EA Taxonomy term (Content) - Track record A-Z
British Council Slovakia was asked by the Slovak authorities for help in creating a national school leaving examination for English.
In this project the British Council delivered English language and professional skills training to thirty staff of the Ministry of International Communication. It was funded by the UNDP.
The British Council was asked by the Ethiopian authorities to contribute to a major new project aiming to upgrade the English language proficiency of teachers of English throughout Ethiopia.
The British Council responded positively when approached by the Ministry of Education with a request for help with a project that would address concerns about standards of teaching and learning of English in marginalised, rural areas of Pakistan.
In 2004, the British Council in Cyprus, in collaboration with Turkish Office of Education (TOE) of North Cyprus, initiated an ambitious three-year reform project aiming to improve English language teaching and learning in primary education in three major areas.
With the political changes in Bulgaria in the early 90s came a new level of demand for learning English. The British Council was asked by the Ministry of Education in Bulgaria for help with training a new cohort of English teachers for public-sector schools.
The EU Communication Project was developed by the British Council in direct response to needs expressed by the beneficiaries, who are government officials in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The aim of this unusual and highly successful project was to improve the teaching skills of teachers working in disadvantaged contexts in Romania.