What is Fellowship?
Fellowship is the highest grade of membership of the IES and applications can be made by those members who are recognised by their peers as exceptional individuals in the field of environmental science. Fellowship is for Members who have achieved distinction in the environmental sciences profession. Fellowship normally requires a further seven years experience beyond that required to become a Member. Application should be made subsequent to joining the Institution, unless you received an invitation to apply.
Is it for me?
Achieving Fellowship offers recognition of your substantial achievements in the field of environmental science. Fellows can use the suffix FIEnvSc to demonstrate this achievement. As a Fellow you will receive our journal four times a year and our monthly e-newsletter, with opportunities to publish your work. You will have exclusive access to the Members' area on our website, with news, jobs and events.
Examples of 'distinctiveness'
Fellowship is for Members who have achieved distinction in the environmental profession. Below is a list of example achievements that the Fellowship Committee may consider during a fellowship application.