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Accelerate your career, get set for study or improve your social English with lessons led by skilled teachers. Whatever your ambition, we put your success at the heart of learning.

Inspired learning... A step towards your goals

MyClass takes you closer to your goals and gives you the confidence to use English in the situations that matter to you. Classes are led by highly qualified teachers who provide expert direction, motivating you to use the English language better.

Whatever your learning aims, we can help you choose either workplace English themes or English for social situations or a combination of the two. You can personalise your learning and study at a time that is convenient for you. 

Discover what you will learn

Each myClass lesson is 90-mins long and covers English speaking, writing, reading and listening skills. In each lesson you will learn new vocabulary and phrases, practise pronunciation and grammar, and improve your accuracy.

In each lesson you will master a real-life situation in English and practise the language and life skills to achieve your goals.

For the most effective learning experience, you will study with learners at the same level as you. Our English lessons are aligned to the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR).

Typical lesson themes by learning level

Workplace English — designed to help you practise your English and develop skills in typical work situations.

Social English — covers a range of topics and social situations to help you speak English more confidently. Improve your language skills, learn how to express feelings and opinions or explore new subjects. You may want to discuss your interests — sport, travel, environmental issues, life events. Perhaps you want to look to the future, explore new technologies or climate change.

Elementary (A1)

Examples of what you will learn at Elementary (A1) are:

  • talking about yourself and your life
  • introducing yourself to colleagues and visitors
  • making and confirming arrangements
  • expressing an opinion in conversation.

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Pre-intermediate (A2)

Examples of what you will learn at Pre-intermediate (A2) are:

  • preparing and delivering an effective presentation
  • discussing career options
  • writing emails and letters
  • buying and selling with confidence.

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Intermediate (B1)

Examples of what you will learn at Intermediate (B1) are:

  • engaging in seminars and tutorials
  • organising your writing effectively
  • carrying out an effective negotiation
  • communicating clearly over the phone.

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Upper Intermediate (B2)

Examples of what you will learn at Upper Intermediate (B2) are:

  • planning and presenting ideas for change
  • discussing change and impacts
  • planning and writing a report
  • effectively managing, planning and delegating at work.

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Advanced (C1)

Examples of what you will learn at Advanced (C1) are:

  • making predictions and analysing trends
  • developing a persuasive case and presenting to others
  • describing and interpreting data
  • making a speech.

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