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Engineering Education Accreditation Organizations

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New rows for accreditation systems in EU and France (engineering)



This table is just a sampling of the many engineering education related accreditation organizations world-wide. For a far more comprehensive collection, please see Accreditation.org


Country  Organization  Purview
Australia Engineers Australia, Australian Engineering Accreditation Centre Engineering
Canada Engineers Canada, Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB) Engineering
Canadian Information Processing Society (CIPS) IT (including Computer Science, Software Engineering)
Denmark ACE Denmark The Accreditation Institution University Programs
Danish Evaluation Institute (EVA) Vocational/non-University Programs 
Germany ASIIN e. V.

Computer Science, Engineering, Mathematics, Natural Sciences,
Teaching Qualification

Europe ENAEE (EUR-ACE label) Engineering
France CTI (Commission des Titres d'Ingénieurs) Engineering
Japan Japan Accreditation Board for Engineering Education (JABEE) Computing, Engineering, IT 
Accreditation Board for Engineering Education of Korea (ABEEK)

Computing, Engineering, Engineering Technology

USA (and
ABET (formerly known as Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology)  Applied Science, Computing, Engineering,
   Engineering Technology 



The following links provide accreditation-related information on international agreements for engineering, computing, and IT-related qualifications:


International Engineering Alliance provides information on "six international agreements governing mutual recognition of engineering qualifications and professional competence," specifically, the Washington Accord, Sydney Accord, Dublin Accord, Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC Engineer), Engineers Mobility Forum agreement, Engineering Technologist Mobility Forum agreement.


Seoul Accord provides information on "a multi-lateral mutual-recognition agreement among agencies responsible for accreditation or recognition of tertiary-level computing and IT-related qualifications".






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