Honorary Doctoral Degree
Do you want to gain a Prof. and Dr. titles at the same time?
Here is a golden opportunity for you.
The Honorary Doctorate is a professional recognition that provides an independent quality assurance reference for highly qualified professionals from all fields, for those who strive for personal excellence, and who become a motivating example in their communities. An Honorary Doctorate is not an academic degree, consequently the usual academic requirements of a doctorate are waived. The Honorary Doctorate is an honorary degree that may be considered to have the same standing, and to grant the same privileges and style of address as the Doctor Honoris Causa. In practice, however, such degrees tend to be popularly considered not to be of the same standing as academic doctorates, except where the recipient has demonstrated an appropriate level of academic scholarship.
Recipients of an honorary doctorate may if they wish to adopt the title of “doctor”. In many countries, including the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, and the United States, it is now a matter of personal preference should an honorary doctor use the formal title of “doctor”, regardless of the background circumstances for the award. The recipient of an honorary degree should always be made clear that the degree is honorary. For example:
Dr. Albert Smith, D. Hon. (Specialisation)
If you are interested and think that you are eligible to Honorary Doctor or other Professorship awards, please feel free to contact us with your detailed CV at firstname.lastname@example.org