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Chartered Structural Engineer (United Kingdom)

  • Generic name of profession

    Title:
    Civil engineer
  • Identification

    Name of regulated profession:
    Chartered Structural Engineer
    Translation(s):
    Chartered Structural Engineer (EN)
    Country:
    United Kingdom
    Region:
    All regions
  • Legal information

    Legal basis for regulation

     
    EU Law :
    Other  Directive 2005/36/EC
    National legislation:
    Royal Charter
    Useful link:
    http://www.istructe.org/about-us/governance/royal-charter-and-bye-laws

    Regulation

     
    Type of regulation :
    Protected title (without reserves of activities)

    Recognition

     
    Recognition under:
    DIRECTIVE 2005/36/EC
    Additional information :
    Recognition under Directive 2005/36/EC:
    General system of recognition - primary application
    Qualification level:
    PS4 - Diploma of post-secondary level (exactly 4 years) , Art. 11 e
    Prior check of qualifications for a temporary and/or occasional provision of services:
    No
  • Activities

    Description of activities:
    Chartered Structural Engineers are highly qualified professionals responsible for the safe, sustainable, effective and efficient design, construction, adaptation, maintenance and refurbishment of buildings, bridges and other structures. throughout the world.
    Translation(s):
    Chartered Structural Engineers are highly qualified professionals responsible for the safe, sustainable, effective and efficient design, construction, adaptation, maintenance and refurbishment of buildings, bridges and other structures. (EN)
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