International Professional Engineers Agreement jurisdictions
- Australia (The Institution of Engineers Australia)
- Canada (The Canadian Council of Professional Engineers)
- Chinese Taipei (Chinese Institute of Engineers)
- Hong Kong China (The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers)
- India (Institution of Engineers India)
- Ireland (Engineers Ireland)
- Japan (The Institution of Professional Engineers, Japan)
- Korea (The Korean Professional Engineers Association)
- Malaysia (The Board of Engineers Malaysia)
- New Zealand (Engineering New Zealand)
- Pakistan (Pakistan Engineering Council)
- Singapore (Institution of Engineers Singapore)
- South Africa (The Engineering Council of South Africa)
- Sri Lanka (Institution of Engineers Sri Lanka)
- United Kingdom (Engineering Council)
- United States (The US Council for International Engineering Practice).
Am I eligible?
- You need to be an IET Member who is registered as a Chartered Engineer (CEng) with the IET.
- Your qualifications must include an accredited degree or equivalent.
- You need seven years of post-grad experience and two years of responsibility for significant engineering works.
- You must be maintaining continuous professional development to an appropriate standard.
How do I apply?
- Get your application form from the Engineering Council. The Engineering Council offers guidance on filling it out.
- Pay an initial fee of £105, plus £60 every five years for renewal, through the Engineering Council.