INSTITUTIONAL MEMBERSHIP

International Institutional Membership

Membership is available to post-secondary schools outside of the US and Canada that have engineering or engineering technology programs that are accredited by ABET or their national equivalents to ABET. International academic member schools receive on-line benefits to publications. Membership includes one main contact, plus three other contacts. The dean of each engineering college member may participate in ASEE’s Engineering Deans Council (EDC) or Engineering Technology Council (ETC) as appropriate. For an additional fee of $150, institutional members can participate in ASEE’s Engineering Research Council (ERC).

Membership rates are on a tiered system based on the institution’s classification according to the World Bank’s Country classifications (for more on the World Bank’s methodology, see here).

Country Classification Annual Dues
High Income $1,500
Upper Middle Income $1,000
Lower Middle and Low Income $500

International Affiliate Membership

Membership is available to post-secondary schools outside of the USA and Canada that have engineering or engineering technology programs that are or are not accredited by ABET or their national equivalents to ABET. A college affiliate member is entitled to appoint one key contact to receive all regular individual membership benefits.

The Dean of any ASEE college affiliate member school that offers programs in engineering may apply for associate (non-voting) membership in ASEE’s Engineering Deans Council. The Dean or Head of an affiliate member school that offers programs in engineering technology may participate as a representative to ASEE’s Engineering Technology Council (ETC).

Annual dues: $350

International Consortium Membership

For institutions unable to afford International Affiliate Membership individually, International Consortium Membership would allow 2-5 institutions to collectively become Affiliate Members. One key contact on a rotating basis would receive the benefits of International Affiliate Membership, with the understanding that they were responsible for disseminating useful information within the consortium.

Annual dues (for the entire consortium): $500