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EUR-ACE® Label and ENAEE

ASIIN e. V. is a founding member of the European Network for the Accreditation of Engineering Education (ENAEE) carried by central institutions and organisations dealing with the education of engineers at a European level.

The goal of ENAEE, founded in 2006, is the promotion of mobility of graduates from degree programmes in engineering through a mutual recognition of the accreditation decisions issued within a European accreditation association.

ENAEE is the body responsible for a subject-related quality seal for degree programmes in engineering, the EUR-ACE® label, which supports:

The Fédération Européenne d’Association Nationales d’Ingénieurs (FEANI) usually recognises the EUR-ACE® label as a prerequisite for the acceptance of a degree programme into the so-called FEANI Index.

As of 17 November 2006, ASIIN e. V. is authorised to award the EUR-ACE® label for engineering degree programmes in addition to the ASIIN seal, provided that the requirements are fulfilled.

Development of the EUR-ACE® label

Within the European Accredited Engineering Project (EUR-ACE®) and the succeeding EUR-ACE® Implementation Project funded by the European Commission, ASIIN e. V., together with various European partners, has formulated joint learning outcomes (“outcome standards”) for Bachelor’s and Master’s graduates of European engineering degree programmes and procedural standards. These are documented in the “EUR-ACE® Framework Standards for the Accreditation of Engineering Programmes” published in 2006.

Organisations from 11 European states and a number of international organisations involved in the establishment of comparable standards for engineering education at HEIs or the recognition of relevant degrees, were the partners in this project: among others, the Fédération Européenne d’Association Nationales d’Ingénieurs (FEANI), the Conference of European Schools for Advanced Engineering Education and Research (CESAER), the Société Européenne pour la formation d’Ingénieurs (SEFI), the European Network for Quality of Higher Engineering Education for Industry (ENQHEEI), and the European University Association (EUA).

In a meeting on 17 November 2006, the Administrative Council of ENAEE decided to assign the task of reviewing the maintenance of the standards first to six European accreditation agencies: besides ASIIN in Germany, the engineering accreditation agencies ECUK (United Kingdom), EI (Ireland), CTI (France), OE (Portugal) und RAEE (Russian Federation) have passed the admission examination.

Your path to the EUR-ACE® label

Institutions interested in a EUR-ACE® accreditation may specify so in their accreditation request or contact our programme managers. For background information, please refer to the website of ENAEE.

EUR-ACE® standards and procedural principles for the accreditation of degree programmes

EUR-ACE® standards and procedural principles

Comment on the EUR-ACE® standards and procedural principles


Information on ENAEE

...Please refer to the website

The secretary general of ENAEE is located at FEANI in Brussels:

c/o Secretariat General of FEANI
18 Avenue Roger Vandendriessche
1150 Brussels, Belgium
Tel.: + 32 2 639 03 93
Fax: + 32 2 639 03 99
Email: enaee[at]feani[dot]org

ENAEE Statutes (English Translation)

ENAEE General Policy Statement

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