1. What is honorary doctorate?
An honorary doctorate is a “High Level Academic Recognition” granted by a University to a recipient without completion of the normal University courses for that degree. Universities grant them to honor the recipient, while also benefiting the University by association.
2. What is the difference between a regular and honorary doctorate?
A regular degree, you can use for academic improvement like joining a higher course.An honorary doctor is a status symbol it cannot be used for promotion, joining a higher education, etc.
3. Can I use the title “Dr” before my name is it legal?
Yes, it is fully legal throughout the world; it can be even apostilled as any regular degree (Attested by a notary public appointed by a government). You can use the title as follows for example Dr. Edward PhD (hc) “hc ” stands for Honoris Causa means for the sake of honor.
4. Why Universities grant honorary doctorate?
To raise funds for charity and to cover research development expenses.
5. Who are eligible to receive honorary doctorate?
Personnel with outstanding career and potentials along with professionalism with special contribution at State or National level in the society upon the educational, scientific works, cultural and peace activities or any other humanitarian activities deserves an honorary degree. You too may qualify for the highest degree available on this planet.
This program is offered only to a select group of accomplished individuals such as yourself. As a professional, a degree or additional degree will allow you to make a greater impact. The expedient way of showing the world your knowledge, abilities, experience and talents is with your degree and use of your titles.
We invite applications for honorary doctorate (honoris causa) degrees (Latin: “for the sake of the honour”) from experienced personnel in various disciplines who have rich experience in their respective field.