Yes, you can become a registered engineer in Qatar without taking the MMUP exam if you are a Chartered Engineer (CEng). The CEng qualification is recognized by the Ministry of Municipality and Urban Planning (MMUP) as meeting the requirements for registration as a professional engineer in Qatar.
This is a great opportunity for all the Chartered Engineers because they don't have to go under the rigorous exam requirements of MMUP. The MMUP exam is a multiple-choice exam that tests your knowledge of engineering principles and practices. The exam is divided into two parts: a general knowledge section and a specialized section. The general knowledge section tests your knowledge of basic engineering principles, such as mathematics, physics, and chemistry. The specialized section tests your knowledge of the engineering discipline that you are applying for.
The MMUP exam is a challenging exam, and not everyone who takes it passes. The pass rate for the MMUP exam is typically around 50%. However, the pass rate can vary depending on the difficulty of the exam and the number of candidates who take the exam.
For Chartered Engineers, this means that they can avoid the stress and uncertainty of taking the MMUP exam. They can simply submit their CEng certificate to the MMUP and be registered as a professional engineer in Qatar.
This is a great opportunity for Chartered Engineers who are looking to work in Qatar. It is also a great opportunity for Qatar to attract and retain top engineering talent from around the world.
If you are a Chartered Engineer or you are interested to become a Chartered Engineer, please contact us for more information.
We can help you with the registration process and answer any questions that you may have. We also offer a variety of resources to help you prepare for the MMUP exam, if you decide to take it.