The St Andrew’s Foundation for Catholic Teacher Education
The University of Glasgow is the sole Scottish provider of teachers educated specifically for work in Catholic schools.
Based in the School of Education, the St Andrew’s Foundation is the hub of Catholic teacher education in Scotland.
“The mission of the St Andrew’s Foundation is grounded in the partnership between the Catholic Church in Scotland, the University of Glasgow and the Scottish Government. This partnership recognises the distinctive nature of Catholic Education and its ongoing contribution to the common good. The St. Andrew’s Foundation will assist the university in meeting its obligations as the sole Scottish provider of teachers educated specifically for work in Catholic schools. It will promote creative cultural partnerships in Scotland and beyond.”
Our launch event
Find out about our launch event on June 14 (St. Andrew’s Cathedral) and 15 (Bute Hall)
Launch of the St. Andrew’s Foundation: 14 and June 15 2013
On June 14 Mass will be celebrated in St. Andrew’s Cathedral, Glasgow, at 7 pm. On June 15, the Cardinal Winning Lecture will be given by Archbishop Gerhard Ludwig Müller, Prefect of the Congregation of the Doctrine of the Faith. This event will begin at 9.45 in the Bute Hall of the University of Glasgow. Details of how to register for these events are now available below.
Mass on the Friday – online registration is essential at: www.standrewslaunchmass2013.eventbrite.com
Lecture on the Saturday – admission is free however online registration is essential as spaces are limited:http://www.standrewslaunchlecture2013.eventbrite.com