Through the Libya Technical and Vocational Education and Employment Project our team works with vocational schools and colleges across Libya, along with national and regional stakeholders, to establish sustainable ways to respond to the challenges of unemployment, private sector growth and the changing role of the technical and vocational education (TVE) system in today’s economy.
Plans announced for major programme of events in Qatar UK 2013 Year of Culture, with participants including the British Library, Tate and Shakespeare's Globe.
Through the Rwanda English in Action Programme, we helped the Ministry of Education to improve the quality of English teaching.
Through the Learn English Audio Project we aim to reach the poorest teachers and learners in rural Ethiopia using solar-powered MP3 players to provide access to quality English language a
The British Council is distributing Chinese New Year education packs to 9,000 UK primary schools in a bid to improve understanding of China – now the world’s second biggest economy.
Over 120 films providing fascinating snapshots of the UK’s cultural, sporting, industrial and political heritage have been launched online to the public today thanks to funding fr
To mark the Diamond Jubilee, the British Council has released two online films showing its patron the Queen as a young Princess, which have been unseen for 50 years.
The British Council welcomes the announcement made yesterday by David Willetts that the government will publish disaggregated figures for net migration, reporting separately on internatio
Through the Education Sector Support Programme in Nigeria we support Nigeria’s government and schools to deliver improved basic education. Bringing together national, state and local governments and civil society organisations, the programme focuses on governance and management, community and learner participation and school quality.
The British Council has announced the winners of the ELTons 2013.