The IET Awards programme includes awards to reward and celebrate individual excellence and innovation, undergraduate and postgraduate engineering scholarships.
The IET Awards programme includes awards for individual excellence, research and innovation, scholarships, travel awards, prizes and competitions within the engineering and technology sector.
In 2012, the IET provided over £500,000 in awards, prizes and scholarships, to celebrate excellence and research in the sector and encourage the next generation of engineers and technicians. This increased to over £1 million in 2013 with the launch of new schemes including the Diamond Jubilee scholarships, Apprentice and Technician awards and new scholarships in India and the Americas.
You can find out more using the links below. Alternatively you can download the 2014 IET Awards and Scholarships brochure.
Celebrating individual excellence in engineering and technology.
A range of undergraduate and postgraduate scholarships, prizes and travel awards.
Spanning 15 categories, these free to enter international awards are open to individuals and organisations in both industry and academia. Judged by engineering experts, the Innovation Awards recognise the depth and breadth of innovative work being carried out across all areas of engineering and technology.
The IET presentation competition for students, recent graduates, apprentices and young professionals aged 18 to 26, on a subject related to engineering and technology.
Scholarships and work placements available to undergraduate students interested in a career in power engineering.
The IET Young Woman Engineer of the Year Award seeks to reward the very best female engineers that the UK has to offer, highlight the achievements of women in engineering and encourage others to enter the profession.
The IET also supports other awards in conjunction with partner organisations - these are publicised to members through the usual IET communication channels.