Libyan partnership

January 2, 2004

The British Council has signed a cultural agreement with Libya.

The placement service agreement is expected to bring a "huge increase" in the number of Libyans studying at UK universities and colleges, according to British Council director-general David Green. It will also mean the establishment of a British cultural centre in Tripoli, a Libyan centre in London, and more English teaching and UK exams being offered in Libya. Sir Clive Booth, former vice-chancellor of Oxford Brookes University, will help the Libyan government develop higher education reforms using the UK system as a model.

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