The World Federation of Engineering Organizations (WFEO) is the international organization for the engineering profession. Founded in 1968, under the auspices of UNESCO, WFEO brings together national engineering institutions from some 100 nations and represents more than 30 million engineers.

UNESCO Meeting

This UNESCO-WFEO meeting took place at the UNESCO HQ on 27 October 2022 and presented our partnership and contributions to the SDGs by working with Member States, on engineering capacity building and education.

WEC 2023

The Czech Association of Scientific and Technical Societies with WFEO will hold the 7th World Engineers Convention WEC 2023 in Prague in October 2023 – Call for abstracts is open !

World Engineering Day

You are invited to visit the World Engineering Day (WED) website and the 2022 events, 24HRS Live videos, Hackathon and more. The WED is celebrated worldwide on 4th March of each year since 2020.

Events Calendar
Events Calendar June 2020
The statement on Energy and Climate Change

As a contribution to the UNFCCC COP27 Conference that took place in Egypt, the WFEO Committee on Energy is publishing a statement on Energy and Climate Change.

Women in Engineering webinar

The WFEO Committee on Women in Engineering with IET, INWES, NSE and TAM organized the webinar “Gender Perspectives on Achieving the SDG 5” on 19 November 2022.

29th IEK Convention

The Institution of Engineers of Kenya (IEK) with the Engineers Board of Kenya (EBK), is organizing the 29th IEK Convention “Sustainable Engineering in the Era of Climate Change” from 21 to 25 November 2022 in Dany Reef.

IDEAS Engineering Education Journal

IDEAS, the Engineering Education Journal of the WFEO Committee on Education In Engineering (CEIE), has been republished, thanks to the Myanmar Engineering Council. IDEAS number 20 is available, where 8 papers on Engineering Education from experts presented at the 2022 International Conference on Engineering Education Accreditation (ICEEA 2022).

Addressing Climate Change

In this ISC blog article, Dr Marlene Kanga, WFEO President 2017-2019, Fellow of the International Science Council and a member of the Committee for Disaster Risk Management, reflects on the extreme weather events in Australia and the scientific evidence of the warming of the oceans around Australia and the impact on the climate of the continent.


The publication of the Graduate Attributes and Professional Competencies (GAPC) Framework with UNESCO and WFEO is an important outcome for WFEO, its members and its partners. It ensures that the GAPC is the pre-eminent international benchmark for engineering education and professional competencies.

Distinguished Associates

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