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The University is seeking nominations for inspirational individuals to receive honorary degrees in 2019.
Each year, the University awards a number of honorary degrees to individuals who have achieved eminence in their chosen field, including distinguished academics and those in public life, or who have made outstanding contributions to the local community.
Image left: University of Liverpool alumnus and broadcaster, David Olusoga received an Honorary Degree last year
Nominations for the award of honorary degrees are considered by the Joint Committee on Honorary Degrees, which then makes recommendations to the Senate and the Council.
For further information and the online nomination form please visit: https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/corporate-governance-and-support-office/honorary-degree-nominations/
The deadline for the receipt of nominations is Friday, 23 March 2018.
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