“Since the beginning of the Bilingual Programme in 2005, Trinity College London has collaborated on multiple occasions with the Madrid Board of Education, providing teachers and students with first-rate training and a reliable and professional assessment.

Trinity has been able to cater to our younger bilingual students’ needs thanks to a wide range of exams and a focus on communication skills and performance. Trinity’s depth of knowledge in CLIL methodology has proven to be consistent with the tenets of the region’s Bilingual Programme, and this convergence has no doubt played a part in its implementation. Its high exam standards and qualified experts have forged a solid relationship with the Madrid Board of Education based on the quality of the services delivered.”

Director General of Bilingualism and Quality of Teaching, Ministry of Education Universities, Science, and Spokesperson, Comunidad de Madrid, Spain

“In 2000, during my tenure as Minister of Education, I created The Progetto Lingue to increase communicative competence in foreign languages using the expertise of awarding organisations such as Trinity College London. Twenty years later, thousands of teachers and schools are benefitting from Trinity’s training and offer its exams.

In 2019, in my current role as President of the National Committee for the Practical Learning of Music, I collaborated with Trinity on a research project, creating a community of music teachers and promoting internationalisation. Trinity’s role as an independent education charity aligns with the mission of the Committee and has facilitated an extension of the project for another three years.”

President of the National Committee for the Practical Learning of Music for all students, former Minister of Education, Italy

“The University of Córdoba (UCO) and Trinity have fruitfully collaborated for more than 30 years in connection with the Research Group HUM-1006, a special link of which the International Conference on Bilingual Education (organised yearly) and the iPlay School of Music and Languages are two examples. The mutual understanding and the social and academic impact of this collaboration are the most outstanding outcomes of this consolidated relationship. We regard Trinity as one of UCO’s most valuable collaborating institutions, to which we would like to express our most sincere thankfulness.”

Department of English and German Philologies, University of Córdoba, Spain


‘We are delighted to be working with Trinity to support the development of music teaching at KS3 across London. The online learning platform for Teach Through Music developed collaboratively with Trinity College London will be a valuable contribution to the music education landscape and a hugely beneficial learning experience.’

Assistant Director of Music, Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance



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