Make 2023 your year with MyClass
Dec 27, 2022
- A new flexible adult English course for English learners now launching in the Gulf – Kuwait, UAE, Bahrain and Qatar
- Now you can control your English learning progress with flexible selection of class schedule and topic
- Each lesson is designed to help you master a real-life situation in English, so you can face the future with confidence
You might have come across these situations: – you were unable to attend a lesson from a short course or development programme due to an unexpected incident. Worse still, the class could not be rescheduled, you had no alternative but to skip it; even if the class schedule fits you, the fixed course contents / topics may not arouse your learning interest.
If you want to improve your English skills yet stay in control of your learning progress, why not register now for our new adult English course “MyClass” recently launched by the British Council in the Gulf? Classes starting in January 2023, registration is open now.
Justin Spence, Regional Adult Product and Services Lead in MENA explains “Students can select the date and time of each lesson according to their preference and schedule, without worrying about missing a lesson due to an unexpected event. There are multiple themes in the course, which focus on authentic everyday English with real life topics like travelling, shopping, and meeting etc. This allows students to choose the lessons that best suit their interests and improve their speaking and listening skills through practical language tasks and online language exercises.”
“I am a journalist and I need be present wherever I am required to be, so I used to miss lot of lessons before. But now, with the new course MyClass I can choose a date and time that are convenient to me. I really feel comfortable and not subject to any restrictions and above that I am improving my knowledge whenever I want. This was one of the best decisions I have ever made” says Natia Tavdgiridze, a Myclass student from Georgia.
“What I like about Myclass is that I can choose when and what I can study, Since I joined, I have made a great progress, The diversity of MyClass topics and making friends with classmates have certainly broadened my knowledge and social circle. . Now I was successfully accepted in a prestigious UKI feel good and ready to study and live in the UK. Learning English is a good way to equip yourself for the future world. “ says Ilias El Ouazzani, a Myclass student from France.
The selection of class date, time and topic a can be made online and can be changed up to 24 hours before the lesson begins. This highly flexible and convenient way of study caters to the English learning needs of busy urbanites. What’s more, there is a range of course packages for students to choose from according to their budget and language needs. The more lessons they buy, the less average cost per lesson they pay!
MyClass lessons are delivered 100% face-to-face by the British Council’s experienced and professional teachers. They all have native speaker proficiency, a university degree, an internationally recognised qualification in teaching English and extensive teaching experience all around the world.
Through face-to-face teaching, teachers can monitor the student’s learning progress regularly and give him/her one-to-one feedback and learning advice. Upon every set of lessons ( 10, 30 and 50 lessons ), students can arrange one-to-one counselling with the teacher to further understand his/her strengths and develop a personalised study plan to improve their English.
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About the British Council
The British Council is the UK’s international organisation for cultural relations and educational opportunities. We build connections, understanding and trust between people in the UK and other countries through arts and culture, education and the English language. In 2019-2020 we reached over 75 million people directly and 758 million people overall including online, broadcasts and publications. Founded in 1934 we are a UK charity governed by Royal Charter and a UK public body. We receive a 14.5 per cent core funding grant from the UK government.
Name: Lamia El Idrissi
Job Title: Senior Communications Manager, MENA