Accreditation

Accredited engineering qualifications

What is the difference between an accredited and non-accredited qualification?

Engineers Ireland accredits hundreds of courses across the diverse disciplines of engineering. Courses that we accredit are internationally recognised and graduates of these courses are eligible to apply for one of our registered professional titles.

Those who hold an Engineers Ireland accredited qualification have a more direct route to membership than those who hold a non-accredited qualification.

Find out more about accredited programmes.

I have an Irish qualification. Is it accredited?

Find out if your qualification is accredited using our accredited qualification search. Dates of accreditation are based on graduation dates.

I have a UK qualification. Is it accredited?

Under our international agreements, Engineers Ireland recognises accredited qualifications awarded by the Engineering Council UK as both institutions are signatories of the Washington, Sydney and Dublin accords.Find out more about these international agreements.

I have an engineering qualification from a country within the EU. Is it accredited?

Engineers Ireland will recognise qualifications listed on the FEANI Index (Fédération Européenne d'Associations Nationales d’Ingénieurs).

I have a qualification from outside the EU. Is it accredited?

Your qualification may be recognised under the Washington, Sydney and Dublin Accords. Learn more about signatory countries and accredited courses.

My qualification doesn’t appear to be accredited. Can I still become a member?

Yes –apply for membership and our team will be in touch to talk you through the best route for you.

Why is my Irish engineering qualification not accredited?

Engineers Ireland reviews qualifications for accreditation upon request of the third level institute only. Qualifications cannot be accredited retrospectively.