The Anglican Foundation HEIS (Higher Education Istitution) is a
12 universities founded by the Church of England and the
National Society in England and Wales.
Together with Methodist and Roman Catholic Foundations they
form the Cathedrals Group of Church Foundation Higher Education
Institutions. Some are also part of the British Chapter of CUAC
(Colleges and Universities of the Anglican Communion).
- The Cathedrals
Group supports the Church Foundation Higher
Education Institutions. The Chair is Prof. Margaret House
and the Vice Chair is Prof. Peter Neil.
- Colleges and Universities of the Anglican
Communion (CUAC) is a
world-wide network of Anglican Foundation HEIs . There is
a European chapter which organises occasional conferences and
enables matters of common concern to be discussed. The current
chair is Prof. Peter Neil.
- The Church Colleges and Universities Fund.
Applications are invited from eligible parties for the Church
Colleges and Universities Fund. The criteria and an
application form are attached
Anglican identity Project
This project seeks to identify ways in which the
specifically Anglican identity of the Anglican foundations is being
expressed now and to explore how it might be expressed in the
future. It aims to set out ways in which the foundation might
continue to be lived out in changed times, with full recognition of
the challenges and opportunities change brings.
To learn more, read
Anglican identity project
End of Year One
The Identity and Character
of Anglican Universities
This is a document produced by the members of the Church of
England Higher Education and the Theological Reference Group