ENAEE (European Network for Accreditation of Engineering Education) is the organization which authorises accreditation and quality assurance agencies to award the EUR-ACE® label to accredited engineering degree programmes. It was founded on 8 February 2006, at the end of the first EUR-ACE® project, by 14 European Associations concerned with engineering education (ENAEE Statutes).

Members of ENAEE are agencies and professional organisations with an interest in the education and formation of engineering professionals.

The implementation of the EUR-ACE® system started in 2007, with the award of the first EUR-ACE® labels. ENAEE is the European body responsible for awarding authorisation to accreditation agencies to award the EUR-ACE® label at first and second cycle to engineering programmes which they have accredited.

Read more at www.enaee.org