Whether you are a business, an educational organisation, a charitable institution or an international organisation, we have the flexibility and range of experience to work with you to meet your organisation's needs.
- established in 1934, the British Council has more than 200 offices in 110 countries and territories.
- we have been operating in Romania since 1938 and have offices in Bucharest, Cluj-Napoca and Iasi.
- we have a good understanding of cultures, languages and communities.
- our expertise in education and language teaching, all art forms, creative industries, youth and community engagement, governance and reform is first rate
- our networks cover all levels, from young learners to government ministers.
- we maintain close working relationships with UK government departments, the British Embassy, national governments and ministries, and international government organisations.
Worldwide, in 2018
- we engaged with over 80 million people directly and reached up to 791 million people in total, across the globe, through our programmes and digital presence;
- we taught English to nearly 420.000 students and supported the professional development of 77.000 teachers of English;
- 3.9 million people took an English language exam with us;
- we supported over 100 million teachers and learners of English through our online English digital product;
- we worked with over 47.000 artists and cultural organisations - over 8.000 from the United Kingdom and more than 39.000 from other countries;
- 80 per cent of our customers agree our programmes are of high quality
- 82 per cent have reported gaining new skills
Romania, in 2018
The British Council has been working in Romania since 1938. In 2018, we celebrated 80 years of cultural relations with Romania with a programme that recalled highlights from our past, while also lookin forward, to reaffirm our commitment to the future. Find out more about our history and our anniversary programme.
Through our programmes and services, we engaged with over 220.000 people directly in 2018, including hundreds of established or emerging leaders, policy makers and community members.
Over 800 partners institutions and organisations from all fields joined us in delivering work on our major strands, including arts and culture, English language, education and society.