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

Trusted teaching, inspired learning

myClass takes you closer to your goals, using our communicative methodology to teach you the English skills you need for everyday life. Classes are led by highly qualified teachers who provide expert direction, motivating you to use the English language better.

myClass gives you the confidence to use English in the situations that matter to you.

Build skills for life, take a step towards your goals

Whatever your ambition, target your personal learning needs with a wide choice of lessons that you can study in any order, at a time that is convenient to you.

In each lesson you will master a real-life situation in English. Just choose the topics most relevant to you - for the workplace, for study or for social interactions – and practise the language skills you need to consolidate your learning.

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.

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).


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Examples of what you will learn at Elementary are:

  • talking about yourself and your life
  • introducing yourself to colleagues and visitors
  • making and confirming arrangements
  • describing the world around you
  • asking for and giving directions
  • expressing an opinion in conversation
  • discussing travel and planning holidays
  • choosing a place to eat
  • confirming plans over the phone
  • asking for help and confirming details.


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

  • preparing and delivering an effective presentation
  • discussing career options
  • planning and discussing study options
  • writing emails and letters
  • communicating with confidence in public
  • talking about your country and your culture
  • crafting the perfect story and engaging others
  • talking about your dreams and ambitions
  • buying and selling with confidence
  • navigating online culture
  • handling requests, agreements and solutions.


Examples of what you will learn at Intermediate are:

  • conducting a job interview and an appraisal
  • discussing educational needs
  • discussing and reviewing books and films
  • discussing and gathering opinions on life
  • talking about ambitions and achievements
  • engaging in seminars and tutorials
  • organising your writing effectively
  • carrying out an effective negotiation
  • understanding the art of networking
  • communicating clearly over the phone
  • presenting an action plan or project review
  • making complaints and responding to them.


Examples of what you will learn at Upper Intermediate are:

  • expressing opinions and listening to different perspectives
  • planning and presenting ideas for change
  • discussing and debating science and technology
  • writing a formal job application
  • effectively solving problems at work
  • discussing change and impacts
  • offering advice the right way
  • expressing a cultural opinion
  • understanding the media
  • planning and writing a report
  • handling effective career development conversations
  • effectively managing, planning and delegating at work.


Examples of what you will learn at Advanced are:

  • making predictions and analysing trends
  • taking an active role in meetings and negotiations
  • developing a persuasive case and presenting to others
  • describing and interpreting data
  • discussing employment practices
  • discussing and debating ethical issues and social responsibility
  • making a speech
  • writing copy for blogs, emails and web pages.