To raise awareness about Special Education Needs and Disabilities (SEND), the British Council Nigeria has rallied stakeholders to chart a path for the inclusion of children with disabilities and gender in education.
Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi State has granted a scholarship to Miss Oluwabukolami Adeyemi, the recipient of the British Council Outstanding Cambridge Learner's Award. This award is in recognition of her remarkable performance in the 2022 Cambridge IGCSE and Cambridge AS Level Examinations. The governor received Oluwabukolami and her parents at his office in Lugard…
The British Council has harped on equipping school inspectors and teacher mentors to achieve gender equality and inclusion within the sector.In a statement yesterday, signed by Marketing Manager, English Programmes and Schools Connect, Sub-Saharan Africa, Nebiyou Work...
The British Council has stressed the need to strengthen the capacity of teachers in the education sector, as the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) reaches its second half.
Nigerians will now pay N107,500 for the Academic International English Language Testing System Examinations (IELTS).
The British Council has said that over 30,000 sexual abuse survivors in 20 states in Nigeria were assisted during the implementation of their programme. In a similar vein, about 12,000 indigent citizens also received various forms of legal aid and assistance within the same period. The Director of Programmes, Chikodi Onyemerela, stated these in Abuja…
Concerned about the menace of alcohol misuse and drug dependence in Nigeria, Freedom Foundation, in partnership with European Union-funded Agents for Citizen-Driven Transformation (EU-ACT), British Council and others, have begun a state-wide advocacy and peer educators’ training with the aim to mitigate early introduction to drugs and alcohol in schools across Lagos State.
A Nigerian teacher, Dr. Peter Ogudoro, has been celebrated in Lagos State by the British Council for outstanding social action in the education industry. He was celebrated at the Study UK Alumni Awards ceremony for Nigeria organised by the British Council at Eko Hotel and Suites in Lagos to celebrate the award finalists for Nigeria.
The setting was inventive and tastefully ingenious. The ambience of the Paintbox Art Academy in Kano spoke to the creativity needed to support the Nigerian economy....
British Council is offering venues free of charge to artists and exhibitors as part of its Creative Economy Showcase Programme till March 31, 2023. The exhibition centres in Lagos, Abuja, Port Harcourt, and Kano are open for use by players and stakeholders in the industry...
22 Dec 2022
The British Council has provided a platform for creative young artists to display their talents, as a way of boosting the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of the country.
10 Dec 2022
In commemoration of the 16 Days of Global Activism against Gender-Based Violence (GBV), the Magni-Cedar Production House, in partnership with the British Council and Live Abundantly...