Wednesday June 3, 2020 07:16

THE BRITISH COUNCIL Press Releases

British Council Launches #FameLab Thailand 2020, Searching for the Best Science Communicator to Join the Global Competition in the UK General—03 Feb 20

The British Council in Thailand, in cooperation with the Ministry of Higher Education, Science, Research and Innovation, NSM, NSTDA, and NXPO, are pleased to invite Thai scientists, researchers, and those interested in STEM industry to apply for "FameLab

#British Council IELTS Prize Valued at 2,800,000 THB Opens for Applications General—20 Jan 20

The British Council East Asia IELTS Prize is now inviting applications from students who plan to begin undergraduate or postgraduate studies locally or overseas in a tertiary institution that accepts IELTS as part of its admission requirements in the

Applications now open in Thailand for British Council IELTS Prize (East Asia) 2019/20, supporting General—13 Dec 19

- The British Council IELTS Prize valued at 2,825,100 THB will support aspiring students in East Asia[1] to pursue their study abroad dreams at an English-speaking higher education institution. British Council in Thailand is pleased to announce that

British Council Announces the GREAT Scholarship 2020 for Postgraduate General—06 Nov 19

The British Council in Thailand invites prospective students to apply for GREAT Scholarship 2020, the scholarship programme that encourages Thai students to pursue postgraduate level study in the UK. The participating universities are including Anglia

British Council and the British Embassy Bangkok Invites Alumni to Join UK Alumni Awards General—04 Oct 19

The British Council in Thailand, together with the British Embassy Bangkok, launches "UK Alumni Awards 2019-2020", inviting alumni currently residing in Thailand who have studied in the UK, at an officially recognised provider of UK university degree

British Council in Thailand announces winners of the IELTS Prize 2018/19 General—26 Jul 19

The British Council IELTS Prize, since its launch in 2011, has supported more than 270 students in East Asia in pursuing their dreams of studying abroad. This year, 33 prize winners in the region have been added to the list, including three outstanding

FINDING THE NEXT BEST SCIENCE COMMUNICATOR IN FAMELAB THAILAND 2019 General—13 May 19

The British Council and partners held the final round of FameLab Thailand Competition 2019 on Saturday 11 May 2019 at Bangkok Art and Culture in search for a representative from Thailand to attend FameLab International 2019 in Cheltenham Science Festival

6 Effective Ideas to Stimulate Your Childs Social Skills through English Learning by the British General—04 Apr 19

Do you remember learning English as a child? Being forced to focus on grammar and writing, rather than speaking? At the British Council, we believe that speaking forms the basis of a good English education, which is essential to improving English skills

British Council East Asia IELTS Prize valued at 3,073,000 THB opens for General—12 Dec 18

The British Council East Asia IELTS Prize 2018/19 is now inviting applications from students who plan to begin undergraduate or postgraduate studies locally or overseas in the 2019/20 academic year. Three Local Prizes amounting to 631,500 THB will be

British Council and the Ministry of Education modernise the teaching methods of 17,000 English General—28 Sep 18

Bangkok 28 September 2018 – The British Council and the Ministry of Education are working together to improve the skills of 17,000 primary and secondary English teachers in Thailand through the Regional English Training Centres (RETC) project.

UKTHAILAND LAUNCH THE LATEST INNOVATION: TURNING FOOD WASTE INTO ENERGY FOR COMMUNITY General—02 Aug 18

The British Council, National Science and Technology Policy Office (STI), Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) and Loughborough University held a dissemination workshop on a project entitled: "Community Scale, Decentralised Anaerobic Digestion for Energy

British Council in Thailand Announces 2018 IELTS Prize Winners General—02 Aug 18

Three outstanding IELTS test takers in Thailand have been selected as local prize winners of the British Council IELTS Prize 2017/18. The winners are Swasamon Jaidee, Peach Pusamlidlert and Peerapat Santimaneerat. Winners attended a panel interview and

British Council in Thailand, together with OHEC and TRF, to offer 30-million-baht research funding General—10 May 18

The British Council, together with Office of Higher Education Commission (OHEC) and the Thailand Research Fund (TRF), hosted Cafe Scientifique to share five success stories of research under the Newton Fund. On this occasion, the British Council also

ASEAN higher education systems are becoming more open for international engagement says new British General—02 May 18

Higher education systems in the ASEAN region are becoming more open for international engagement, say a new British Council report released today. 'The Shape of Global Higher Education' - the British Council's unique policy framework which assesses

Minister of Education Thailand to talk at the worlds largest open education General—11 Apr 18

Going Global, the world's largest open education conference, will open in less than a month in Kuala Lumpur - the first time the conference is being held in the ASEAN region. This year's conference, starting on May 2, will be co-hosted by the British

British Council launches IELTS Prize worth over THB 2,700,000 for students in East General—13 Dec 17

The British Council IELTS Prize 2017/18 now invites applications from students who plan to begin undergraduate or postgraduate studies locally or overseas in the 2018 academic year. Three Local Prizes amounting to THB 270,000 will be awarded to students

Clean Up the River 2017 at Chatrium Hotel Riverside Bangkok General—19 Sep 17

The British Ambassador to Thailand H.E. Mr. Brian John Davidson (center), together with The British Council's Country Director to Thailand Mr. Andrew Glass (right), Managing Director of Chatrium Hotels & Residences Mrs. Savitri Ramyarupa (3rd from

Three students in Thailand win 2017 British Council IELTS Prize to pursue their dreams of studying General—31 Jul 17

Studying overseas has been a dream for many students in Thailand. With an aim to connect people with learning opportunities, the British Council launched the IELTS Prize in 2011 and, since then, it has supported a total of 170 students in the East Asia

ESCAP and the British Council collaborate to promote social enterprise and social impact investment General—03 Mar 17

The British Council and the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) today signed a collaborative agreement to promote the growth of social enterprise and social impact investment across the Asia-Pacific region as a

British Council IELTS Prize 2016/17 application timeline extended General—04 Jan 17

The British Council IELTS Prize 2016/17 application deadline has been extended from 31 December 2016 to 28 February 2017. Prizes for local winners amount to £6,000, while the regional winner for the Grand Prize can win up to GBP40,000 tuition fees.

Test Takers Report That IELTS Helps Them Perform Better Academically and Pursue Life-Changing General—02 Nov 16

A British Council survey conducted with 3,000 IELTS test takers from nine countries in East Asia The British Council IELTS has conducted a survey with over 3,000 former IELTS candidates who took the test between 2011 to 2013 across nine countries in

British Council Thailand, together with the British Embassy Bangkok, Launches Alumni Awards General—13 Sep 16

British Council Thailand, together with the British Embassy Bangkok, Launches Alumni Awards 2017, Celebrating Distinguished Alumni Achievements The British Council Thailand, together with the British Embassy Bangkok, has launched the first year of three

Five Thailand students win British Councils IELTS Prize to pursue their dreams of studying overseas IT—24 Sep 15

Studying overseas has been a dream for many students in Thailand. With an aim to connect people with learning opportunities, the British Council launched the IELTS Prize in 2011 and, since then, it has supported a total of 123 students in the East Asia

Photo Release: British Council Invites Thai Children to Showcase their English Skills in the General—28 May 14

Mr. Chris Gibson, Director of the British Council Thailand, an institution that promotes the learning and teaching of the English language with skilled native teachers from the United Kingdom, would like to invite Thai youth, who are studying in the Thai

British Council Invites Thai Children to Showcase their English Skills in the British Council General—26 May 14

The UK’s British Council invites Thai youth, who are studying in the Thai primary and secondary curriculum, to take part in the “British Council English Competition 2014” for the HRH Princess Sirindhorn Cup. This effort strengthens

British Council Thailand and the Thailand Research Fund Sign MoU for Research Collaboration General—18 Nov 13

17 Million Baht pledged under the Researcher Links initiative will cover 7 workshops in Thailand and 12 travel grants The British Council Thailand and The Thailand Research Fund (TRF) today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to initiate

British Council Thailand introduces winners of British Council English Competition General—30 Aug 13

The British Council is delighted to have welcomed over 200 enthusiastic Thai youths to the British Council English Competition 2013 and has introduced the winners who have received the trophies from HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn along with British

World Bank to Support South-South Knowledge Exchange on Higher Education Stcoks—21 May 13

Kuala Lumpur, May 20, 2013 - Officials from Algeria, Morocco, and Tunisia working on higher education reform will exchange experiences with Malaysian counterparts at a 4-day workshop beginning today, supported by the World Bank and the British Council

British Council and Ministry of Education launch “Thailand English Teaching Project General—16 Jul 12

The British Council, together with Thailand’s Ministry of Education, is today launching the “Thailand English Teaching Project 2012”. The project will bring UK undergraduates and recent graduates to support the teaching and learning of

The British Council and LRQA launch E-idea competition to find eco-entrepreneurs in Japan and General—06 Jun 11

E-idea is an innovative competition that funds, supports and mentors young eco-entrepreneurs, aged 18-35, from seven Asia-Pacific countries. The E-idea competition launches in Japan on April 26th, 2011, and will also run in Australia, China, Indonesia ,