Helping Professionals Migrate to Australia

Engineers Australia is a trusted provider of assessment services for migrants.

Engineers Australia is the designated authority for assessing skills and competencies related to engineering occupations in Australia. We work with the Department of Home Affairs, migration agents and international organisations to develop streamlined migration skills assessment procedures for engineers.

Every year, we help thousands of engineers in and outside of Australia achieve their goals. Whether you are a foreign student that needs assessment for a new visa, or a skilled engineer seeking a new life in our beautiful country, we can help.

Engineers Australia will serve you with care and integrity. Our expertise ensures your skills, experience and education will be reviewed with the attention and understanding you deserve.

 

Christmas and New Year Shutdown and Service Delay

Please note: Engineers Australia will shut down during Christmas and New Year between 24th December 2020 and 10th January 2021.

Applications lodged between 7th December 2020 and 31st January 2021 are expected to be affected by the shutdown period and may experience a service delay. Fast Track may take longer than the advertised 20 working days to be claimed by an assessor but will be addressed first.

Direct Debit payments for January 2021 will be processed in the week of 11 January 2021.

We would like to wish everyone a safe and happy holiday and look forward to working closely with you again in the new year.

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