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Current membership fees for Armed Forces members

You may be eligible to claim back your annual fees if you are still serving. Please see DIN202101-077 Refund of Engineering Professional Body Fees for details.

For currently serving personnel

Unregistered members

Fellow (FIET) £209.00
Associate £179.00
Member (MIET) £179.00
Member (TMIET) £100.00*
Students and apprentices (one year) £20.00
Students and apprentices (duration of course) £50.00

*discounted rate for Technician Members in the Armed Forces. This may be less depending on how recently you have completed a qualification.

Professional registration applications

Chartered Engineer (CEng) £224.00 online / £297.00 by post*
Incorporated Engineer (IEng) £224.00 online / £297.00 by post*
Engineering Technician (EngTech) £0.00
ICT Technician (ICTTech) £0.00

*Additional administration fees for post do not apply to applications submitted via a Defence Engineer Registration Scheme (DERS) as applications are not possible via Career Manager. Standard application fees of £224 apply.

Professionally registered members

To stay professionally registered, you need to pay the IET qualified and registered member fee (this includes the standard IET membership fee).

Registered Fellows: Chartered Engineers, Incorporated Engineers £249.00
Registered Fellows: Engineering Technicians, ICT Technicians £225.00
Registered members: Chartered Engineers, Incorporated Engineers £219.00
Registered members: Engineering Technicians, ICT Technicians £195.00


Engineering Council fees

Entrance fees

We collect this one-off fee on behalf of the Engineering Council, and you’ll need to pay this to be added to the register.

Chartered Engineer (CEng) £57.02
Incorporated Engineer (IEng) £48.14
Engineering Technician (EngTech) £19.73
ICT Technician (ICTTech) £19.73

Annual Fees

Chartered Engineer (CEng) £43.85
Incorporated Engineer (IEng) £37.21
Engineering Technician (EngTech) £21.34
ICT Technician (ICTTech) £21.34


Please note

All IET membership fees and Engineering Council fees are effective from 1 January to 31 December of the current year.

Membership of the IET runs for 12 consecutive months from the date of payment.

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.

Your IET Membership will need to be up and running before submitting your application for professional registration.