AEER Governing Bodies
Journal "Engineering Education"
AEER & ENAEE
European Network for Accreditation of Engineering Education (ENAEE) is a network of accrediting agencies. It was established with the purpose building and support of European accreditation systems for engineering degree programs.
Main objectives of the European Network for Accreditation of Engineering Education are as follows:
The assessment and certification of accreditation agencies’ quality complies with the Standards and Guidelines for Quality Assurance in the European Higher Education Area (ESG) and the employers’ requirements. Members of ENAEE are agencies and professional organizations with an interest in the education and formation of engineering professionals. Accreditation agencies – members of ENAEE have the opportunity to award the EUR-ACE® label at first and second cycle to engineering programs which they have accredited.
Benefits of the EUR-ACE® label:
Today AEER is the only Russian accreditation agency in ENAEE, despite the fact that the number of national agencies – ENAEE members is not limited. ENAEE has 17 full member accreditation agencies from EU (11 countries), Russia, Turkey and Switzerland, as well as 4 associated member agencies. EUR-ACE® label has been awarded to more than 1600 engineering educational programs of 300 universities and other educational institutions in 21 countries.