Migration skills assessment

Have your skills and qualifications assessed by Australia's peak engineering body.

Engineers Australia provides fair and accurate skills assessment services to engineers who wish to migrate to Australia. As the designated assessing authority for engineering occupations, we utilise our expertise to administer impartial assessments appropriate to every applicant.

Engineers Australia promotes a guarantee of excellence for our migration services. We are trusted by the Department of Home Affairs, utilised by engineers around the world and associated with prestigious international accords and organisations.

Migrating to a new country takes a lot of work. We’re here to help. Explore the pages below for helpful information and materials that will guide you through the migration process.

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