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IET Awards - Achievement Medals

Awards, prizes and scholarships within engineering and technology

Other IET Awards


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The Faraday Medals is awarded for notable scientific/industrial achievement, for services rendered to the advancement of engineering/technology or for lifetime achievement in science, engineering or technology.


Find out more about the IET's most prestigious Achievement Medal

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The Mensforth Manufacturing Gold Medal is awarded to candidates who have made major and distinguished contribution in the manufacturing sector.




Find out more about the Mensforth  Manufacturing Gold Medal.

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The IET Achievement Medals are awarded by the IET to nominees who have made major and distinguished contributions in the various sectors of engineering and technology.



Find out more about the IET Achievement Medals

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The Sir Henry Royce Award is awarded to a young professional who has excelled in the workplace within the last three years.





Find out more about the Sir Henry Royce Young Professional Medal

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The Mike Sargeant Award is presented to a young professional who has been judged to have made the most significant progress in their career over more than three years.



Find out more about the Mike Sargeant Young Professional Medal

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The Mountbatten Medal celebrates individuals who have made an significant contribution, over a period of time, to the promotion of  electronics or information technology and their application.




Find out more about the Mountbatten Medal

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The J J Thomson Medal for Electronics is awarded to candidates who have made major and distinguished contributions in electronics.





Find out more about the JJ Thomson Medal for Electronics

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A new Achievement Medal was awarded for the first time in 2015, this award recognises the importance of volunteers to the IET.





Find out more about the new IET Volunteer Medal

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The Paul Fletcher Award is awarded to young professional volunteers for outstanding achievement in contributing to the activities of the IET.




Find out more about the Paul Fletcher Young Professional Award

Closing date for nominations for 2016 awards

27 May 2016,  17:00 (BST)

Winners are chosen by the IET Awards and Prizes Committee for presentation at the Achievement Awards ceremony. Winners are matched to awards by the committee, so only one nomination is required for a nominee to be considered for all appropriate awards.


Related links

  •  If you are interested in nominating someone, please see the Candidate criteria guidance (PDF) document before completing the nomination form.



2016 Key dates


IET Achievement Awards:
16 November 2016, 13:00 (GMT)


Achievement Medal Nominations:
27 May 2016, 17:00 (BST)


Submit an Achievement Medal nomination

2016 online nomination form


Related links

Candidate criteria guidance (PDF)



IET Achievement Medal leaflet (PDF)

IET Young Professional Achievement Medal leaflet (PDF)


See also

Previous winners