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 Office Closure Notice

Our office will be closing during the Christmas and New Year holidays from 22 December 2018 to 6 January 2019. You will be still able to submit an application during this period.
Please note the Fast Track application will still be processed in priority, however the processing time will be extended. 
We apologise for any assessment delay caused by the closure and would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your support throughout the year.

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