Fellows: are senior members of the Institute who have achieved a position of high responsibility and have contributed significantly to the advancement of the field through research or practice, or both. Fellowship is by conferment by the Council based on proposals made by the Executive Committee of the Institute.
Members: have a serious interest in the field, support the aim and objectives of the Institute and hold at least an acceptable bachelor degree in structural, civil, mechanical or material engineering or a related
discipline, or equivalent.
Student Members: support the aim and objectives of the Institute and are currently students of an undergraduate or postgraduate degree program at a recognised institution of higher learning.
Patron Members: Organisations qualified for a Collective Membership of IIFC may join as a Patron Member by invitation of the Executive Committee. A Patron Membership indicates special dedication of an organisation to IIFC. A Patron Member is offered high visibility in IIFC’s publications and activities, and through its web site. A patron membership includes two designated individuals who shall have all the privileges of IIFC membership.