Structure of ENAEE

The General Assembly elects the President and the members of the Administrative Council from nominations made by the Full and Associate Members of ENAEE.

The General Assembly is the highest decision making body of ENAEE.

It meets at least once a year.

It consists of one representative from each member organisation (26 in 01/2022).

The General Assembly nominates representatives from authorised agencies to make up the EUR-ACE® label committee.

Composition of the General Assembly (status: 6 May 2022)


Voting delegates of Full Members

  • AAEPO – Agency for accreditation of educational programs and organizations
  • AAQ – Swiss Agency of Accreditation and Quality Assurance: Berchtold Von Steiger (as of 11/2015)
  • ACREDITA CI – Agencia Acreditadora Colegio de Ingenieros de Chile
  • AEER – Association for Engineering Education of Russia: Yuri Pokholkov
  • ANECA – National Agency for Quality Assessment and Accreditation of Spain:  Guillermo Calleja (as of 07/2016)
  • ARACIS – The Romanian Agency for Quality Assurance In Higher Education: Simona Lache (as of 10/2015)
  • ASIIN – Fachakkreditierungsagentur Für Studiengänge Der Ingenieurwissenschaften, Der Informatik, Der Naturwissenschaften Und Der Mathematik: Iring Wasser
  • CTI – Commission Des Titres D’ingenieur: Anne-Marie Jolly
  • Engineering Council: Denis Marchant
  • Engineers Ireland: Damien Owens
  • FINEEC – Finnish Education Evaluation Centre: Kati Isoaho
  • ICACIT – Instituto de Calidad y Acreditación de Programas de Computación, Ingeniería y Tecnología en ingeniería: Enrique Alvarez
  • IIE – Instituto De La Ingenieria De Espana: José-Luis Tejera (as of 03/2015)
  • JEA – Jordan Engineers Association
  • KAUT – Accreditation Commission of Universities of Technology: Bohdan Macukow
  • KAZSEE – Kazakh Association for Engineering Education: Abdumutalip Abzhapparov
  • MÜDEK – Association for Evaluation and Accreditation of Engineering Programs: Yavuz Ercil
  • OE – Ordem Dos Engenheiros: Lidia Santiago
  • QUACING – Agenzia Per La Certificazione Di Qualita E L’accreditamento EUR-ACE Dei Corsi Di Studio In Igegneria: Giovanni Betta
  • ZSVTS – The Association of Slovak Scientific and Technological Societies: Ivan Janac

Non-Voting Delegates of Associate Members

  • CIAEP – Center for Independent Accreditation of Engineering Programs: Bohdan Duda
  • CoPI – Conferenza Dei Presidi Delle Facolta’di Ingegneria Italiane: Marco Tubino (as of 10/2015)
  • FEANI: European Federation of National Engineering Associations: Dirk
    Bochar
  • FIGURE – A Network of French Universities for Engineering: Farid Ouabdesselam
  • IGIP – International Society for Engineering Education: Axel Zafoschnig (as of 11/2013)
  • LACCEI – Latin American and Caribbean Consortium of Engineering Institutions: José Carlos Quadrado (as of 01/2018)
  • SEFI – Societe Europeenne Pour La Formation D’ingenieurs: Yolande Berbers
  • TEK – The Finnish Association of Graduate Engineers: Juhani Nokela

The ENAEE (European Network for Engineering Accreditation) Administrative Council (AC) consists of ten persons, normally elected by the General Assembly for three years.

Its main tasks are to

  • consider and decide on recommendations from the various committees,
  • manage the activities of ENAEE and
  • make proposals to the General Assembly about policies, membership, and financial issues.

ENAEE is led by a President, two Vice-Presidents and a Treasurer, who are also members of the Administrative Council.

The President is elected for a term of two years by the GA from among the candidates proposed by the full members of ENAEE. The President can be re-elected only once.

There will be nine AC members. Each AC member is elected for a period of three years and can be re-elected only once.

1/3 of the AC members are replaced every year.

The Treasurer is elected by the AC from amongst its members. The Treasurer is elected for three years.

The Vice-Presidents are nominated by the Administrative Council from amongst its members upon proposal by the President and their tenure is three years. The Vice-President position is defined in the Statutes (i.e. no longer in the Bylaws).

Provisions for appointing a Secretary General (if and when needed) are introduced, both in the Statutes and Bylaws.

Members of the Administrative Council and President (status 01/2022)

  • Mr Damien OWENS (President)
  • Mr Carlos LOUREIRO (Treasurer)
  • Prof. Dr. José Carlos QUADRADO (Vice-President)
  • Prof. Dr. Marta KOSIOR-KAZBERUK (Vice-President)
  • Dr. Yolande BERBERS
  • Dr. Elisabeth CREPON
  • Dr. Yavuz ERCIL
  • Prof. Michael FERNANDO
  • Luis TEJERA OLIVER
  • Prof. Dr. Vincenzo TUCCI

Secretary General: Mrs. Ann Van Eycken

The EUR-ACE® Label Committee (LC) is composed of one representative of each accreditation agency authorised to award the EUR-ACE® label.

The Chair of the LC is nominated by the Members of the Committee and appointed by the Administrative Council.

At its meeting held on 13th September 2012, the Administrative Council decided that candidates for election to membership of the Label Committee must have the following qualifications,

  • An engineering or engineering-related qualification,
  • Fluency in English,
  • Extensive experience as an evaluator on audit teams accrediting engineering degree programmes,
  • Should be professionally active within or hold office in a professional or academic engineering organisation.

The role of the Label Committee

The role of the LC is to make recommendations to the Administrative Council of ENAEE in relation to the granting to accreditation agencies, (which accredit engineering programmes in the European Higher Education Area (EHEA)) the right to award the EUR-ACE® label to engineering education programmes that those agencies accredit.

Click here for Terms of Reference of LC.

  • Prof. Bohdan Macukow, KAUT, Poland (Chair)
  • Prof. Sebnem Baydere, MUDEK, Turkey
  • Prof. Harri Peuranen, FINEEC, Finland
  • Prof. Bernard Masserey, AAQ, Switzerland
  • Prof. Edward Jones, Engineers Ireland, Ireland
  • Prof. Guillermo Calleja, ANECA-IIE, Spain
  • Prof. Denis Marchant, EngC, United Kingdom
  • Zaitseva Ksenya, AEER, Russia
  • Prof. Anne-Marie Jolly, CTI, France
  • Prof. Simona Lache, ARACIS, Romania
  • Mr. Pedro Meda Magalhaes, Ordem dos Engenheiros, Portugal
  • Yerulan Sagidolda, KazSEE, Kazakhstan
  • Roman Hrmo, ZSVTS, Slovakia
  • Prof. Claudio Borri, QUACING, Italy
  • Prof. Madhu Chandra, ASIIN, Germany

To contact the Label Committee, please email the LC Secretariat at secretariat@enaee.eu

ENAEE Members are organisations concerned with Engineering Education and/or Profession, and in particular with accreditation.

There are two membership categories: full members and associate members.

ENAEE has currently 18 full members and 8 associate members (status: 01/2022)

 

Full ENAEE Members


Nurkamal Jetikashkaeva str., 1

AAEPO – Agency for Accreditation of Educational Programs and organizations (Full member as of 2022)

12-microdistrict, 720049 Bishkek, Kyrgyz Republic
E: accred.agency@aaepo.kg W: www.aaopo.kg 

AAQ – Swiss Agency of Accreditation and Quality Assurance (Full Member as of 2015)

Effingerstrasse 15, Case postale, 3001 Berne, Switzerland
E: info@aaq.ch, berchtold.vonsteiger@aaq.ch W: aaq.ch

Acredita CI – Agencia Acreditadora Colegio de Ingenieros de Chile (Full Member as of 2022)

Av. Santa María 0506, Piso 2, Providencia, Santiago, Chile
E: agencia@acreditaci.cl W: www.acreditaci.cl

AEER – Association for Engineering Education of Russia

Building 7, 78 Vernadskogo Prospect, Moscow 119454, Russia
E: ac@ac-raee.ru W: aeer.ru/en

ANECA –  National Agency for Quality Assessment and Accreditation of Spain (Full Member as of 1/2016)

C/ Orense 11, 7th floor, 28020 Madrid, Spain
E: abonilla@aneca.es W: www.aneca.es

ARACIS – The Romanian Agency for Quality Assurance in Higher Education

59 Mărăști Blvd, sector 1, RO-Bucharest, Romania
E: secretariat@aracis.ro W: www.aracis.ro

ASIIN – Fachakkreditierungsagentur für Studiengänge der Ingenieurwissenschaften, der Informatik, der Naturwissenschaften und der Mathematik e.V.

Mörsenbroicher Weg 200, D-40470 Düsseldorf, Germany
E: info@asiin.de W: www.asiin-ev.de

CTI – Commission des Titres d’Ingénieur

44 rue Cambronne, FR-75015 Paris
T: +33 1 73 04 34 31/30
E: international@cti-commission.fr W: www.cti-commission.fr

ENGINEERING COUNCIL

10 Lower Thames Street, London EC3R 6EN, United Kingdom
E: international@engc.org.uk W: www.engc.org.uk

ENGINEERS IRELAND

22 Clyde Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin D04R3N2, Ireland
E: info@engineersireland.ie W: www.engineersireland.ie

FINEEC – Kansallinen Koulutuksen Arviointikeskus Karvi

P.O. Box 28 (Mannerheiminaukio 1A, 6th floor), 00101 Helsinki, Finland
E: kati.isoaho@karvi.fi W: karvi.fi/en

ICACIT – Instituto de Calidad y Acreditación de Programas de Computación, Ingeniería y Tecnología en ingeniería

Av. Del Pinar 152. Of. 707, Santiago de Surco, Lima, Perú
E: informes@icacit.org.pe W: icacit.org.pe

IIE – Instituto de la Ingenieria de Espana

General Arrando 38, 28010 Madrid, Spain
E: iie@iies.es W: www.iies.es

JEA – Jordan Engineers Association

Shmeisani Amman Jordan, P.O. Box 940188, 11194 Jordan
E: info@jea.org.jo W: www.jea.org.jo/portal/en/

KAUT – Accreditation Commission of Universities of Technology (Full Member as of 01/2016)

c/o Akademia Gorniczo-Hutnicza im. Stanislawa Staszica, al. Mickiewicza 30, 30-059 Krakow, Poland
E: kaut@agh.edu.pl, B.Macukow@mini.pw.edu.pl W: www.kaut.agh.edu.pl

KAZSEE – Kazakhstan Society for Engineering Education (Full Member as of 1/2016)

Microdistrict 1/36, Almaty, Republic of Kazakhstan
E: info.kazsee@gmail.com W: kazsee.kz

MÜDEK – Association for Evaluation and Accreditation of Engineering Programs

Cevizli Mah. Tugay Yolu Cad. Ofisim Istanbul A Blok No 20 Kat 9, Maltepe
34846 Istanbul, Turkey
E: infos@mudek.org.tr W: www.mudek.org.tr

ORDEM DOS ENGENHEIROS

Av. Antonio Augusto de Aguiar, n°3D, 1069-030 Lisbon, Portugal
E: secretariageral@ordemdosengenheiros.pt W: www.ordemdosengenheiros.pt

QUACING – Agenzia per la Certificazione di  Qualità e l’Accreditamento EUR-ACE dei Corsi di Studio in Ingegneria

Via XX Settembre n. 5, 00187 Roma, Italy
E: segreteria@quacing.it W: www.quacing.it

ZSVTS – Association of Slovak Scientific and Technological Societies (Full Member as of 1/2016)

Kocel’ova 15, 815 94 Bratislava, Slovak Republic
E: zsvts@zsvts.sk W :www.zsvts.sk

 

Associate Members


CIAEP – Center for Independent Accreditation of Engineering Programs

37 Peremogy Avenue, building I, UA-03056 Kyiv
Associate Member as of 01/01/2017
E: bduda@ukr.net

CoPI – Conferenza per l’Ingegneria

c/o Universita La Sapienza – Facolta’ di Ingegneria, Via Eudossana 18, 00184 Roma, Italy
E: marco.tubino@unitn.it W: www.confpresing.it

FEANI – European Federation of National Engineering Associations

c/o Regus Office Center, Rond Point Schuman 6/5th floor, 1040 Brussels, Belgium
E: secretariat.general@feani.org W: www.feani.org

FIGURE – A Network of French Universities for Engineering

Rue C.C. Chenou, Bat. B5, TSA 51106, FR-86573 Poitiers Cedex 9
Associate Member as of 2015
E: yves.bertrand@univ-poitiers.fr W: reseau-figure.fr

IGIP – International Society for Engineering Education

c/o FH Kaernten, Europastrasse 4, 9525 Villach, Austria
E: office@igip.org W: www.igip.org

LACCEI – Latin American and Caribbean Consortium of Engineering Institutions

Engineering East, Building 96, EE-526, Florida Atlantic University, USA-Boca Raton, FL
Associate Member as of 01/01/2018
E: admin@laccei.org; info@laccei.org

SEFI – Société Européenne pour la Formation d’Ingénieurs

39 rue des Deux Eglises, 1000 Brussels, Belgium
E: francoise.come@sefi.be W: www.sefi.be

TEK – Academic Engineers and Architects in Finland

Ratavartijankatu 2, 00520 Helsinki, Finland
E: Juhani.Nokela@tek.fi W: www.tek.fi

Download ENAEE Statutes (English) +

Approved by the GA on 28th June 2021

Download ENAEE Statutes (French) +

As published in the ‘Moniteur Belge’

Download ENAEE Statutes and Internal Rules +

Approved by the GA on 28th June 2021

Become ENAEE member

ENAEE is a not-for-profit organisation whose aims are to:

  • Build confidence in systems of accreditation of engineering degree programmes in Europe
  • Promote the EUR-ACE® label and its associated framework standards
  • Promote and co-ordinate the national accreditation agencies, provide support and facilitate their regular reviews

The benefits of belonging to ENAEE are that is the access to international networking and an opportunity to shape further engineering education development.