Advancing chemical engineering worldwide
The Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) is the global membership body for chemical engineering professionals and anyone involved with the process industries.
With over 42,000 members based in 120 countries, IChemE is the only organisation that awards the internationally-recognised qualifications of Chartered Chemical Engineer and Professional Process Safety Engineer. Our team of professional staff support our members and the wider chemical engineering community from office locations in Australia, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore and the UK.
Become a Student Member
If you’re studying a chemical engineering (or closely-related) undergraduate degree or have a firm acceptance for a place at university, you can join online at www.ichemeoncampus.org.
We offer the support you need to achieve your goals. From study aids to the latest news and job hunting tips - we help kick-start your career. Membership entitles you a wide range of resources and access to a powerful network of contacts worldwide. Benefits include:
- free subscription to the latest news and job hunting features in The Chemical Engineer via www.tcetoday.com plus smartphone/tablet app
- global events, special interest groups, regional member groups, interactive webinars and a lively social media community
- online access to the Knovel e-library containing hundreds of textbooks, databases and problem-solving tools
- opportunity to participate in the annual Frank Morton Sports Day; an interuniversity sports competition for chemical engineering students
- two free e-books – one an essential study aid; the other a communication skills guide for scientists and engineers
- special student membership rate and free upgrade on graduation*
Join online today at www.ichemeoncampus.org
A one-off fee of £20 will cover the cost of your membership subscription for the duration of your undergraduate degree course and the first year following graduation.
*Student Members save up to £136* inclusive of a free membership upgrade (figure based on UK domiciled students calculated as at June 2015)