About the AUE
The Association of University Engineers (known as the AUE) was formed in 1970 by a small group of University Engineers who wanted to create a 'networked union of like minded people'. The Association has representation from well over 100 universities throughout the UK and Eire.
The Association's aims are as follows:-
To promote, foster and develop the knowledge and skills of University Engineers.
- To assist, in conjunction with the Association of University Directors of Estates (AUDE), the advancement of Estates and Buildings professionalism within Universities.
To enhance the Maintenance, Protection and Promotion of quality educational Estates and Buildings to improve the educational environment for both students and staff of Institutions.
To provide a means by which the view, contributions and professional knowledge and skills of University Engineers can be communicated to AUDE and appropriate University and Professional Institutions.
To provide the means of an interchange of information between University Engineers on technical and managerial aspects of the maintenance and development of University Estates and Buildings.
- Through the above activities, to provide an avenue through which Engineers and other Estates staff can receive accredited Continuing Professional Development (CPD) which is a requirement of their respective professional bodies.
ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION
To view a copy of the AUE's Articles of Association, please click here.
AUE members shall be "suitably qualified engineers responsible for installation, operation, maintenance or design of engineering services in a University (or a Higher Education Funding Council establishment) and should have a minimum professional qualification of Eng.Tech, approved by the Engineering Council". The current membership consists of over 500 individuals, drawn from over 100 institutions.
The membership of the AUE is divided and overseen on a regional basis as follows:-
2. North West (including Northern Ireland, Eire and North Wales)
3. North East
5. West Midlands
6. East Midlands
8. South East
9. South West
These geographical regions mirror those of AUDE and meetings are regularly held within each of the above areas.