We ask pupils in Kinlochbervie about their Connecting Classrooms through Global Learning partner school in Nakuru, Kenya.
The latest news and views from our work in arts, education and society.
Figures for 2018 show a rise of more than €1m in Scotland’s share of EU mobility funding.
Tricky Hat’s Artistic Director, Fiona Miller, shares the company’s experience of a recent British Council-funded trip to Japan.
Video: international partnership is having a powerful effect on pupils.
Erasmus + project with Spanish and Irish partners proves a hit.
The University of Glasgow has been awarded funding from the UK Government’s Cultural Protection Fund to preserve archaeological sites in Iraqi Kurdistan.
We are excited to announce the second phase of our digital engagement campaign with Young Scot, and it’s all about education.
Get the lowdown on what's available at a twilight session this September and October.
Young people need to have the knowledge, skills and confidence to operate internationally.
The Edinburgh International Culture Summit is back for its fourth year.
Get involved with the social action programme in Scotland.
The value of international working.
It's festival time in Scotland's capital city.
Jonathan Peters reflects on taking part in Future News Worldwide 2018.
Dom and Sarah, Future News Worldwide programme managers, share their takes on this year's conference.
Maria Sledmere reflects on attending the British Council Nature Writing seminar in Munich.
Our Year of Young People Intern, Saoirse Docherty, reflects on a powerful cultural exchange at the heart of Europe.
We've teamed up with Young Scot on an international inspiration campaign for Scotland's Year of Young People.
We’re going to Strasbourg and we want to take you with us.
Traverse Theatre connects with 60 young people in Mumbai.
Gaelic singer Anne Martin on the power of song to connect cultures.
Glasgow and Berlin are coming together for a digital celebration of music, culture and creativity.
Writers chosen after open call as part of Scotland's Year of Young People.
Grant funding available to become Delivery Partners.
Don't miss out on a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
Scottish universities head to South East Asia for sector mission.
Laura Spring selected as Helsinki Design Resident for 2018.
Behind the scenes at Celtic Connections with piping superstars from Scotland and Iran.
Studio Niro selected to design British Council Scotland gift.
Scottish artist featured in exhibition at National Art Gallery of the Bahamas.
Looking back on an inspiring exchange between Celtic musicians.
Emma Jones on why you should apply for Future Leaders Connect 2018.
International Women's Day highlights why we need to keep pushing for equality, writes Natalie Arnold, Project Coordinator with our Connecting Classrooms team
Online courses to connect and share with teachers all over the world.
Work that represented Scotland at Venice Biennale to be shown in Edinburgh.
Championing contemporary Scottish crime fiction at the Kolkata Literary Festival.
EU mobility scheme discussed at Scottish Parliament Culture, Tourism, Europe and External Relations Committee.
Cultural links between Scotland and India go from strength to strength.
Introducing Bridges Beyond Boundaries, a new platform to connect Scottish and Indian writers and readers.
Chinese Vice Premier Liu Yandong visits Edinburgh on official UK visit.
Glasgow Kelvin College students team up with Indian colleagues for Mumbai fashion showcase.
Connecting international learning with the wider concerns of our world.
Having an international outlook is essential for Scottish business, the economy and trade, writes John Crawford from Scottish Development International.
Scotland is an outward-looking nation, embracing the world and making a contribution to the international community.
Events are taking place all across Scotland - find one near you.
There are many opportunities for our students to go abroad and develop international skills.
Jackie Killeen, Director, British Council Scotland, writes for International Education Week.
Cultural design project forges new partnerships between Scotland and India.
Two Scottish future leaders walk together with The Elders.
Scotland awarded €21m in highest ever Erasmus+ EU funding allocation.
A musical tapestry celebrating the links between Paisley and India.
Scotland to host Social Enterprise World Forum 2018 homecoming.
Events mark first ever festival of South Asian arts in the Outer Hebrides.