I am considering doing a Mechatronics engineering degree that has both IET and IMechE accreditation. I was wondering if it is possible to have a dual chartership from the institutes and would it be more beneficial to be a chartered engineer from both institutes?
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- Thread Starter
- 05-03-2018 16:16
- 05-03-2018 17:12
Both imeche and iet offer CEng status which is issued through the institution but governed by the engineering council so there wouldn't really be any difference between who you get chartered with. It's not like the icheme where you are assessed for CEng as well as 'chartered chemical engineer' status which only they can issue. You can be a member of both institutions but would only apply for chartership through one.
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- 05-03-2018 19:37