British Council Ahmedabad is centrally located and just the way it connects the old and the new city, it connects people from all walks of life. It is not a space just for professionals and organisations, but avid learners, students and people of all ages and abilities who want to brighten their future prospects.
At our library, you will find an exclusive range of books, journals, CDs/DVDs, e-journals and e-books. Access our comprehensive resource house of information and quench your thirst of knowledge. Choose from various membership options or become an online library member now!
We conduct a variety of workshops that are fun and inspiring. These workshops give you an opportunity to look at the world with a fresh perspective and make learning fun! To stay updated about various events and activities at our centre, please visit events section of the website.
Our world-class teaching methodology and internationally recognised and experienced teachers make teaching and learning an experience to cherish.
We have an exciting and innovative online English course for adult learners across India! Learn English with a British Council teacher and classmates with our interactive online course, myEnglish. With live online classes and interactive tasks, improve your fluency, accuracy and confidence in English. Click here to enrol.
With myEnglish have the British Council classroom experience, online, from anywhere.
Also, read about our learning resources for teachers.
Education in the UK is great value for money as you gain world-class education. You can explore your study options and get practical advice right from choosing the course and applying for visa to your accommodation. Make use of the opportunity to attend Education UK exhibitions and attend events and seminars that give you a platform to interact with representatives from the UK universities.
For more details, visit the Education UK website that is a resource-house for international students interested in studying in the UK.
|In March 2018 the British Council in Ahmedabad advertised a storytelling session called 'The Girl Who Asked Why' where we missed crediting the author of the story in our flyer. The story was written by Shon Mehta.|