Professional Engineer

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Professional Engineer is the term for registered or licensed engineer in some countries, including the United States and Canada who are permitted to offer their professional services directly to the public. The term Professional Engineer and the phrase practice of professional engineering is legally defined and protected by law. In most jurisdictions only registered or licensed Professional Engineers are permitted to use the designated title, or to practice Professional Engineering.

Professional Engineering Titles

Post-nominal letters used vary by location:

Africa

  • Pr.Eng. or PrEng in South Africa (for engineers holding a B.Eng., B.Sc. or B.Sc.Eng. with relevant experience)

Asia

  • C.Eng in India Institution of Engineering under Royal Charter
  • P.E.Jp as a pre-nominal in Japan
  • Engineer or Engr is used as a pre-nominal (similar to Dr. or Prof.) in Pakistan
  • IR is used as a pre-nominal in Malaysia
  • MHKIE (member Hong Kong Instition of Engineers) is used for qualified professional engineer in Hong Kong who are members of the Hong Kong Institute of Engineers

Europe

  • EurIng (European Engineer) in Europe, used as a pre-nominal (similar to Dr. or Prof).
  • Ing.P.Eur (European Professional Engineer) in Europe, used as a pre-nominal
  • Dipl.-Ing. and Ing. in Germany (pre-nominal letters)
  • Ing. in Italy (for engineers holding a Master's degree) or Ing.jr (Bachelor's). A state exam is required. (pre-nominal letters)
  • Siv. Ing. (Sivilingeniør, M.Sc) and ing. (Høyskoleingeniør, B.Sc) in Norway. The titled is used by persons holding degrees from accredited engineering colleges and universities.
  • CEng (Chartered Engineer) and IEng (Incorporated Engineer) in the UK & Republic of Ireland. UK and Irish engineers may also carry post-nominal letters specific to their specialist engineering institute, such as MIET (professional engineers and graduate professionals registered with the IET)
  • Civ. Ing. in Sweden (for engineers holding a Master's degree in Engineering)
  • Ing. in Romania, used as a pre-nominal (similar to Dr. or Prof.).
  • Ing. for engineers holding a Master's degree in Czechia, used as a pre-nominal (similar to Dr. or Prof.).

Latin America

  • Ing. in Spanish speaking countries (pre-nominal letters) (similar to Dr. or Prof). Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Perú, Uruguay, Venezuela.

North America

  • P.Eng. is used in Canada, except the province of Quebec.
  • Eng. (French:ing.) is used in Quebec.
  • P.E. or PE is used in the U.S.

Oceania

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