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Applications for Engineers
Choose the option below that applies to you.
If you have a CEAB accredited bachelor degree in engineering, follow this process.
If your bachelor level education is from outside Canada, OR if you graduated from a non-CEAB accredited Canadian engineering program, follow this process.
All international graduate inquiries must go to email@example.com
If you are currently licensed as a member-in-training with APEGS, follow this process.
If you are currently licensed as a professional member, member-in-training, engineering licensee (or equivalent), geoscience licensee (or equivalent) in another Canadian jurisdiction, follow this process.
If you have a professional designation in Australia, Hong Kong, Ireland, Mexico or United States, read the page titled International Mobility to see if you are elligible for this process.
If you are a Professional Engineer in Texas or have a Cedula in Mexico, read the page entitled Temporary Licenee to see you are eligible for this licence.
This registration category is available for these two scenarios:
a) If you do not have a bachelor level education in engineering, but you have professional experience in engineering, or
b) If you were assessed as an engineer-in-training and you have deficiencies that need to be fulfilled, or you were denied, then you may qualify for engineering licensee.
Note: If you are not sure if you meet the academic requirements for engineer-in-training, you should apply as an engineer-in-training anyway and see what the results are. If your result shows that you do not meet the academic requirements, your options would be to fulfill the deficiencies, or apply as an engineering licensee. The engineering licensee application is reduced by the engineer-in-training application fee in this case.
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