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Applicant Types

Determine your applicant type to begin the registration process.

Follow the Learn More and Apply links associated with each type.

Student means a person who is registered in an accredited engineering or geoscience program at a Manitoba university, who has been enrolled by the Association as a student, and whose name is entered on the Association's register as a student.

An undergraduate engineering student accepted into the Price Faculty of Engineering at the University of Manitoba either in direct entry or second year and have designated a department of study, or an undergraduate geoscience student at either the University of Manitoba or Brandon University, is eligible to enroll as a student with the Association.

Students who are enrolled in other accredited undergraduate engineering programs or undergraduate geoscience programs would be considered on an exception basis.

If an applicant is a registered engineer or geoscientist in another Canadian jurisdiction and wishes to work in Manitoba, they may apply for a licence transfer. A person can be licensed in multiple jurisdictions.

To qualify for a licence transfer, an applicant must:

  • be a person at least 18 years of age; and,
  • have completed the admission application supportive documentation; and,
  • have obtained a valid professional engineer (P.Eng.) or professional geoscientist (P.Geo.) registration anywhere in Canada; and,
  • have made payment of dues and fees prescribed by the by-laws; and,
  • have the ability to communicate effectively in English; and,
  • have demonstrated ethical and professional conduct.

A First-Time Engineering applicant means a person who acquires their professional engineering designation by enrolling with the Association as an engineering intern and whose name is entered on the Association's register as an engineering intern.

To qualify for engineering intern, an applicant must:

  • a person at least 18 years of age; and,
  • have completed the admission application and supporting documentation, and,
  • been deemed academically qualified by completing a post-secondary program (typically bachelor's degree) of at least four years in duration in engineering or a confirmatory program; and,
  • have subscribed to and agreed to abide by the code of ethics of the Association; and,
  • have made payment of the dues and fees prescribed by the by-laws; and
  • have demonstrated ethical and professional conduct; and,
  • have completed the Act, By-laws, and Code of Ethics (ABC) test with 90% or greater.

A First-Time Geoscience applicant means a person who acquires their professional geoscience designation by enrolling with the Association as a geoscience intern and whose name is entered on the Association's register as a geoscience intern.

To qualify for geoscience intern, an applicant must:

  • be a person at least 18 years of age; and,
  • have completed the admission application and supporting documentation, and,
  • been deemed academically qualified by completing a post-secondary program (typically bachelor's degree) of at least four years in duration in geoscience or a confirmatory program; and,
  • have subscribed to and agreed to abide by the code of ethics of the Association; and,
  • have made payment of the dues and fees prescribed by the by-laws; and,
  • have demonstrated ethical and professional conduct; and,
  • have completed the Act, By-laws, and Code of Ethics (ABC) test with 90% or greater.

In accordance with the Act, the Specified Scope of Practice Licensee means a person who holds a valid and subsisting specified scope of practice licence and whose name is entered on the Association's register as a specified scope of practice licensee.

To qualify for a specified scope of practice licence, an applicant must:

  • be a person at least 18 years of age; and,
  • have completed an admission application and supporting documentation; and,
  • have obtained a specified scope of practice license (limited licence) with another Canadian provincial engineering association; and,
  • have obtained one of the following:
    • a university degree or engineering technology diploma in science and technology and obtained acceptable work experience approved by the Association; or,
    • have a degree or diploma in science or equivalent in math, physics, basic sciences, with a minimum of four years' experience; and,
  • have made payment of the dues and fees prescribed by the by-laws; and,
  • have competed the Act, By-laws, and Code of Ethics (ABC) test with 90% or greater.

In accordance with the Act, Temporary Licence means the certificate issued under the seal of the Association certifying that a non-resident person has been licensed to temporarily practice professional engineering or professional geoscience within the province.

To qualify for a Temporary Licence, an applicant must:

  • be a person at least 18 years of age; and,
  • have completed an admission application and supporting documentation; and,
  • be a professional engineer or professional geoscientist registered in good standing in at least one state in USA; and,
  • be in good standing with state board(s); and,
  • have made payment of the dues and fees prescribed by the by-laws; and,
  • have the ability to communicate effectively in English; and,
  • have demonstrated ethical and professional conduct; and,
  • normally be a non-resident in Manitoba; and,
  • have completed the Act, By-laws and Code of Ethics (ABC) test with 90% or greater.

If an applicant is a registered engineer or geoscientist in at least one state in the USA, and currently holds a temporary licence (US), they may apply for US Mobility. A person can be licensed in multiple jurisdictions.

To qualify for US Mobility, an applicant must:

  • be a person at least 18 years of age; and,
  • have completed the admission application and supportive documentation; and,
  • be deemed academically qualified; and,
  • have passed the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) and Professional Engineering (PE) exams in the USA; and,
  • be registered as an engineer or geoscientist in good standing in at least one state in the USA; and,
  • not be registered in another Canadian province; and,
  • have passed the National Professional Practice Exam (NPPE); and,
  • have made payment of dues and fees prescribed by the by-laws; and,
  • have the ability to communicate effectively in English; and,
  • have demonstrated ethical and professional conduct; and,
  • have completed the Act, By-Laws, and Code of Ethics (ABC) test with 90% or greater.

Graphical Flowcharts

See the Paths to Registration Flowcharts for a general sequence of events.