Association of Commonwealth Universities, The (ACU)
L'Association des universités du Commonwealth
Asociación de Universidades del Commonwealth
Vereinigung der Commonwealth Universitäten
1913 London UK
Founded 1913, London (UK), as Universities Bureau of the British Empire. Name changed to Association of Universities of the British Commonwealth in 1948; present name adopted in 1963. First incorporated in UK in 1919; Royal Charter 1963. Registered UK Charity: 314137.
Promote and support excellence in higher education for the benefit of individuals and societies throughout the Commonwealth and beyond.
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