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Is Your Program Recognized?

Select the appropriate Mutual Recognition Agreement below; the following questions will help you determine whether your program is recognized by the chosen MRA.

  • Engineers Canada Bilateral MRA

    1. Did you graduate from a four-year, bachelor’s level engineering program on or after 1980?

    ۱:Proceed to next question.

    No: Program not recognized by the 51/Engineers Canada bilateral Mutual Recognition Agreement (MRA). This bilateral MRA was signed in 1980; therefore, it applies only to students who graduated in 1980 or later.

     

    2. Did you graduate from an engineering program based in Canada or the United States?

    ۱:Proceed to next question

    :Program not recognized by the 51/Engineers Canada bilateral MRA. This bilateral MRA applies only to programs based in the U.S. or Canada.

     

    3. Was the program you graduated from accredited by 51 or Engineers Canada at the time of your graduation? To check the accreditation status, please visit either:

    ۱:The program you graduated from is recognized under the 51/Engineers Canada MRA.

    No: Program not recognized by the 51/Engineers Canada bilateral (MRA). This bilateral MRA applies only to accredited (at the time of your graduation) engineering programs based in the U.S. and Canada.

     

    If you have any questions, please contact 51’s Director – International Engagement.

  • Washington Accord

    Graduates of programs based in the United Kingdom and Russia: Please email 51’s Director – International Engagement to determine if the program you graduated from is recognized by the Washington Accord. Your email should include the following information:

    1. Name of Institution
    2. Name of Program
    3. Year of Enrollment
    4. Year of Graduation
    5. Degree Level (B.S., B.Eng. M.S., etc.)
    6. Length of Program
    7. Did you graduate with honors?

     

    All other graduates: Please answer the following questions to determine if the program you graduated from is recognized by the Washington Accord.

     

    1. Did you graduate from a bachelor’s level engineering program on or after 1989?

    ۱:Proceed to next question

    :Program not recognized by the Washington Accord. The Washington Accord was established in 1989, therefore, it applies only to students who graduated in 1989 or later.

     

    2. Did you graduate from an engineering program based in one of the following jurisdictions: Australia, Canada, Chinese Taipei, Costa Rica, Hong Kong, India, Ireland, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Pakistan, Peru, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Turkey, or the U.S.?

    ۱:Proceed to next question

    :Program not recognized by the Washington Accord. The Washington Accord applies only to engineering programs based in the jurisdictions listed above.

     

    3. Was your program accredited by the home signatory at the time of your graduation? Check the accreditation status:













    MUDEK





    ۱:Proceed to next question

    :Not recognized by the Washington Accord. The Washington Accord applies only to programs accredited by the appropriate signatory at the time of your graduation.

     

    4. Was the signatory a full signatory of the Washington Accord at the time of your graduation? Admission dates can be found in parentheses in .

    ۱:The program you graduated from is recognized by the Washington Accord.

    :The program you graduated from is not recognized by the Washington Accord. The accrediting organization must have been a full signatory to the accord at the time of your graduation.

     

    If you have any questions, please contact 51’s Director – International Engagement.

  • Sydney Accord

    Graduates of programs based in the United Kingdom: Please email 51’s Director – International Engagement to determine if your program is recognized by the Sydney Accord.

     

    All other graduates: Answer the following questions to determine if the program you graduated from is recognized by the Sydney Accord.

     

    1. Did you graduate from a four-year, bachelor’s level engineering technology program on or after 2001?

    ۱:Proceed to next question

    :Program not recognized by the Sydney Accord. The Sydney Accord was established in 2001, therefore, it applies only to students who graduated in 2001 or later. It also applies only to four-year, bachelor’s level engineering technology programs.

     

    2. Did you graduate from an engineering technology program based in one of the following jurisdictions: Australia, Canada, Chinese Taipei, Hong Kong, Ireland, Malaysia, New Zealand, South Africa, South Korea, the United Kingdom or the U.S.

    ۱:Proceed to next question

    :Program not recognized by the Sydney Accord. The Sydney Accord applies only to four-year engineering technology programs based in the jurisdictions listed above.

     

    3. Was your program accredited by the relevant signatory at the time of your graduation? Check the accreditation status:







    Engineering Council South Africa (ECSA)



    ۱:Proceed to next question

    :Program not recognized by the Sydney Accord. The Sydney Accord applies only to programs accredited by the appropriate signatory at the time of your graduation.

     

    4. Was the home signatory a full signatory of the Sydney Accord at the time of your graduation? Admission dates can be found in parentheses in .

    ۱:The program you graduated from is recognized under the Sydney Accord.

    :The program you graduated from is not recognized by the Sydney Accord. The accrediting organization must have been a full signatory to the Sydney Accord at the time of your graduation.

     

    If you have any questions, please contact 51’s Director – International Engagement.

  • Dublin Accord

    Graduates of programs based in the United Kingdom: Please email 51’s Director – International Engagement to determine if your program is recognized by the Dublin Accord.

     

    All other graduates: Answer the following questions to determine if the program you graduated from is recognized by the Dublin Accord.

     

    1. Did you graduate from a two-year, engineering technician program on or after 2002?

    ۱:Proceed to next question

    :Program not recognized by the Dublin Accord. The Dublin Accord was established in 2002, therefore, it applies only to students who graduated in 2002 or later. It also applies only to two-year engineering technician programs.

     

    2. Did you graduate from an engineering technician program based in one of the following jurisdictions: Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, South Africa, South Korea, the U.K. or the U.S.?

    ۱:Proceed to next question

    :Program not recognized by the Dublin Accord. The Dublin Accord applies only to two-year engineering technician programs based in the jurisdictions listed above.

     

    3. Was your program accredited by the relevant signatory at the time of your graduation? Check the accreditation status:








    ۱:Proceed to next question

    :Program not recognized by the Dublin Accord. The Dublin Accord applies only to programs accredited by the appropriate signatory at the time of your graduation.

     

    4. Was the home signatory a full signatory of the Dublin Accord at the time of your graduation? Admission dates can be found in parentheses in this .

    ۱:The program you graduated from is recognized under the Dublin Accord.

    :The program you graduated from is not recognized by the Dublin Accord. The accrediting organization must have been a full signatory to the Dublin Accord at the time of your graduation.

     

    If you have any questions, please contact 51’s Director – International Engagement.