The British Council is set to reopen its offices in Bangladesh on Monday, two months after it was temporarily closed
in order to review its security procedures.
According to the press release issued by the British Council on Sunday, all public-facing operations and services will resume across the country the same day.
“After the temporary closure to carry out necessary renovation works, The British Council is now ready to welcome everyone back to their premises in Chittagong, Sylhet and Dhaka,” stated the press note. "Registration for the Pearson Edexcel Examinations in January 2017 session has started from September 22 and ends on October 13, 2016.”
“School candidates are requested to contact their school for a unique school candidate registration link. Private candidates can apply through British Council website www.britishcouncil.org.bd
. This is for all candidates in Dhaka, Chittagong, Sylhet, Dinajpur, Rajshahi and Khulna,” it reads.
IELTS registration dates are open for October and November 2016. IELTS candidates can register online at ielts.britishcouncil.org
The British Council’s English language classes for term four will start from October 12, says the release. “Students can book a level test online and register for an English course at one of their Dhaka Teaching Centres in Dhaka University campus and Uttara – and in Agrabad in Chittagong. They will also be running all of their Business Training courses and workshops as usual.”
The British Council expressed gratitude to the Government of Bangladesh, all students, parents, and partners for standing beside them during their temporary closure.