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The Cambridge Teaching & Learning Recognition Scheme is designed for Cambridge educators who have already undertaken the activities, reflection and teaching practice that will allow them to apply for accreditation as a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. This pilot year the Scheme is being offered for two categories of Fellowship only: D2 (Fellow) and D3 (Senior Fellow).

Participants on the Scheme are supported in drafting a successful application over the course of a Term, and these applications are then assessed internally. There is no application fee.

    In this pilot year the number of participants we can accept onto the Recognition Scheme is limited, so we ask you to complete an Expression of Interest form if you would like to join the Scheme. This will let us assess your potential eligibility for Fellowship or Senior Fellowship before you invest more substantial time into drafting a full application.

    The deadline to submit expressions of interest is 12pm Monday 5 December.

    For more information, please visit the Teaching & Learning Recognition Scheme webpage.

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