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The Council of British International Schools

55-56 Russell Square Bloomsbury, London, UK WC1B 4HP

++44 20 3826 7190


The Council of British International Schools (COBIS) is a membership association that represents more than 400 schools and organisations, globally. COBIS was founded more than 30 years ago and is governed by an elected Board consisting of Headteachers and Governors from member schools worldwide.

High-quality COBIS schools, which educate over 165,000 students and employ more than 16,000 teachers, can be found in more than 75 countries across Europe, Asia, Africa, the Middle East and the Americas.

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We represent over 250 British international schools of global quality. If your business offers products and services of interest to British international schools, you may wish to consider joining as a Supporting Associate. 

Becoming a Supporting Associate opens up access to services which can raise awareness of your company brand and your products and services. Whether you are a business considering expanding into the international education market for the first time, or you have worked in the overseas market for many years, our services could help you generate new business and strengthen your existing relationships with our schools. 

Please note that Supporting Associates’ products and services are not endorsed by COBIS and Supporting Associates may not use their status as an endorsement of our services, products or activities.

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A fundamental aim of COBIS is to support our members and represent their interests in Britain and overseas, particularly with Government, education authorities and educational associations. We are committed to advancing the interests of British schools overseas and the commercial organisations that export education resources, products and services. We work closely and in partnership with the Department for International Trade and the Department for Education. 


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