The University confers Honorary Fellowships upon people in recognition of their significant commitment to the University and the wider community, and is the highest honour that the University can bestow. Honorary Fellowships are normally conferred at the University’s Annual Awards Congregation.
The University’s Board of Governors has agreed that nominations for Honorary Fellowships are open to persons from the local or the wider community and to any previous member of the University’s staff or Board of Governors, regardless of their academic qualifications, and subject to those persons meeting eligibility criteria which have been determined by the Board.
Nominees may be eligible in respect of the following criteria:
(i) Support of the interests of Glyndwr University or of a particular part of the University’s activities;
(ii) Promotion of the academic purposes of the University;
(iii) Fostering of links between the University and other Institutions regionally, nationally and internationally;
(iv) Contributed significantly to the local or the wider community or to a specific field, for example, music and the arts, science, business.
The call for nominations is made annually for consideration by the Nominations and Governance Committee of the Board of Governors.
Nominate an honorary fellow
If you would like to nominate someone to receive an Honorary Fellowship from Glyndŵr University, please check the eligibility criteria above and click here to download a nomination form (doc format) Completed nomination forms should be sent to the Clerk to the Board of Governors, PP1, Glyndŵr University, Plas Coch, Mold Road, Wrexham. LL11 2AW or to firstname.lastname@example.org. Nominations will be treated in the strictest confidence.