The Institution of Royal Engineers (InstRE)

 

The Institution of Royal Engineers (InstRE)

The Institution was established in 1875 and in 1923 it was granted its Royal Charter by King George V. The Institution is co-located with the Royal Engineers Museum at Chatham, Kent.

The present objects of the Institution are to promote and advance the science of military engineering and to promote the military efficiency of the Corps of Royal Engineers. In pursuit of these objects the Institution provides a forum for debate through its sponsorship of joint professional meetings; the publication of articles in its Journal; the maintenance of a Museum and Library for the Corps' heritage and archive collection; and the administration of prize funds, a memorials fund and a scholarship fund. The Institution is a licensed member of the
Engineering Council and can currently award Engineering Technician (EngTech), Incorporated Engineer (IEng) and Chartered Engineer (CEng)