Graduate membership

We will be there with you throughout college and beyond, helping you to kick-start your career after graduation. 

There are two offers of graduate membership available to students of Engineers Ireland, which depend on your graduation year. Both offers require you to be a student member first and are detailed below: 

Year 2020 Graduates 2021 Graduates
2021 €70 transfer fee (€210 discount) Free transfer (€280 discount)
2022 €140 annual subscription (€140 discount) €70 annual subscription (€210 discount)
2023 €210 annual subscription (€70 discount) €140 annual subscription (€140 discount) 
2024 €280 subscription  €210 annual subscription (€70 discount)

Please note, you must first become a Student member before you can transfer to Graduate membership. Apply for free Student membership below.

How to apply for Graduate membership

We have made it easier than ever to apply for this offer. Once you have an existing student membership you can follow these three steps:

1. Log in to your member dashboard (below)

2. Click on MembersArea in the top right, and select My Profile /Dashboard

3. You will now get an option to Become a Full Member

What happens next?

We will send you more information on how to verify your qualifications via email. If you have not officially graduated, or if you have not been able to provide us verification of completing college, we place you at a holding membership grade.

Once a month our Membership Qualification Board (MQB) meets to consider candidates for Membership of Institution of Engineers Ireland. Once accepted you will be posted an updated Membership Card and Certificate (you will be permitted to use the post-nominal MIEI from this point onwards once certified).

Graduate membership
Benefits of being a member
Being a member of Engineers Ireland's community shows your commitment to delivering excellence in engineering. As our member, we support your professional development and help you to expand your career at home and abroad.
Graduate membership
Graduate stories
Advice and first-hand accounts of life as a graduate member of Engineers Ireland