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Objectives of UIPE

  1. To hold meetings of the Institution for reading and discussing communications bearing upon engineering or the application thereof, or upon subjects relating thereto.
  2. To co-operate with Universities, other educational institutions and public educational authorities for the furtherance of education and training in engineering science and practice.
  3. To initiate research programmes and to co-operate with Government, private research Institutions and private individuals in promoting research into engineering science and technology.
  4. To print, publish, sell, lend or distribute the proceedings or reports of the Institution or any papers, communications, works or treaties on engineering or its application or subjects connected therewith.
  5. To do all other things incidental or conducive to the attainment of the above objects or any of them.
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Who we are

The Uganda Institution of Professional Engineers (UIPE) was established as an association of Professional Engineers of Uganda in 1972, as a successor to the defunct East Africa Institution of Engineers (EAIE), which had started in 1945 .

The objectives and purposes of the Uganda Institution of Professional Engineers are to promote the general advancement of the science and practice of engineering and its applications, and to facilitate the exchange of information and ideas on those subjects amongst the members of the Institution.

Assesment Guidelines

These Guidelines are a revised version of the previous ones that have been used in assessment of applicants wishing to become Members of the Uganda Institution of Professional Engineers (UIPE). The Guidelines provide a common standard framework for assessment of applications for Corporate, Technologist and Technician Member. The assessment of applicants is to be carried out in three parts namely: Review of the Technical Report, Evaluation of Presentation of the Report, and Conducting an Essay Writing.

The shortfalls in the previous guidelines of different Assessors forming different opinions of applicants to the detriment of the assessment process and disadvantage of