The British Council is keen to work with individuals and organisations who want to invest in Tunisia and the UK. We are uniquely-positioned to offer an innovative and diverse mixture of opportunities which can strengthen cultural relations, open new doors for business and enhance global reputation.  

The Tunisian government is committed to invest in its people and education. The value put on the British Council's services by the Tunisian government positions us to support reform programmes, especially in education and English language teaching in the future. 

We have a strong reputation in Tunisia, thanks in part to the local businesses, organisations and sponsors we have been working with. We formally acknowledge the invaluable contribution and support they have made to our recent successes and look forward to building new and more sustainable relationships. 

The partners we work with are both highly-regarded and well-positioned to benefit from future initiatives – take a look at some of our most recent success stories which capture the breadth, scope and diversity of the work we are involved with. 

For 80 years, the British Council has been making a real difference to the lives of millions of people in the UK and around the world.

We are driven by our mission to build trust and opportunity. Our goals are ambitious, and we will only achieve them in partnership.

We work with thousands of national and international organisations each year, aligning our strategies and delivering high-performing partnerships around the world.

Market presence

We’re on the ground where it matters. We’ve been working in Tunisia for more than 50 years, during which time we’ve consistently carried out the cultural relations work we’re known for.

 through partnership

Our professional staff are ready to work with you to develop your business, building on our market knowledge and sector expertise. As a world expert in English, we are working in partnership with the Ministry of Higher Education and the Ministry of Employment and Vocational Education in the English for the Future project, which aims to encourage teaching and learning of English, with the long-term goal of improving academic performance, language and employability.

Workforce engagement

Our work reaches 600 million people globally every year. Our capacity to deliver on the ground means we can work with you to develop inspiring and relevant engagement programmes for current and future employees.

Global network

Established in 1934, the British Council has 191 offices in 110 countries and territories. We have close working relationships with UK government departments, national governments and ministries, and international government organisations. Our networks operate at all levels, from government ministers to young learners.

For more information, please contact us.