Become a library member

Do you want to carry the British Council Library in your pocket?

Look no further. We present you our Digital Library


We have spent months to curate a brilliant solution which will enable you to carry our library in your pocket. Introducing our digital library app which will entitle you to carry our ever-expanding 80,000+ collections on the go. Be it on a traffic jam or in your class break or on your coffee break: the library is there, always, on the palm of your hand.

Digital Library

Access our digital library from the comfort of your home or on the go. As a member of the British Council Digital Library, you will have world-class resources at the tip of your fingers, from online study resources to popular eBooks and audiobooks, and award-winning movies and documentaries. And that’s not all: Digital Library membership gives you access attend various online and offline workshops that is conducted to ameliorate 21st-century skills, career development, and women empowerment. The icing on the cake is our fully equipped auditorium which screens films and stage dramas.

* You have to become our library member to get access inside the app.

Become a library member

Discover what our favorite patrons are saying about the Digital Library:

‘Before the liberation war, I used to watch theatre in the British Council premise. I really appreciate that this organization works on Culture for development. And now they have the digital library which is a great asset for the young crowd in Bangladesh.’ 
Sara Zaker, Actor, Director, Chairperson, Mongoldeep Foundation.

 ‘The environment of British Council is always amazing. They offer diversified programs for young people and children which is very much appreciative.’ 
Asaduzzaman Noor, Actor, Politician and Activist.

‘I obtained family membership of the British Council Dhaka library so that my children can access the library resources. I wanted to provide my young daughter with the opportunity to read a wide range of books and needed to install the reading habit in my son’s profile. I am always delighted to see the natural joy in my children while they spend time in the library with books, play at the young learner’s corner or enjoy with their peer in the green lawns of the library premise. I feel relaxed to let them by themselves in the library with other young learners as the premise is child friendly and secured.’ 
Asraful Islam, Head of Procurement, British Council.