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NSE MEMBERSHIP THROUGH EFN

EFN MEMBERS WISHING TO JOIN THE NIGERIAN SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS (NSE)

The Nigerian Society of Engineers is the umbrella organization for the Engineering Profession in Nigeria. The Society looks after the professional needs of members through well-structured programmes and regular interactions among the different cadre of membership, enhancing high professional standard and ethical practices. There are six grades of membership namely: Fellow, Honorary Fellow, Corporate Member, Graduate Member, Associate and Student Member. The Society provides a forum for engineers to exchange ideas and update their knowledge on contemporary and future developments in engineering.

EFN have established a link with NSE for the registration of their members through NSE Presidential interview. This will enable members to practise in Nigeria and also to register with COREN. Listed below is the process.

Members’ requirements:

  • Expression of interest to EFN Secretariat

  • Minimum duration of paid-up EFN membership of 12 months.

  • Download and complete NSE application form (NSE site nse.org.ng)

  • Return form to EFN Secretariat for checking and submission to NSE office with appropriate fee and documents listed below.

  • A degree or Higher Certificate from accredited institution

  • Relevant experience report (report length check NSE website)

  • Appropriate professional qualification for example Chartered Engineer status

  • All above document will have to be submitted for verification by EFN.

 

All enquiries before/after submission should be directed to EFN-NSE co-ordinator through the secretariat. NSE co-ordinator will advise candidates of interview date – after liaison with NSE Executive Secretary.

It is absolutely imperative therefore, if candidates wishes to travel or are unable to attend the interview, to inform the secretariat in advance after submission date. The secretariat will organise the venue and time of the interview.

EFN Recommendations:

A minimum of 12 candidates are require for each interview process to take place.

EFN and NSE have the right refuse applicant and/or cancel the interview at short notice.

It is recommended that the payment for registration should be confirmed with the co-ordinator

The payment made by candidates will cover;

  • The cost of travel and hosting of NSE Executive Secretary during interview

  • Upon satisfactory registration, the cost of first registration with NSE

  • Associated cost of interview venue.

 

The above recommendations may differ annually.

 

Engr. Dapo Sulu

NSE/EFN Coordinator                                                           

Engineering Forum of Nigerians (UK)