About us- our brief

About Gulf Engineering Union

The Gulf Engineering Union is an Arabian Gulf professional organization. It was found in Kuwait on April 1997 and it was formerly known as the Gulf Engineering Forum.  GEU consists of the following societies: The Bahrain Society of Engineers, Society of Engineers – UAE, Kuwait Society of Engineers, Oman Society of Engineers, Saudi Council of Engineers, and Qatar Society of Engineers. The union aims to endorse the role of societies/councils of engineers through organizing the practice of engineering career, through supporting the engineering work in Arabian Gulf and to achieve engineering technical cooperation between GCC countries.

Founded in Kuwait on 1997


Members of the Gulf Engineering Union

our identity

A Gulf Arab professional organization established in the State of Kuwait in April 1997, and was previously known as the Gulf Engineering Forum.

our vision

Towards a Gulf engineering union to achieve excellence for the engineer and develop the profession.

Our goals

Building distinguished engineering competencies that contribute effectively to the economic development of the Gulf Cooperation Council countries.
- Creating a stimulating environment for development, creativity and innovation to serve the needs of the Gulf community.
- Stimulating Gulf engineering establishments and Gulf engineers and developing their competitive capabilities.
- Developing systems for practicing the profession in the Gulf engineering sector.
Achieving integration, interdependence and coordination between the Gulf engineering bodies.


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