Fellowship demonstrates a personal and institutional commitment to professionalism in teaching and learning in higher education. Across four categories, from Associate to Principal, Fellowship provides individuals with recognition of their practice, impact and leadership of teaching and learning.
I think the most important thing that I’ve got out of being a Senior Fellow is the external recognition you receive from your peers. It gives you a profile. What’s interesting is that people ask me for advice in terms of teaching and learning. People know you are interested in pedagogy and will help support them."
Catherine Higgs, Senior Lecturer, University of the West of England
These one-day workshops prepare a group of staff to make applications for Fellowship at a specific category. The workshops can be run remotely and provide a dedicated space to focus on the requirements of Fellowship, review example applications relevant to participants’ contexts and to plan applications.
Workshops are delivered by Senior or Principal Fellows and draw on examples relevant to the institution’s and participants’ contexts.
In-house Fellowship writing retreats
With expert support on hand, our remote in-house Fellowship Writing Retreats provide a structured and guided environment in which to construct an application plan for Fellowship. The writing retreats are delivered aligned to a specific category and are open to a maximum of 10 participants per cohort.
Through writing retreats, participants will identify strong examples of professional practice from which to draw and develop a Fellowship application to meet the requirements for professional recognition at the appropriate category.
Application reviews and fees
Application fees can be bought it bulk and used over the course of a year.