EGM

Engineering Geoscientists Manitoba (EGM) was established by an act of legislation to regulate the profession of engineering in Manitoba on March 27, 1920. In 1998 the association's mandate was expanded by the Manitoba Legislature to include the regulation of engineering geoscientists in Manitoba. EGM’s role is to govern and regulate the practice of professional engineering and professional geoscience in Manitoba, and to ensure that everyone who is practicing engineering is qualified to do so. In order to practice professional engineering and call yourself an engineer in Manitoba, you must be registered with EGM.

There are two main requirements to become registered as a P.Eng. in Manitoba: academic qualification and acceptable engineering work experience. The Faculty of Engineering has partnered with EGM to facilitate courses for the purpose of fulfilling the requirements of the EGM Academic Assessment Program. The EGM student pathway is for individuals who are Professional Engineers in other countries that want to be qualified to practice in Manitoba. Individuals wishing to avail themselves of this opportunity should first contact EGM to discuss particular requirements.

>> APPLICATION AND DEADLINE INFORMATION
IMPORTANT NOTE: Please contact Jennifer Mitchell prior to application.


CONTACT INFORMATION

EGM
Engineering Geoscientists Manitoba
870 Pembina Highway
Winnipeg, MB Canada
Phone: (204) 474-2736 | (866) 227-9600
Fax: (204) 474-5960 | Email | Website (external)

FACULTY OF ENGINEERING
Ms. Jennifer Mitchell, BRS
EGM Student Advisor
Phone: (204) 474-7831
Email | E3-570 EITC