Partnering with us in Georgia

Working with our partners in the fields of education, English and the arts we make a real difference to the lives of millions of people in the UK and around the world. British Council has been working with Georgia for more than 20 years.

We are a globally trusted brand and collaborate with a broad spectrum of organisations leveraging our global networks, expertise and trust to help them achieve their goals. When it comes to our business partners, we fully understand their corporate social responsibility and marketing strategies. Equally, we appreciate our public and third sector partners’ aims in development, education and the arts.

Today we want to invest in people creating change and opportunity in Georgia. Over the next three years we want to work with: all teachers of English, English learners, the best students and academics in Georgia and the UK, and reach new audiences through our programmes in art and culture.

We are looking for partners to help us achieve these ambitious goals. Please contact us if you would like to support this work.

A selection of our partners in Georgia

  • Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia 
  • Ministry of Culture and Monument Protection of Georgia 
  • Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport of Ajara Autonomous Republic
  • Tbilisi City Hall
  • Teachers Professional Development Centre of Georgia 
  • British Embassy in Tbilisi
  • BP
  • English Teachers Association of Georgia (ETAG)
  • National Museum of Georgia
  • Gori Youth Culture and Education Centre
  • Tbilisi International Theatre Festival
  • Tbilisi International Film Festival
  • Batumi international Art-House Film Festival
  • Artisterium Association
  • Marjanishvili State Theatre
  • Radio Green wave
  • Radio 1 (Public Broadcasting)
  • Georgia Today (newspaper)
  • TRAM (Transform Arts Module Foundation)
  • Georgian Arts and Culture Centre 
  • ICOMOS Georgia
  • Arts Academy of Georgia
  • Writer’s House of Georgia
  • French Institute 
  • Goethe Institute