Somos una asociación civil autosustentable, sin fines de lucro. Trabajamos por la transformación de la comunidad a través de la educación y cultura en un intercambio bilateral entre México y el Reino Unido.

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Propósito

Transformamos la vida de las personas. Tendemos puentes, construimos confianza y conectamos culturas

Existimos para transformar la vida de nuestros stakeholders y por ende de las comunidades de las que son parte

Historia

A lo largo de la historia, hemos fortalecido nuestra vocación social a través de la inversión en apoyo a la formación académica, programas artísticos y culturales y becas, con el fin de profundizar el impacto social en nuestra comunidad.

1943

Instituto Anglo Mexicano de Cultura A.C. was inaugurated after the initiative had been taken by a group of distinguished people of British, Canadian, and Mexican origin. It one of the many organisations called “Culturas” established in several Latin American countries during WorldWar II. In the early years the connection with the British Council was pivotal in the development of the organisation.

1944

During its first year of operation, what would later become the Anglo-Mexican Library and Information and Resource Center was founded. It is now known as The Anglo Library; a public library with the largest collection of English-only books in Mexico.

1950-1960

The Anglo was synonymous with high-quality education and as a binational link between Mexico and the United Kingdom, maintaining close international ties through the English Schools Union (Unión de Escuelas de Inglés, UNEI) and the Latin American British Cultural Institutes (LABCI), as well as partnerships with prestigious institutions such as Cambridge Assessment English.

 

Teaching English as a second language became pre- eminent and The Anglo achieved significant growth; seminars, conferences, and courses were offered for teacher training.

1962

The Central Branch is inaugurated in Antonio Caso, in the San Rafael neighborhood. Prominent figures from both the political and artistic spheres of Mexico and the United Kingdom attended the opening event, thus acknowledging The Anglo’s importance in the country’s cultural scene.

 

The Anglo developed its project for English courses abroad in the UK and formalized the English Projects Unit to design specialized courses for professional and academic purposes.

1969-1980

The Anglo began a long golden era and period of expansion with new English teaching centres in the country. By this time, it had already set up seven branches and the number of students had grown significantly. the planning of the “Anglocentro” was now underway, and the implementation the best technology for education began.

1990-2000

In this period there were five areas of change and renewal: academic development,  operational reorganization, special services, expansion, and support systems. The artistic programme was strengthened through the Cultural Department, Anglo Arts, which was focused on increasing the programming and exchange of artists between Mexico and the United Kingdom.

1998

The Churchill School is founded, a school committed to bicultural and state-of-the-art formal education.

2003

The Anglo changes its name to The Anglo Mexican Foundation to strengthen awareness of sustainability, human talent, and social commitment; highlighting its British roots and its philanthropic nature.


Churchill College was born as a continuation of the success achieved by the School, offering per- sonalized, international education with study pro- grammes taught in English and the International Baccalaureate programme.

2014

The Anglo Institute of Education is created, committed to improving the quality of education through programmes in partnership with the universities of Cambridge and Buckingham. Provision of training courses for English teachers, internationally renowned postgraduate courses, and a wide range of higher education programmes.

2020

The institution expands its geographic reach and diversity of digital offerings troughout  Mexico, incorporating Spanish language learning, as well as strengthening its social impact programmes through education and culture.

Directorio Corporativo

Anthony McCarthy Sandland
Chief Executive Officer
Simon Hedley Brewster
Chief Academic Officer
Niall Lloyd
Chief Commercial & Development Officer
Jimena Lara Estrada
Chief Culture & Social Impact Officer
Eduardo Palazuelos Zaragoza
Chief Compliance & Legal Officer
Efraín Salinas Arciniega
Chief Financial Officer
Armando Arenas
Chief Talent Officer
María del Carmen González Vera
The Anglo Academy Director
Julie Anne Billingham
The Anglo Professional Director
Ileana Franco Urquidi
The Anglo Assessment Director
María Teresa Guevara Guzmán
The Anglo Churchill School General Director
Justin Laurence Carter
The Anglo Churchill School Deputy General Director
Paulina Treviño Prado
Marketing Director
Víctor Manuel Herrera Hernández
Information Technology Director