Société européenne pour la formation des ingénieurs (SEFI)
European Society for Engineering Education
Europäische Gesellschaft für Ingenieurausbildung
Europese Genootschap voor Ingenieursopleiding
1973-01-19 Louvain-la-Neuve Belgium
19 Jan 1973, Louvain-la-Neuve (Belgium), at a meeting of official representatives of engineering education institutions and technical universities from 10 European countries. Registered in accordance with Belgian law, 4 May 1973. New statutes adopted 30 Apr 1979; modified 11 Sep 1996, 4 Sep 1998 and 24 Mar 2006.
Develop and improve engineering training and the professional status of engineers; promote information on engineering education; improve communication and exchanges between teachers, researchers and students in Europe; develop cooperation between educational engineering institutions; contribute to the development and improvement of engineering education in the economic, social and cultural framework of Europe; promote cooperation between engineering educators and industry.
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