杜特韦莱以 Eurocentres 的名义成立了一个独立的基金会，创建了他所说的“欧洲语言和教育中心”。在该基金会学习的学生总数上升到4300人。
1960: Collaboration with France, Spain, and the USA begins.
1968: Eurocentres receives the "Statut Consultatif de la Catégorie 1" - advisory status in the field of language teaching and learning - from the Council of Europe.
1975: The number of students exceeds 20,000 per year.
1977: The first purpose-built school in London showcases innovative classroom design and self-learning facilities, as well as facilities for Computer Assisted Language Learning.
1984: Eurocentres Cambridge, the second model school for teaching adults, follows.
1986: The first purpose-built school for teaching German opens in Cologne.
1988: New centres are opened in countries outside of Europe, including the USA and Japan.
1990: Eurocentres aids in the development of the CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) and is commended by the Council of Europe Language Policy Unit for its contributions.
1991: With the completion of a new purpose-built school in La Rochelle, there are now 3 year-round schools in France – Paris, Amboise, and La Rochelle.
1993: The "Eurocentres Scale of Language Proficiency" is put into practice. It is followed by the development of a computerised language testing system which enables teachers to generate reliable tests according to students' individual needs.
1995: The first consultancy agreements take shape in in Switzerland, Spain, and Brazil.
1999: International collaboration leads to partnerships in Canada and Malta.
2002: There are now two Eurocentres schools in Canada, and further partnerships develop with schools in Malta, Australia and Spain.
2005: There are now two Eurocentres schools across Australia and a centre opens in Auckland, New Zealand.
2006: Cape Town, South Africa, opens its own centre.
2007: A new school for teaching German opens in Berlin.
2008: The Eurocentres school network in Australia is completed with the opening of Eurocentres Sydney. Today: Eurocentres remains an internationally-recognised organisation, with a network of schools, agencies and offices dedicated to maintaining global dialogues across cultures.