Recruitment and Admissions Toolkit (Archive) – Promoting accredited degrees: advice from the Engineering Council

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An engineering degree that is accredited by the UK Engineering Council offers a marketable advantage for a university and will be more attractive to potential students intending to become Incorporated or Chartered Engineers. With this in mind, the Engineering Council has developed template statements for use by institutions offering accredited programmes when preparing their Key Information Set (KIS) Statements and when developing their promotional material and recruitment web pages.

For further information: Guidance on Promoting accredited degree status.

For examples of best practice:  Best Practice

To download up to date logo: Logo

Support for KIS statements: KIS statements

For information on accreditation: Accreditation


Any views, thoughts, and opinions expressed herein are solely that of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views, opinions, policies, or position of the Engineering Professors’ Council or the Toolkit sponsors and supporters.

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