How To Join Nigerian Society Of Engineers

There are six grades of membership namely: Fellow, Honorary Fellow, Corporate Member, Graduate Member, Associate and Student Member. The education and training required for each grade of membership are listed here under:

1. Student member
Should be a person undertaking an approved engineering course of training leading to a degree in an institution recognized by the Council of the Society for the purpose of training professional engineers.
All Application is now online.

2. Graduate member
Possess an academic qualification acceptable to the Council of the Society and registerable by the Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN) under the provisions of the Engineering Registration Decree (No.55) of 1970 or such amendments thereof. Post-qualification practical experience shall not be a requirement for entry into this class. HND holders are not registerable

3. Corporate member
Candidates are grouped into various categories thus:

A1 Holders of the Bachelor’s degree in Engineering whose institutions’ programs are accredited by COREN and with such candidates having been registered by COREN as professional Engineers.
A2 Corporate Members of Engineering Institutions (licensed as Professional Chartered or Registered Engineers) recognized by COREN.
B1 Holders of the Bachelor’s degree in Engineering whose qualifications are accredited by COREN or any overseas accreditation board recognized by COREN. Such candidates must have acquired a minimum of 4 years post-qualification experience.
B2 Candidates who obtained HND and PGD in the same field of Engineering from approved Institution and had acquired a minimum of 6 years post-graduation experience in the practice of Engineering.
B3 Candidates who obtained HND in Engineering from approved institution and have successfully completed the NSE Graduate ship Examinations and have had additional 2 years of engineering practice.
C1 Holders of correct and adequate basic academic qualifications by COREN Standards and Regulations who are 40 years and above.
Minimum of 10 years post-qualification experience as at the time of application.
The candidates must appear in person.
C2 Holders of correct and adequate basic academic qualifications by COREN Standards and Regulations and are top executives in Government parastatals or Industries etc who are not only 45 years and above with respect of age.
Minimum of 15 years post qualification experience as at the time of application. They may be accorded Presidential interview through NSE branch.
4. Associate

Academic qualification at the level of a university degree in the sciences allied to engineering science, or the qualifications approved by the Council of the Society.
Related work experience for a minimum period of 5 years.
5. Requirements/conditions for fellowship award by the Nigerian society of engineers:

Must have been corporate members of the Society for 10 years in addition to what we have in the Memorandum and Articles of Association of NSE.
All HND holders must have additional academic qualification(s) before Fellowship.
All referees must be financial members of the Society and their reference letters must be received before the consideration of the candidate’s application.
Only the President can waive this option.
Must have attended at least 5 AGMs in the last ten years prior to the year of application.
Must have written and presented four (4) Technical/Management papers at NSE and or any other fora acceptable to the Board of Fellows.
All papers must have been presented in the last 10 years.
Must have worked on some outstanding projects (that stand out from the ordinary).
Attended the yearly refresher Engineering Courses/Workshops to make him or her current on engineering practice and not with obsolete knowledge – must show evidence of this in the application form.
Must be active in his or her Branch and Division activities.
Financial status must be consistent. There must be evidence of consistency in the payment of dues to NSE in the last 5 years.
Processing fees
The processing fees for the two categories of Fellowship had been reviewed upwards as follows:

By invitation – the Council had approved US$7,260 for applicants by invitation.
The intention was to limit the number of applicants for this category and encourage applicants by application.
By application – the Council also approved US$990 for this category of applicants.
6. Honorary fellow

The Council of the Society may at its discretion elect distinguished persons to Honorary Fellowship. Such persons, though not necessarily engineers, would normally have used their positions to render notable assistance to the practice of engineering science.
Some of the benefits accrued with membership with the NSE include but are not limited to:
• Courses/Workshops/Conference
• Careers and Employment Advice
• Liaison with the Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN)
• Advisory services
• Awards and Prizes
• Benevolent Fund
• International Relations

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