ICE's Student Prize is awarded to students who excel in the final two years of their ICE accredited undergraduate civil engineering degree course.
Winners get a cash prize of £250 and an ICE certificate of merit, presented at their graduation ceremony on request or sent by post.
Course leaders play a big part in this prize as they put forward potential winners. The prize takes into account:
- Talent in engineering design
- Impressive coursework
- Strong examination performance
To be in with a chance you'll need to be a current ICE student member doing a ICE accredited undergraduate civil engineering degree.
Your course leader should send a completed nomination form to [email protected].
To find out more please contact the education and learning administrator by either:
e: [email protected]
t: +44 (0)20 7665 2211
I received a first class BEng (Honours) degree in civil engineering at UHI in Inverness. I completed the course as a graduate apprentice whilst working full time for HGA consulting engineers, also based in Inverness.
It is a great honour to be awarded the ICE student prize and a proud moment to receive the award in front of my classmates and family at graduation. During the time I was studying, I would stay in the office after work for a couple of hours most nights which was exhausting at the time.
To get the results I had hoped for and now on top of that to be recognised with this prize makes it all worth while. To get this sort of recognition at the start of my career as an engineer gives me a great deal of confidence going forward and has made me excited for what the future holds.