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Teaching Recognition

The Teaching Recognition Programme aims to recognise and promote excellence in teaching and learning.

We aim to engage all educators in the process of seeking Associate Fellowship, Fellowship, Senior Fellowship or Principal Fellowship of the HEA. We also support staff to apply for national recognition through National Teaching Fellowship (NTF) and the Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence (CATE).

Which category of Fellowship should you apply for?

Fellowship category Suitable for
Associate Fellow (D1) Early career individuals with some teaching and learning responsibilities
Fellow (D2) Staff holding substantive teaching and learning responsibilities
Senior Fellow (D3) Staff with responsibility for leading, managing or organising programmes, subjects and/or disciplinary areas
Principal Fellow (D4) Staff responsible for strategic leadership and policy-making in the area of teaching and learning

 

If you need help to decide which category of fellowship is right for you, you can use the AdvanceHE Category Tool

Guide to the process

Once you have decided which category of Fellowship is right for you, you should book onto a workshop and review the guidance documents. This will help you decide whether you would prefer to submit a written or dialogic (verbal) application.

Dialogic process

If you would like to apply using the dialogic route, please email qma.trp@qmul.ac.uk.

Written process

When you have completed a first draft, email it to qma.trp@qmul.ac.uk in order to be assigned a mentor. Your mentor will help you with the drafting process, until you are ready to submit your application to a panel. Please send your finished application and reference letters, together with your completed cover sheet, to qma.trp@qmul.ac.uk.

Panel meetings and submission deadlines for 2022/23

Submission deadline Meeting date
1 September 2022 12 October 2022
6 January 2023 15 February 2023
24 March 2023 3 May 2023

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Awards are usually communicated two weeks after the panel meeting.

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