Welcome to the United Kingdom

We work actively for the Institution in the following Regions:



 UK Regions / Areas / Young Member Panels
 Industry Centres (Railway, Automobile, Aerospace, Power & Process) 

 

Holding events, working on engineering initiatives, and raising the profile of engineering here.

Our area covers 80,000 members, and engineers here work across a broad spectrum of industries. Our events provide great networking opportunities, and we’re focused on giving our local membership value – so if there’s an event you’d like to see, contact us via regions@imeche.org.

Current and Future Events

Please click the event heading for further information.
  • Event Type: Social Event
    04 June 2012 12:00 to 04 June 2020 02:00
    Comfort Hotel - Harrow - NW London - Harrow
    A lunch club for retired professional engineers at the Comfort Hotel, Harrow with a 12:30 for 1pm start at a cost of £15 per person. Held on the 1st Monday of the month - every 2 months - dates for 2014 are: 3rd February - 7th April - 2nd June - 4th August (this may be changed by Hotel) - 6th October - 1st December - You are warmly welcome to join us, and as frequently as you wish
    Industry: Non Industry Specific
  • Event Type: Competition Event
    01 January 2015 00:00 to 31 August 2015 00:00
    On line event
    The theme of the competition is "Mechanical Engineering in Northern Ireland" and is open to all Northern Ireland members and non-members
    Industry: Non Industry Specific
  • Event Type: Schools/Colleges/University Events
    01 February 2015 00:00 to 07 July 2015 20:00
    The Education Village - Darlington
    Springfield Academy Greenpower Goblin project – STEM Support
    Industry: Automotive
  • Event Type: Schools/Colleges/University Events
    01 February 2015 00:00 to 07 July 2015 18:00
    Queen Elizabeth Sixth Form College - Darlington
    QE 6th Form Darlington F24 Greenpower project – STEM Support
    Industry: Automotive
  • Event Type: Schools/Colleges/University Events
    07 April 2015 19:00 to 02 October 2015 17:00
    *TBC
    The challenge is to produce a design that solves a problem which you face either at home, at work or in leisure activities, that previously you haven’t been able to solve but with the help of 3D printing you could resolve.
    Industry: Non Industry Specific
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