New full signatories to the International Engineering Alliance accords: Peru and Malaysia

Peru and Malaysia will join a list of 20 countries on the list of full signatories of the accords.
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New full signatories to the International Engineering Alliance accords: Peru and Malaysia

Two new countries have been admitted as full signatories of the accords.

Peru, represented by the Instituto de Calidad Y Acreditacion de Programas de Computacion, Ingeneria Y Technologia (ICACIT) is the 20th country to become a full signatory of the Washington accords, for the recognition of their Professional Engineering Qualifications.

Holders of accredited Peruvian qualifications completed in or after 2018 will be eligible for Membership of Engineers Australia in the Professional Engineer category as well as being eligible for a Migration Skills Assessment via the accredited qualifications pathways.

The list of accredited qualifications is available on the ICACIT website.

Malaysia, represented by Board of Engineers Malaysia (BEM) was already a full signatory of the Washington Accords since 2009, and is now also a full signatory of the Sydney Accord and of the Dublin Accord. 

Holders of accredited Malaysian qualifications under the Sydney or Dublin accord completed in or after 2018 will be eligible for Membership of Engineers Australia in the Engineering Technologist or Engineering Associate category respectively, as well as being eligible for a Migration Skills Assessment via the accredited qualifications pathways.

The list of accredited qualifications is available on the BEM website.

Congratulations to ICACIT and BEM for their work on the Engineering Education in Peru and Malaysia!