1.Market presence

We’re on the ground where it matters. We’ve been working in Jordan for more than 70 years, during which time we’ve consistently carried out the cultural relations work we’re known for.

2.Thought leadership

We work across public, private and third sectors, in the UK and worldwide. This puts us in a unique position to facilitate discussions and develop new thinking, finding innovative solutions to the challenges of the day. In May 2022 two delegates from Jordan attended The Education World Forum EWF The world’s largest gathering of education and skills ministers.

3.Business development

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 for example, we are working in partnership with UNRWA on many different projects and we have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with UNRWA to strengthen the partnership and to expand new projects with them regionally.  As we support the Non formal education system with professional development, the English Programmes department has strategic partnerships with many international NGOs and local ones.

4.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.

5.Corporate responsibility

We are one of the UK’s largest charities. Our objectives span education, the arts, English and intercultural dialogue, and we like working with partners who share our goals.

6.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