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Article An app to unlock past memories
The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (HOME)  30/04/2019
Yesterday, the National Heritage Board (NHB) inked a pact with National Museums Liverpool and the British Council to introduce the House of Memories programme, including the app, here. There are plans for photos from NHB's National Collection – accessible on the app – to be a tool for patients to reminisce and bond with caregivers.   (78 words)
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Asia News Network New language training course by British Council
Hindustan Times (India)  Hindustan Times (India)/Asia News Network  26/12/2018
The first batch will begin on 5 January at British Council Delhi Teaching Centre. The course duration is of eight weeks. The course is priced at INR 11,500.   (460 words)
Article An app to unlock memories for persons with dementia
By: SHABANA BEGUM,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (HOME)  30/04/2019

The British Council, NHB and National Museums Liverpool signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) at Eden Hall, the official residence of the British High Commissioner to Singapore, to introduce the House of Memories programme here.   (656 words)
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Asia News Network 'The UKIERI Mobility Programme aims to double the number of UK students studying in India'
By: HT CORRESPONDENT,   Hindustan Times (India)  Hindustan Times (India)/Asia News Network  02/10/2019
Barbara Wickham, Country Director, British Council India explains the implications of this move. Edited excerpts: What role does the British Council play in the bilateral UKIERI programme?   (909 words)
Article On a mission to teach English
By: AMRITA KAUR,   Tabla  Tabla  (SINGAPORE)  14/09/2018

Last year, the 55-year-old, who was then a sole proprietor at accounting firm John Navamani & Co, finally found time to take up the Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults (CELTA) course at British Council Singapore.   (723 words)
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Article Teruja dipilih chef-de-mission kontinjen S'pura ke Sukan Para Asia
By: ANWAR YAHYA,   Berita Harian  Berita Harian  (SUKAN)  27/05/2018

Ia juga suatu bidang yang digemarinya sejak menjejaki kerjaya sebagai seorang kaunselor bertauliah bersama British Council Singapura sejak 2010.   (798 words)
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Asia News Network UK most popular educational destination for Thai students, says British Council, points out Thai teachers are poor in English
The Nation (Thailand)  The Nation (Thailand)/Asia News Network  04/02/2020
"The British Council has been working with more than 3,000 crafts entrepreneurs and over 200 brands to enhance their design and social entrepreneurial skills.   (649 words)
Article Seniors hit the books to learn a new language
By: VENESSA LEE,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (LIFE LIVE MORE)  02/02/2020
Ms Mei-kwei Barker, director of English-language services at the British Council in Singapore, says: "Today, more seniors are working than ever before. Many of them feel the need to brush up on skills such as workplace communication in order to stay employable, socially connected and mentally active." One of Mr S.   (1149 words)
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Article Ketua kontinjen mahu atlit ambil serius soal salah guna dadah perangsang
Berita Harian  Berita Harian  (SUKAN)  27/05/2018

"Saya fikir mereka perlu diingatkan... sudah tentu mereka tahu mengenai perkara ini kerana ada di kalangan mereka sudah berkali-kali mewakili negara di kejohanan antarabangsa," ujar Ali dalam satu wawancara di British Council Singapura minggu lalu.   (261 words)
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Article Beneficial exchange
By: ADVAITH GIRISH,   Tabla  Tabla  (SINGAPORE)  18/01/2019


The secondary students of our school recently participated in the British Council International School Award accreditation programme along with their counterparts from the Capitol Public School in Bengaluru, India.
The topic chosen for the School Exchange Programme was "movie review of a film of patriotic genre".   (265 words)
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