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Now there are five types of member


Council's decision seems to imply four classes of membership: FICE, CEng MICE, Ieng MICE and MICE.

However, incorporated engineers who are chartered 'other' engineers would seem to be able to describe themselves as CEng MICE, which gives five classes.

To achieve one class of member embracing all those who qualify professionally will require a further round of reorganisation.

Peter Smart, Glasgow University, Glasgow G12 8QQ

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