The NCEES International Registry assists U.S.-based professional engineers who are seeking recognition in other nations.
If you are interested in being added to the International Registry, you must
- Be a citizen or permanent resident currently licensed as a professional engineer in a U.S. state or territory
- Hold a record clean of disciplinary action
- Hold a current NCEES record
- Have a degree from an ABET-accredited engineering program.
- Have passing scores on the NCEES FE and PE examinations
- Have at least seven years of qualifying experience, including two years in responsible charge of significant engineering work
- Have met the applicable continuing professional competency requirements*
- As a candidate for the International Registry, you will be required to submit a sworn statement attesting any sanctions received for violations of applicable licensing laws.
- If you have not declared an engineering discipline upon obtaining licensure, you must declare your area(s) of expertise upon applying for the International Registry; your areas of expertise must reflect the material submitted in the application.
International Registry application: $50
Record transmittal: $90
*You can satisfy this requirement by meeting CPC requirements of the jurisdiction(s) where you are licensed. If the jurisdiction does not have CPC requirements, you must comply with the NCEES CPC guidelines.