Do you qualify for a Doctor Honoris Causa degree?

You've likely wondered sometime what the mechanisms are to be granted a Doctor Honoris Causa degree.

You might have thought you can qualify - and you might be just right. The authority to grant honorary degrees is bestowed upon a university, a college, or even to some religious institutions, by its by-laws, which need to be filed with the Government, in strict observance of relevant legislation. Not every country or jurisdiction applies the same criteria to regulate this authority to grant honorary degrees: some countries' legislation allows for the bestow of the Doctor Honoris Causa degree in an easier way than others'. However, having found a private university whose by-laws, duly filled with the Government, permit it to grant honorary degrees with some flexibility, doesn't necessarily make things easier for someone seeking to be granted the Doctor Honoris Causa degree. No matter what kind of university, if you approach them directly asking for a Doctor Honoris Causa degree, the answer will invariably be NO. Since you can't spend a lifetime waiting for a school to offer you a honorary degree - which you might already deserve -, here is where we come in.

We offer a confidential intermediary service between accomplished intellectuals and some universities. You ask us to recommend you to a university we represent. It is us - not you - who submit the candidacy to the university, and we do it with the highest respect for the privacy and reputation of both the candidate and the school. Otherwise said, our services are strictly confidential.

You are perfectly aware of what holding a honorary doctorate means: that is why you've reached this web site. If you need a legally awarded honorary doctorate mostly to embellish your résumé or just to use the title of "doctor", and if you are realistic about your own expectations, we certainly can help you reach this goal.