Questions about this site

Q What does the British Council do?
A The British Council promotes educational, cultural and technical co-operation between Britain and other countries. The Council's work is designed to establish long-term and worldwide partnerships and to improve international understanding. For more information, see our pages: About The British Council.

Q Where is the nearest British Council office in my country?
A The British Council works in 228 towns and cities in 108 countries. See our world map page for a list of countries. Each country Home Page has details of British Council offices under the Information icon.

Q Are there any British Council seminars in my specialist field?
A These pages include details of the international seminars provided this year.

Q How can I find out about studying in Britain?
A Try our Education Virtual Campus, which contains general information as well as detailed information on places to study.

Q Where can I go to learn English in Britain?
A These pages include a list of accredited English language schools.

Q How is the British Council involved in development work?
A These pages include details of our Development and Training Services (DATS) and also our work in social development and gender.

Q Can I look at British Council exhibitions on the web?
A Yes. See our exhibitions pages.

Q Who are these pages for?
A Anyone who is interested in the work or services of the British Council. Please see the tables on the home page for listings of areas covered on this site.

Q Where do I go for further information?
A For general enquiries please contact the office in your country or the Information Centre in the UK.






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