are:

  • 1 free journal (Marine Scientist / Offshore Technology)

  • Lectures, Courses, and Networking opportunities

  • Virtual Library

  • Scholarships/Awards

  • Application forms are available at http://www.imarest.org/Portals/0/IMarEST/Membership/Awards/StudentMembershipApplicationForm2011-12.pdf


British geotecnical association bga
British Geotecnical Association (BGA) (IMAREST)

BGA offers student memberships with a £20 fee

The benefits of becoming member are available at http://bga.city.ac.uk/cms/html/membership.php

The benefits that are more valuable for a student are:

  • Ground Engineering journal (monthly)

  • Lectures (Rankine Lecture), and Networking opportunities

  • Eligible to enter the Competition for Dissertation prizes

  • Application forms are available at http://bga.city.ac.uk/cms/html/BGA%20student%20membership%202012.pdf


International association for bridge and structural engineering iabse
International Association for Bridge and Structural Engineering (IABSE)

IABSE offers a under-35 membership for a £70 (105 CHF)

The benefits of becoming member are available at http://www.iabse.org/IABSE/IABSE_Association/Membership/IABSE/association/Membership_files/Membership.aspx?hkey=a7b44de1-44fb-49c2-b383-6703f078762e

The benefits that are more valuable for a student are:

  • Print and on-line access to the Structural Engineering International (SEI) Journal (4 issues per year)

  • Free Structural Engineering Documents (SED) (aprox. 1 per year)

  • Lectures, Young Engineers Conference (British Group), and Networking opportunities

  • Application forms are available at http://www.iabse.org/Images/Membership%20Benefits/Application-Form_120419.pdf


Sponsors
Sponsors Engineering (IABSE)

Some of the Institutions/Associations will ask you to provide a Sponsor from Imperial College London. The academics included below will support you application as Student Member

ICE, IStructE, CIHT, IHE, IABSE, IMAREST

  • Dr Ana M Ruiz-Teran ([email protected] )

    BGA

  • Dr Catherine O’Sullivan ([email protected])

    CIWEM

  • Professor Stephen Smith ([email protected])

  • Professor Nigel Graham ([email protected])

  • Dr Neil McIntyre ([email protected])


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