IET Armed forces fees for membership and professional registration including application fees and annual subscription fees.
|Member with designatory letters (MIET)||£155|
|Member with designatory letters (TMIET)||£100|
|Apprentices and students||£20|
|Apprentices and students (for duration of course)||£50|
Fees must be submitted with the application form and are non-refundable.
|Chartered Engineer (CEng)||£205|
|Incorporated Engineer (IEng)||£205|
|Engineering Technician (EngTech)||£0 (fee waived for armed forces personnel)|
|ICT Technician (ICTTech)||£0 (fee waived for armed forces personnel)|
Please visit the Service Leavers area.
The IET collects an entrance fee on behalf of the Engineering Council in order to add successful candidates' names to the Engineering Council's list of registered engineers.
Please note: This fee is payable by all successful registrants, there are no discounts or waivers in place for this fee.
|Chartered Engineer (CEng)||£49.20|
|Incorporated Engineer (IEng)||£41.60|
|Engineering Technician (EngTech)||£17|
|ICT Technician (ICTTech)||£17|
In order to maintain your professional registration with the Engineering Council, you are required to pay the IET qualified and registered member fees (this rate includes the standard IET membership fee.)
|IET registered Fellows: Chartered Engineers, Incorporated Engineers||£219|
|IET registered Fellows: Engineering Technicians, ICT Technicians||£192|
|IET registered members: Chartered Engineers, Incorporated Engineers||£192|
|IET registered members: Engineering Technicians or ICT Technicians||£100|
|Chartered Engineer (CEng)||£37.90|
|Incorporated Engineer (IEng)||£32|
|Engineering Technician (EngTech)||£18.40|
|ICT Technician (ICTTech)||£18.40|
All IET membership fees and Engineering Council fees are effective from 1 January to 31 December 2017.
Membership of the IET runs for 12 consecutive months from date of payment (e.g. an individual joining the IET in March 2017 would receive a renewal notice in April 2018).
Members who are employed, pay UK income tax and pay for their own membership subscription may claim tax relief on subscriptions to periodicals and their membership fees as expenses of their profession.