Chartered Chemical Engineer

Becoming a Chartered Chemical Engineer is considered by many as a benchmark of excellence within the profession, as in order to qualify you must meet specific criteria in terms of academic qualifications, work experience and commitment to professional development.

To find out more about how to become a Chartered Chemical Engineer you should contact the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE), the professional and qualifying body for chemical engineers.

Only IChemE can reward Chartered Chemical Engineer status. However full Members of IChemE are also eligible if they meet certain criteria, to become registered as a Chartered Engineer (CEng), Chartered Scientist (CSci) or Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv).

At this stage the only criteria you need to worry about is ensuring that your degree is accredited by IChemE - you can check the accreditation status of courses with the university or Engineering Council.