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HARARE 
Telephone +263 4 701658
+263 4 701659
+263 4 701660
+263 4 701661
Fax +263 4 701148
E-mail general.enquiries@britishcouncil.org.zw
PO Box PO.Box 664
Harare, Zimbabwe
Public Office hours
Tuesday to Friday 0900 to 1400 hrs
Saturday (Information Centre only) 0900 to 1300 hrs
Monday, Sunday & public holidays Closed
Find us
Address 16 Cork Road, Belgravia
Harare, Zimbabwe


BULAWAYO 
Telephone +263 9 75815 / 75816
+263 9 885843
Fax +263 9 75815 / 75816
E-mail general.enquiries@britishcouncil.org.zw
PO Box P O Box 557
Bulawayo, Zimbabwe
Public Office hours
Tuesday to Friday 0900 to 1700 hrs
Saturday (Information Centre only) 0900 to 1300 hrs
Monday, Sunday & public holidays Closed
Find us
Address 2nd Floor West Zimdef House
102 Fort Street
Bulawayo, Zimbabwe


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The British Council is the UK’s international organisation for education and cultural relations. We connect people in Zimbabwe with people in the UK and beyond.

Among many aspirations, young people in Zimbabwe want to pursue further education, find employment, pursue a profession and start or expand a business. We help them to achieve these by building their skills, knowledge and experience.

For more information about our services and programmes, please browse through the list below or contact us via the links to the left.

Examination / Administration Services
Last year, the British Council worldwide helped 2 million people sit professional and academic exams from the UK. In Zimbabwe, we administer a wide range of exams including IELTS, CIE, ACCA, CIPS and more. Find out more here.

Take IELTS

English
Learn English online: try out our free games, stories, listening activities and grammar exercises.
Learn English online for kids: have fun with free games, songs and activities for children.
Teach English online: access teaching materials and get the latest news from the teaching community.
Additional resources: our list of useful links and downloads for students of English.
Education and Society
Professional Development Centre: We offer information and management-focused resources to meet professional and personal development needs.
Management Forums: Our forums provide networking opportunities, are useful for improving leadership skills, professional capacity and business practice.
InterAction: a leadership programme that enables men and women to engage in the challenges that face Africa by honouring success and learning from what works in Africa.
Connecting Classrooms: a programme that establishes and develops long-term, sustainable school partnerships across 20 countries in sub-Saharan Africa and the UK.
DelPHE: The Delphe programme was a successful project which was implemented in several countries in the region. It ended in March 2013 and DfiD gave a very good rating. As the programme is now closed, there has been a selection of projects to represent each of the Millennium Development Goals. The selected case studies are from Uganda, Ethiopia, Nigeria and Sudan. The cases show how much can be achieved with a comparatively small amount of funding, partners that are well-matched and lots of enthusiasm and support from staff and students at the institutions who took part in DelPHE to make their projects work. Please view the DelPHE case studies document.
Enterprise
Our local arts programme connects Zimbabweans with the UK arts sectors using joint projects, training and support for artists across genres.
Equal opportunities and diversity
View our Equal Opportunities and Diversity policy.

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