Harry Djanogly’s contribution to education is most prominent in his home town of Nottingham which boasts three extraordinary venues named after him at the University. In fact, He has been awarded Honourary Doctorates of Law by the University of Nottingham and of Business Administration by Nottingham Trent University.

Through generous donations towards a number of buildings and other initiatives, Sir Harry has close ties with the University of Nottingham. In fact the faculty of engineering’s first professor in sustainable energy technologies, was funded by Sir and Lady Djanogly, whose names appear on the library in the Jubilee Campus – the Sir Harry and Lady Djanogly Learning Resource Centre, pictured below.

Sir Harry and Lady Djanogly Learning Resource Centre

Nottingham Lakeside Arts at the University of Nottingham also houses a recital hall, theatre and art gallery all named after Sir Harry after he generously provided financial assistance towards the opening of the centre in 1992.

One of the most significant contributions made by Sir Harry to the field of education is the Djanogly Learning Trust, which aims to provide outstanding education for all. The core mission of the Trust is to raise the aspirations of young people, thus helping them contribute positively to future society.

The schools involved with this initiative are the Djanogly Northgate Academy, Djanogly Strelley Academy, Djanogly Northgate Sherwood and the Djanogly City Academy.


Sir Harry’s contributions and investment in this initiative ensures a bright future for young people by providing academic excellence in educational institutions.

The Learning Resource Centre ( Jubilee Campus, Wollaton Rd, Nottingham NG8 1BB)

Harry Djanogly