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Welcome to the homepage of the British Council in Senegal. If you would like to find out more about any of our activities, click the appropriate link below or on the right.

The British Council has offices in over 100 countries in the world with a staff of over 7,000 people worldwide. The Council's work includes teaching English, running information centres, promoting British Education and training, working closely with governments and NGOs on reform and good governance and demonstrating the innovation, creativity and excellence of British science, arts literature and design.

In Senegal, the Council's work focuses on two of these areas: teaching of English and running our Information and Resource Centre.

We also co-ordinate the Central Bureau  language assistantship programme, and a number of academic links between British and Senegalese educational institutions. Finally, we manage the British Government funded Chevening Awards Scheme.


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