We want exceptional people to become Fellows to help us achieve even more in the years ahead.
IET Fellowship is awarded to individuals who have sustained high levels of achievement, for example through leadership, influence, senior responsibility, innovation, and professional service, at the forefront of engineering, technology or cognate disciplines for a period of five years or more. Fellows work within the codes of conduct and ethical obligations of the profession and are strongly encouraged to engage with the IET’s voluntary activities.
The IET is characterised by the distinction of its Fellows, who in turn enjoy the reflected status brought by our global reach. Fellows of the IET are eligible to use the designatory letters FIET (Fellow of the Institution of Engineering and Technology).
Fellow is the highest grade of IET membership for which you can apply.  Consideration of applications will be in accordance with the IET’s policies on equal opportunities and diversity.
Applications are peer assessed, and as a candidate you will need to provide evidence of meeting the IET Expectation for Fellows (see Apply for Fellowship above). You will need to demonstrate that you can fulfil at least two of the following nine criteria: Leadership, Responsibility, Insight and Experience, Creativity, Innovation, Enterprise, Service, Repute, and Influence and Contribution. Your application will be enhanced with evidence of appropriate Continuing Professional Development (CPD) activities over the past 3 years by means of a separate log, and a commitment to continue to undertake CPD.
Applications will be welcomed by those from a wide range of engineering backgrounds or contexts. There are five sectors in which the IET has a strategic focus (Built Environment; Design and Production; Energy; Information and Communication; and Transport), but applications from other sectors are also invited. Similarly, the IET is keen to recognise those working in a range of settings (for example as consultants, technical specialists, or within SMEs) and in a variety of engineering and technology roles – for example within education, law, finance, or the media.
Applicants do not need to be Members of the IET or registered with the Engineering Council.  Find out more about the Criteria or measures that are used in assessment for Fellowship.
 The IET Board of Trustees is able to elect individuals to a higher grade of IET membership - Honorary Fellow (HonFIET). This award is made to people whom the IET wishes to honour for services rendered to the profession or whose association is of benefit to the IET. IET members can propose names of individuals to be considered for Honorary Fellowship.
 The Engineering Council registers Chartered Engineers, Incorporated Engineers, Engineering Technicians and ICT Technicians. Further details can be found at www.engc.org.uk.
 Please Note: Any Fellow application form downloaded before November 2013 will no longer be accepted by the Fellowship Panel for processing after the 1 July 2014.
Please read through the information below about the process before beginning an application. If you have any further questions or would like advice about an application please contact email@example.com.
Criteria guidelines for Fellowship (Academics)
The IET recognises election to Fellowship by the award of a certificate and inclusion in a published list of recently elected Fellows, which also appears in the Times newspaper. New Fellows will be invited to a prestigious networking event and are encouraged to become involved in a range of voluntary opportunities on behalf of the IET.