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Honorary Fellowship

From time to time Association of Certified Strategic Auditors (ACSA) will honor deserving members (academicians and non-academicians) and other persons from the wider community who have contributed extensively to any of the following criteria:

  • Research achievement  - Honorary Fellowship may be conferred upon individuals with distinguished research careers (including the application of corporate strategic auditing research discipline) in an academe or industry.


  • Corporate leadership Honorary Fellowship may be conferred upon individuals whose research or leadership of a company has been of significant benefit.


  • Contributions to the welfare of corporate strategic auditing research discipline through government/political service - An Honorary Fellow may have contributed to the welfare of corporate strategic auditing research discipline through government/ political service, for example a minister/politician whose work is judged to have been particularly beneficial to the corporate strategic auditing research community; a working peer; an advisor to government, for example the Chief Corporate Advisor; or an external advisor to government or government agencies whose work/reports have been particularly influential/beneficial to corporate strategic auditing research discipline.


  • Philanthropy - Honorary Fellowship may be conferred upon individuals who have done good works or who have committed significant amounts of personal wealth for the benefit of corporate strategic auditing research and or corporate accountability for climate change in Asia (United Nations #SDG Action 34005) .


Only ACSA members can recommend individuals for such membership with relevant and supporting argument. Recipients of Honorary Fellowships will normally have or have had a close association with ACSA.



Who can put forward nominations?

Any member of Association of Certified Strategic Auditors (ACSA) is entitled to nominate an individual. The nominator will also be asked to provide three referees from a range of backgrounds to demonstrate the national/international impact of the nominees' work. The referees may support nomination in any single year.



How can I nominate someone?

Nominations for are open all year round and can be submitted by letter or e-mail. When you submit a nomination, it will be considered at the Advisory and Examination Board Members Meeting.  You will need two other people to support a nomination.


It is recommended that they come from a range of backgrounds in order to demonstrate the reach of the nominee’s work. Each must submit a testimonial showing why they think the individual has made an exceptional contribution to their area of endeavor. It is suggested that you do not make the nominee aware of the application.  This will avoid disappointment should the nomination be unsuccessful.



Benefits of Honorary Fellowship

  • The principal benefit amongst all categories is the opportunity to meet and interact with successful and experienced professionals, thus creating the potential for personal improvement and potential contacts.

  • All Fellows will be constantly updated through the ACSA` regular journal and website bulletins regarding meetings and special events, and actively encouraged to participate (at discounted rates if a fee is charged).

  • Honorary Fellows receive an official Certificate of Fellowship.

  • Gain professional recognition by participation international conferences.

  • Honorary Fellows will be entitled to a 50% reduction on the registration fee for conferences organized by ACSA and from Journal publication.

  • All Honorary Fellows will get free on-line copy of the Journals published by ACSA and all conference proceedings.

  • All members will enjoy discounted rates for our various Continuing Professional Education (CPE) courses.

  • Honorary Fellows can be invited to Join as a Keynote speaker at the conference or activities organized by ACSA.

  • Honorary Fellows are invited to publish books, working paper series, special reports & edited book chapters.  



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