Our highest grade of membership is open to Chartered Chemical Engineers who have made a significant contribution to chemical, biochemical and process engineering. Becoming a Fellow demonstrates your experience, technical excellence, leadership skills and commitment to the profession.
Fellows get access to all membership resources, plus:
- professional recognition of your senior responsibility in chemical engineering
- use of FIChemE post nominal letters
- Fellow badge and digital logo to use on business cards, email signatures etc.
To become a Fellow (FIChemE) you must:
- already be a Chartered Member (MIChemE)
- hold a position of senior responsibility in chemical engineering
- have personal responsibility for substantial resourcing decisions and their consequences
- have sustained responsibility at this level for a significant period (ie over five years)
- have made a valuable contribution to the profession. This could include training or mentoring young engineers, attending professional meetings, regional activities, working on committees, research etc.
Fellows of IChemE are eligible for the following additional registrations:
- Chartered Engineer (CEng)
- Chartered Scientist (CSci)
- Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv)
- Professional Process Safety Engineer
- European Engineer (EUR ING)
- Registered Professional Engineer Queensland (RPEQ)
- Energy Saving Opportunity Scheme Lead Energy Assessor (ESOS LEA).
Any registrations you already have as a Chartered Member will continue after your upgrade to Fellow.
How to apply
- details of your experience in an important post of responsibility in chemical engineering (max 100 words)
- your contribution to the profession ie training young engineers, organising regional activities, work on committees, research etc (max 100 words)
- a statement describing why and how the work you’ve undertaken over the last five years fulfils the requirements for Fellow (approx. 300 words)
- an up-to-date, detailed CV
- organisation chart showing your current position
- a minimum of two referees - either both Fellows, or one Fellow and one Chartered Member.