Candidates must exemplify excellence by embodying our core values and Fellowship is bestowed upon leaders and innovators who have had an impact on their industry or in education.
Criteria to apply
In 1892, the City and Guilds of London Institute established Fellowship to honour the historical connection to Imperial College London and the professional accomplishments of its graduates. Nominations are welcome from both Imperial College and City & Guilds.
Today, Fellows are from a wide range of industries from around the world. To be considered for Fellowship, candidates must exemplify excellence by embodying our core values and Fellowship is bestowed upon leaders and innovators who have had an impact on their industry or in education. Fellows help to contribute to our success by acting as ambassadors and offering their knowledge and expertise.
There has been nearly 1000 Fellows Conferred and to be considered there are three criteria that must be fulfilled:
Proven Impact. Their knowledge, influence and expertise should be current and relevant to City & Guilds and its purpose. They should have made a significant impact in their field and be capable of deepening their relationship with City & Guilds and having a significant impact in the future.
Being a practical asset to City & Guilds. The individual should be willing to be an active supporter of the purpose, values and business strategy of City & Guilds and be capable of being a practical asset in helping it deliver its purpose our key areas of interest.
Status and Profile. Nominees should have achieved significant professional status in an area relevant to City & Guilds and enjoy a high profile in their given field in the UK and/or internationally.
Potential Fellows can be identified and nominated for consideration to the City & Guilds Foundation Committee to then be presented to Council for conferral.
Fellowship of the City and Guilds of London Institute (FCGI) is a prestigious honour, recognising individuals who have demonstrated outstanding professional and personal achievements in skills development and workplace training.
To complete this form you will need evidence if available to upload to support your application under the three criteria. There are 3 steps to the nomination process:
Complete the nomination with the three criteria to fulfil
Nominations received are assessed by the City & Guilds Foundation Committee
Once approved, they are then ratified and conferred by the City & Guilds Council
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