Accreditation of Engineering Education Programs

Evaluating programs for Professional Engineers, Engineering Technologists and Engineering Associates.
 

 

Engineers Australia is the trusted accreditation authority for tertiary engineering education in Australia and overseas.

The Australian Engineering Accreditation Centre (AEAC) evaluates engineering programs at the levels of Professional Engineer, Engineering Technologist and Engineering Associate. Explore the pages below to learn more.

View the list of accredited programs (opens in a new tab)

 

Qualifications awarded prior to 1980
Interested in applying for membership but have an unlisted Australian qualification which was awarded prior to 1980?  Please contact our Member Assessment Team who will assist you in determining whether your qualification is accredited by Engineers Australia.

 

**Please note - the AEAC Website is under development as the Centre transitions to the 2019 Accreditation Management System. Further updates to the layout of the site are expected in the coming months**

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