In 2011 the Leadership Foundation for Higher Education, funded by Hefce, completed a study of distinctiveness and identity in the Cathedral Group institutions. This highlights how faith based values:
The study also identified messages for secular universities and colleges.
Copies of the full report and an executive summary can be downloaded here:
Distinctiveness and Identity in a Challenging HE Environment: A Unique Opportunity for Cathedrals Group Institutions
By Ewart Wooldridge and Eddie Newcomb
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