Online | 42 hours | Four weeks | INR 4,750 per course

What is IELTS Coach? 

Preparing for IELTS significantly increases students’ chances of getting the score they need. This course will help you in the following ways: 

Improve test-related skills: You will get advice on how to improve skills for all four sections of the test: listening, reading, writing and speaking. You will also learn useful grammar and vocabulary to improve your English range and accuracy. 

Gain test awareness:  Learn about the test format, different question types, and practise doing sample IELTS tasks.

Develop effective test strategies: Get tips on how to prepare and on how to approach each section of the test. This will also help you feel calm and confident on your test day.  

 Each course consists of:

  • 12 hours of online class taught by experts to focus on Writing and Speaking
  • 30-hours of guided online study via the IELTS Coach app to practice Listening and Reading

 The IELTS Coach course is suitable for learners wanting to take either IELTS Academic or IELTS General Training:  

  • The IELTS General Training test is for those going to English speaking countries for secondary education, work or training programs. It is also a requirement for migration to Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the UK.
  • The IELTS Academic test is for people applying for higher education or professional registration in an English speaking environment. 

 Find more details on our course content and materials here.

How do I enrol?

  1. Click on Get Started and check your English level
  2. Once you receive your level, you can choose a course and a start date and time from the options available
  3. Make you select the correct course for your needs, Academic or General Training.
  4. Add the course to your shopping basket and fill out the billing details. Then, proceed to checkout with a payment method of your choice. 

Before booking your course, please remember:  

  • the course is for those who are 18 years of age or above 
  • please take the online level check yourself so that we can match you to the correct level
  • complete the enrolment using the learner’s name and email ID  
  • an enrolment is valid for one student at a time.   

Course structure

Course structure

You study through a combination of Live Online Classes and Online Activities. Find more details on our course content and materials here.

  • Live Online Classes: Interact with your teacher and classmates on videoconference in interactive sessions. Develop your understanding of the test format and assessment criteria for IELTS Speaking and Writing. Practice and get expert teacher guidance.  
  • Online Activities: Complete 30 hours of activities, animated tutorials and skill summaries based on IELTS Listening and Reading. Improve your test awareness, understand the test format, develop strategies for the test and get instant feedback on your progress. Get structured practice of IELTS question types and improve your vocabulary. Study in your own time – online or download lessons for offline study on mobile devices. You will also get individual feedback from the teacher on two writing tasks. 
  • Test Practice: Practice of all sections for each paper of the IELTS test. We provide extensive practice all Reading and Listening question types, teacher feedback on each section of the speaking test and written feedback for one full IELTS writing test (two tasks).

Class timings

We offer classes 7 days a week from 7 am to 10 pm.

  • Weekday classes: The course will have 2 classes per week, 1.5 hours per class, for 4 weeks. The course days will be Monday and Wednesday, Tuesday and Thursday, or Wednesday and Friday.
  • Weekend classes: The course will have 1 class per week (either Saturday or Sunday), 3 hours per class, for 4 weeks.

To see the exact time options available to you at your level, please click on the Get Started button above and take your online level check.

Live class experience

Join a free live class demo

Live demo classes are available to book for free! Reserve your place to experience a live online class with a British Council teacher, and learn some useful spoken communication skills.

What is the live class experience?

The live class takes place with your teacher and classmates over Zoom. You experience the British Council classroom from the comfort of your home, logging in from your computer. Everyone in the class must turn on cameras and use their mics to interact with each other. The teacher ensures that the class is very interactive and uses breakout rooms for pair and group work. You get to practice and interact with each other, build your confidence and fluency and get feedback. You can ask the teacher questions and get personalised feedback.

Maximum class size:

Please note that the maximum size for our online classes is 20 students. 

Levels available


  • Intermediate (B1) or above - We offer both Academic and General Training preparation courses. Choose your course based on the version of IELTS for which you will be taking. The IELTS General Training test is for those going to English speaking countries for secondary education, work or training programs. It is also a requirement for migration to Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the UK. The IELTS Academic test is for people applying for higher education or professional registration in an English speaking environment.

Find out more about our levels - from beginner to advanced.

Please note: If your online level check results show you are currently at a Pre-Intermediate level, you can sign up for the myEnglish course.

Special Education Needs (SEN) Policy

British Council is an inclusive organisation that welcomes students with learning difficulties or medical conditions. We aim to integrate SEN students into our mainstream classes, where possible so that they can follow the curriculum and achieve the course learning objectives.

We recognise that each student has his/her own individual needs. Our aim is to ensure that, as far as possible, students are consulted and involved in decisions about how their needs might be met. This involves talking to and listening to our students, as it is important that their views regarding their learning are properly considered. To help us do this, we request you to contact:

Once notified, we will arrange a telephone or videoconference before the course starts. We may also offer trial access to our online activities to the session to assess any barriers to study with us.

This information will be used to formulate an individual plan for the student, enabling us to optimise our teaching methods to better suit you. 

Please contact or  0120-4569000 / 6684353, Mon-Sat 9.00 am to 6.00 pm. for more information.

Sometimes, it is not possible to offer a place for the student because they do not meet our entry requirements (e.g. literacy skills do not correspond with what is needed for students undertaking that level of study). In some cases, we may not accept a student in our course because we are not able to provide consistent and sustainable support. The decision to not allow a student to register (or continue) is not made lightly and is based upon a consideration of all factors related to the individual case. The outcome is at the discretion of the centre’s Academic Manager.

Payment options available

You can use a variety of payment methods, such as credit/debit cards, wallets and UPI methods and you can select the payment provider option accordingly as listed below.

  • PayU – for payments via PayTM, Phone Pe and BHIM and UPI methods such Google Pay, Phone Pe, BHIM, PayTM, Amazon Pay
  • Stripe – for payments via Visa/Master/Amex/JCB/Discover/Diners Club credit/debit cards

About our teachers

Teachers are one of the most important factors in guaranteeing success for our students. That is why we are committed to providing you with the best qualified and most experienced teachers.  

Our teachers have internationally recognised qualifications for teaching English to adults. They are also highly trained and experienced in teaching online.   

Find out more about our teachers and our approach to teaching.

Any questions? 

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