ENAEE (European Network for Accreditation in Engineering Education) - the EUR-ACE quality mark allows graduates of educational programs to be recognized in the countries of the European Union and is an indicator of the high quality of engineering education. The EUR-ACE accreditation standards can be used to evaluate programs in all areas of engineering at bachelor and master degrees in accordance with the European qualification system. Also, the EUR-ACE quality label guarantees compliance of the content of educational programs with engineering education standard
FEANI is a federation of professional engineers, uniting national engineering associations from 34 countries in the European Higher Education Region (EHEA). Thus, FEANI represents the interests of more than 3.5 million professional engineers in Europe. FEANI is committed to a single voice for the engineering profession in Europe and wants to confirm and develop the professional identity of engineers. Thanks to its activities and services, especially with the assignment of the professional title EUR ING, FEANI seeks to facilitate the mutual recognition of engineering qualifications in Europe and strengthen the position, role and responsibility of engineers in society. The FEANI General Secretariat, which manages the federation’s activities, has been located in Brussels since late 1997.
IFEES was founded in 2006 at the International Conference of the American Society for Engineering Education in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Leaders of engineering education from around the world gathered to explore the possibilities of creating an international organization for engineering educational societies. IFEES is proud to be working to unite the world's engineering and educational societies and to use the collective strengths of our members to improve engineering education throughout the world. IFEES members represent diversity not only in cultures, but also in the interests of engineering education, from quality assurance to engineering education, from pedagogy to the role of technology in the classroom. IFEES member countries are expanding their global reach, and new relationships and collaboration are being created all the time through the IFEES global network.
The International Network of Quality Assurance Agencies in Higher Education (INQAAHE) was organized in 1991 and today it is a global association that brings together more than 200 organizations that are actively involved in theoretical and practical solutions in the field of quality assurance in higher education. Most of its members are agencies quality assurance, working around the world and engaged in assessing the quality of education on the basis of various approaches. There are also other organizations among the members of INQAAHE who are interested in issues of quality assurance of higher education (associate members of the network).
The International Society for Engineering Pedagogy (IGIP) (Vienna, AUSTRIA) was founded in 1972. The purpose of IGIP is to promote scientific methods of teaching technical subjects, that is, pedagogy and methodology. Today IGIP has a unique registry of international engineers-educators, each of which has a level that meets the requirements of IGIP. In the framework of IGIP, there are 11 working groups that are open both to members of the public and to new ideas.
The Association for Engineering Education of Russia (AEER) was founded in 1992 as an association of technical universities of Russia. In 1999, AEER was transformed into the All-Russian public organization, which unites: university professors, engineers, scientists, industrialists and entrepreneurs. The list of educational programs successfully passed by the AEER professional-public accreditation is published in the Russian and foreign mass media, is entered in the AEER accredited programs register and the European register of accredited engineering programs of the European Network for Accreditation of Engineering Education ENAEE.
The union unites more than 414 machine-building enterprises. The Union is accredited by the Ministry for Investment and Development of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Ministry of Defense and Aerospace Industry of the Republic of Kazakhstan and the National Chamber of Entrepreneurs of the Republic of Kazakhstan "Atameken". The Union has 14 regional representatives throughout Kazakhstan. Every year the Union holds an international forum of machine builders of Kazakhstan.
For a long time, NASVShK was the Kazakhstan branch of the International Academy of Higher Education (IAS). Public organization "International Academy of Higher Education Sciences" (IAS Higher School) was established in the summer of 1992. Such major and famous scientists and specialists closely associated with higher education as the president of the Russian Union of Rectors V.N. Vinogradov, Rector of Moscow State University, Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences V.A. Sadovnichy and others. In 2003, the Kazakhstan branch of IAS VS was transformed into the National Academy of Sciences of the Higher School of Kazakhstan NANVSHK.
The National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Kazakhstan is the Kazakhstan Center for Fundamental Science, the highest scientific organization of Kazakhstan. Founded June 1, 1946 on the basis of the Kazakh branch of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR. The central office is located in Almaty. Since October 2003, Murat Zhurinovich Zhurinov has been the president of the Academy. Since its foundation in 1946, the president of the academy was elected by the general meeting of the Academy of Sciences. Since 1996, the Academy President has been appointed by decree of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan.