We are currently inviting nominations for the award of Honorary Fellowships, Honorary Doctorate and Honorary Professorship. The QAHE Honorary Fellow Award is the most prestigious and highest award given by the QAHE to persons of long distinguished service to higher education.
QAHE Honorary Fellowships, Honorary Doctorate and Honorary Professorship will be given lifetime membership to the QAHE and will be invited to submit a paper on a topic of their choice to be published in QAHE website (Optional). Nominators are asked to upload a current CV of the nominee and a 1-page letter addressing the nominee’s contributions to higher education. Any questions regarding this award can be submitted by email at email@example.com. The name, photo and profile of the Honorary Fellows and Professors will be listed in QAHE website (Society for Higher Education Professionals section).
Besides nomination, we would also consider direct application/self-nomination. You’ll need to submit your CV and a 1-page profile that demonstrates that you fulfil at least two of the nine Fellowship criteria: creativity, enterprise, innovation, insight and experience, leadership, repute, responsibility, service, and influence and contribution.
Society for Higher Education Professionals (SHEP) honors world-class managers, educators and professors for their outstanding achievement and contribution to higher education. Furthermore, SHEP celebrates the great achievements of talented faculty and institutions through a variety of awards and recognitions worldwide. We encourage institutions to award their professors in their own graduation ceremonies. Awardees can use SHEP Certified Logo and Titles (HonFQAHE/HonProfQAHE) for their Websites, Brochures, CVs and Business Cards.
The nominal administrative fee of US$1,000, $1,200 and US$800 will be charged for Honorary Fellowship, Honorary Doctorate and Honorary Professorship respectively to support the operation and accreditation services of QAHE.
***Fellowship and Professorship Awards will be sent by email. Additional charges apply for hardcopy.