myEnglish

Experience the British Council classroom online, anytime, anywhere.

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  • Online
  • 50 hours
  • Six weeks
  • INR 9,500

Flexible learning

A combination of live online classes and guided self-study​.

Personal support

Your teacher follows your progress and gives individual feedback and guidance.

International recognition

British Council certificates are trusted by employers across the world.


How it works

Live online classes

Join your teacher and classmates for two hours each week.

Develop your communication skills by participating in group discussions and practising real life scenarios.

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Study at a time that suits you

Work at your own pace through online activities, videos and forum discussions and improve your pronunciation, speaking, grammar and vocabulary.

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Track your learning progress

Learning is based on the Common European Framework of Reference for languages (CEFR) – an international standard for describing language ability, which allows you and your teacher to track your learning progress. You'll receive personalised feedback and guidance from your teacher on a regular basis.

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What you will learn

myEnglish has three levels based on the Common European Framework of Reference for languages (CEFR). Each level has three modules that can be taken in any order.

Pre-intermediate

Module 1

Topics include:

  • describing your family
  • writing emails
  • delivering presentations
  • time management
  • numbers and statistics

Pre-intermediate

Module 1

Starts every three weeks.
Next start date: 12 January 2019.

Your two hour live class on:
Saturdays from 11.30 to 13.30.

Pre-intermediate

Module 2

Topics include:

  • describing experiences
  • making suggestions
  • vocabulary for travelling
  • developing a workplace schedule
  • presentations to persuade others

Pre-intermediate

Module 2

Starts every three weeks.

Choose your two hour live class time before you register from a range of weekday or weekend options.

Pre-intermediate

Module 3

Topics include:

  • making plans and arrangements
  • technology and the internet
  • enquiries and bookings
  • reviews of arts and entertainment
  • preparing for job interviews

Pre-intermediate

Module 3

Starts every three weeks.
Next start date: 16 December 2018.

Your two hour live class on:
Sundays from 16.30 to 18.30.

Intermediate

Module 1

Topics include:

  • describing places and things
  • clothes and comparing items
  • formal and informal conversations
  • delivering presentations
  • suggestions and complaints

Intermediate

Module 1

Starts every three weeks.
Next start date: 15 December 2018.

Your two hour live class on:
Saturdays from 09.00 to 11.00.

Intermediate

Module 2

Topics include:

  • money, travelling and shopping
  • direct and indirect questions
  • improving writing skills
  • expressing your viewpoints
  • writing a job application

Intermediate

Module 2

Starts every three weeks.
Next start date: 12 January 2019.

Your two hour live class on:
Saturdays from 16.30 to 18.30.

Intermediate

Module 3

Topics include:

  • crime and the law
  • health and the body
  • adventure sports
  • using international English
  • writing brief messages

Intermediate

Module 3

Starts every three weeks.
Next start date: 14 January 2019.

Your two hour live class on:
Mondays and Wednesdays from 21.00 to 22.00.

Upper-intermediate

Module 1

Topics include:

  • festivals and celebrations
  • clothes and costumes
  • describing an event
  • newspapers and media
  • team working skills
  • speaking in tenses

Upper-intermediate

Module 1

Starts every three weeks.
Next start date: 13 January 2019.

Your two hour live class on:
Sundays from 14.00 to 16.00.

Upper-intermediate

Module 2

Topics include:

  • describing people and places
  • easily confused words and verbs
  • vocabulary for adventure
  • emails and time management
  • describing problems

Upper-intermediate

Module 2

Starts every three weeks.
Next start date: 29 December 2018.

Your two hour live class on:
Saturdays from 14.00 to 16.00.

Upper-intermediate

Module 3

Topics include:

  • money, finance and banking
  • reviewing films and books
  • making and declining requests
  • mysteries and the unexplained
  • speculating about the past​

Upper-intermediate

Module 3

Starts every three weeks.
Next start date: 15 January 2019.

Your two hour live class on:
Tuesdays and Thursdays from 21.00 to 22.00.

Book a free consultation

Arrange a time for us to call you. We will assess your English skills to help you start the course at the correct level.

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Meet Purbani Das

English teacher, Bangalore

Purbani Das, myEnglish teacher, Bangalore

I’ve been teaching English for three years. I worked in England before joining the myEnglish team. My favourite thing about teaching online is the flexibility it offers. My interests include literature, pop culture and the fine arts.

Meet Avinash Govindarajan

English teacher, Gurgaon

Avinash Govindarajan, myEnglish teacher, Gurgaon

I love exploring how English use varies across cultures and countries, especially with humour. I am interested in music and the visual arts and when I'm not teaching I play the guitar or make movies.

Meet Rajul Goveas

English teacher, Mumbai

Rajul Goveas, myEnglish teacher, Mumbai

Before joining myEnglish, I taught English to underprivileged young learners and spoken English to young adults. I like the challenge of interacting with learners online while developing their language skills. I love travelling, jazz and yoga.

Meet Ellora Chowdhury

English teacher, Pune

I’ve been teaching English and training in communication skills for over ten years. I have a certificate in teaching English and also a qualification in online teaching. I love teaching online because it gives me the opportunity to reach a wider audience. My interests are reading, travelling and working with animals.