EUR-ACE® Label Authorisation Process

EUR-ACE® is the European quality label for engineering degree programmes at Bachelor and Master Level. 

The EUR-ACE® label distinguishes only between First and Second cycle degrees. This means that graduates from EUR-ACE® labelled programmes can call themselves respectively either EUR-ACE® Bachelor or EUR-ACE® Master.

What engineering programmes can get a EUR-ACE® label?

Engineering programmes that have been accredited by a EUR-ACE® authorised agency can be awarded the EUR-ACE® label.

ASIIN – Germany 631
Engineers Ireland 161
CTI – France 419
AEER – Russia 159
Engineering Council UK 119
Ordem dos Eng. – Portugal 31
MÜDEK – Turkey 254
QUACING – Italy 30
ARACIS – Romania 1
KAUT – Poland 6

Authorisation to award the EUR-ACE® label may be granted both to…

(a) accreditation agencies, within the European Higher Education Area (EHEA), dealing only with the accreditation of engineering programmes, and

(b) quality assurance agencies, within the EHEA, which deal with institutional reviews and accreditation of programmes in engineering and other academic disciplines.

Download the full document EUR-ACE® Label Authorization Process +

HEIs seeking to award the EUR-ACE® label

ENAEE is the European body responsible for authorising agencies to award the EUR-ACE® label.

How to apply to award the EUR-ACE® label?

Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) in any of the countries below, where agencies are already authorised to award the EUR-ACE® Label, should contact the relevant agency.

FINLAND

FINEEC – Korkeakoulujen arviointineuvosto KKA

W: karvi.fi E: marja-liisa.saarilammi@karvi.fi


FRANCE

CTI – Commission des Titres d’Ingénieur

W: cti-commission.fr E: international@cti-commission.fr


GERMANY

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

W: asiin.de E: info@asiin.de


ITALY

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

W: quacing.it E: segreteria@quacing.it


IRELAND

Engineers Ireland

engineersireland.ie E: dowens@engineersireland.ie


KAZAKHSTAN

KazSEE – Kazakhstan Society for Engineering Education

W: www.kazsee.kz E: info.kazsee@gmail.com


POLAND

KAUT – Komisja Akredytacyjna Uczelni Technicznych

W: kaut.agh.edu.pl E: B.Macukow@mini.pw.edu.plkaut@agh.edu.pl


PORTUGAL

Ordem dos Engenheiros

W: ordemengenheiros.pt E: Susana.Teles@ordemdosengenheiros.pt


ROMANIA

ARACIS – The Romanian Agency for Quality Assurance in Higher Education

W: aracis.ro E: secretariat@aracis.ro


RUSSIA

AEER – Association for Engineering Education of Russia

W: aeer.ru E: ac@ac-raee.ru


SLOVAKIA

ZSVTS – Zväz slovenských vedeckotechnických spoločností

W: zsvts.sk E: zsvts@zsvts.sk


SPAIN

ANECA / IIE – ANECA National Agency for Quality Assessment and Accreditation of Spain (in conjunction with IIE Instituto de la Ingeniería de España)

W: aneca.es / www.iies.es E: abonilla@aneca.es


SWITZERLAND

AAQ – Schweizerische Agentur für Akkreditierung und Qualitätssicherung

W: aaq.ch E: berchtold.vonsteiger@aaq.ch


TURKEY

MÜDEK – Association for Evaluation and Accreditation of Engineering Programs

W: mudek.org.tr E: mak@mudek.org.tr; tdogu@metu.edu.tr


UK

Engineering Council

W: engc.org.uk E: international@engc.org.uk

 

If your country is not listed, please contact the ENAEE Secretariat directly secretariat@enaee.eu

Document status

  • Approved by the ENAEE GA in November 2016, for a test period of 2 years (2017- 2018)

Scope

This document covers good practice guidelines which ENAEE Authorized Agencies (agencies authorized by ENAEE to award the EUR-ACE® label) should follow when performing:

  • Transnational Accreditation, as below defined (i.e. including the award of the EUR-ACE label)
  • Accreditation of International Double or Joint Degrees

Download Transnational accreditation by Authorised ENAEE agencies – a Best Practice Guide +

Quality Requirements

To be authorised, an accreditation agency must satisfy appropriate quality requirements and accredit in accordance with the EUR-ACE® Framework Standards.