May not what you are looking for but this information is taken from: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chartered_Engineer_(UK)
The level of competence required for registration as a Chartered Engineer in the UK is not comparable to other English-speaking jurisdictions; and set at a higher level. It is comparable, however, to many continental European countries that require master's-level education for registration as a professional engineer. Since the Engineering Council (UK) moved to the M-Level qualification required for registration, there have been inconsistencies in the Washington Accord agreement on the recognition of academic qualifications.
Although the Engineering Council (UK) now requires a master's-level qualification for Chartered Engineer registration, the other Washington Accord signatories have not raised the level of qualification (it remains at the bachelor's degree-level) though North American Bachelors degrees are 4 years in length equivalent to a UK undergraduate Masters degree. A recent International Engineering Alliance (IEA)  meeting brought forth these issues regarding the Washington Accord. It was unanimously agreed that all Washington Accord countries will look to follow the path taken by the UK and raise the requirement for professional engineer registration to the master's degree-level. In the meantime, the Engineering Council (UK) can restrict registration to those that hold bachelor's degree qualifications from Washington Accord countries. And reciprocally many current UK qualified Chartered Engineers are not eligible for licensing as Professional Engineers in Canada and the United States since they do not have engineering degree level education. Licensing bodies in North America assess each Chartered Engineers application for P.E / P.Eng on a case by case basis.
Chartered Engineers are entitled to register through the European Federation of National Engineering Associations as a European Engineerand use the pre-nominal of Eur Ing.