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British Council Launches My English Online In India

A total of nine courses in three language levels for applicants according to their different levels of aptitude, myEnglish recreates the classroom experience

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British Council has launched an online course for individuals who wish to improve their spoken and written skills in the language of English. The course that was launched on Wednesday (30th August) is called myEnglish is a six week programme.

Consisting multiple modules, interested applicants can apply for the short online level check which will be followed by consultation by one of the teachers. The course that starts from September 23rd will charge around Rs.8,800.

The course is designed to improve one’s fluency, accuracy and an individual’s confidence in the English language. Through interactive, sociable and fun lessons, the course is spread out over a period of six weeks, with approx. 50 hours of study during the tenure.

Students will be able to access the activities and tasks online and classes will take place on a platform called Zoom that can accessed through desktops, laptops, tablets and even smartphones.

A total of nine courses in three language levels for applicants according to their different levels of aptitude, myEnglish recreates the classroom experience.

Offering a course like myEnglish, it would benefit the applicants in terms of convenience and flexibility as one can take the course anywhere, using any mode of technology and from anywhere in the country. myEnglish uses proven and tested learning methodology that ensures effective learning that would improve applicants’ command over the language.

Moreover, the course focuses on developing speaking and communication skills by using authentic, every day English and real life topics. It also develops career enhancing skills such as presentations, group discussions and time management.


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