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British Council

The British Council has been active in Ghana since 1943 maintaining and strengthening cultural relations between the UK and Ghana.

Since then, we have worked with many important and influential Ghanaian institutions and individuals, ensuring Ghana and the UK share their knowledge and experiences in education, the arts and social enterprise.

We have worked to create opportunities for shared understanding and to facilitate greater understanding of our respective cultures. Many thousands have benefited from learning opportunities and intercultural experiences.  

We will continue to develop and deliver programmes which bring together and harness the UK’s three main cultural strengths: the English language, education and the arts. We have plans for new and exciting work which will extend the impact and scale of our work, while building strong and meaningful partnerships, so watch this space!

We are committed to equality, diversity and inclusion, and we are proud to share this experience and expertise with our partners and customers throughout Ghana.

Use this site to learn more about our work, whether you are keen to partner with us, are interested in getting involved in our programmes, or taking an exam.  

Liliana Biglou OBE, Director, British Council Ghana

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