What is the British Council?
The British Council is the UK’s international organisation for cultural relations and educational opportunities. We work in the education sector across all six continents to help share UK expertise and innovation whilst creating partnerships to work together collaboratively.
Science and Research
At the British Council we link scientists to opportunities all over the world. We encourage the exchange of knowledge and skill from research opportunities to fostering scientific talent through educational programmes.
The Newton Fund is a £375 million fund which, through science and partnerships with over 15 countries, will help to promote the economy development and welfare of poor people.
If you have ever been interested in pursuing education in the UK, then you should apply for the many study opportunities available through Education UK. A formal qualification from the UK will help open doors to you and will provide you valuable access to world leading expertise in science research.
Study Work Create
This part of the British Council focuses on opening up international opportunities for young people in the UK. Many programmes have been designed to help students make the most of their international experience through work experience, study placements an encourage development of creative skills.