Engineers Australia's Overseas Chapters

Stay connected to your industry and peers in Australia wherever life takes you.

Engineers Australia has overseas chapters in Asia, the Middle East and the UK. Members are a mix of Australian expatriates and engineering graduates who have studied an Australian (or equivalent) engineering qualification.  

Our chapters meet regularly and offer networking opportunities, continuous professional development (CPD) events, support for members wishing to become Chartered and professional mentoring. We also have interest groups all across the world that host informal meetings for members in those countries.

Our chapters assist the efforts of engineers overseas in gaining internationally recognised credentials such Chartered Status and EngExec. We welcome you to join us and to gain a place in a global community of engineering professionals.

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