THINK SUCCESS. MAKE IT HAPPEN.
The British Council’s English Language Centre offers courses to suit your English learning needs. Clear learning objectives and regular feedback from our certified teachers to support your learning are the most important features of all our courses.
A whole range of exciting value additions for students is available; English club, movie nights, story-telling session for kids, a dedicated English zone at the library and discounted annual library membership for students to name a few. We also organise various activities during the term, which involve language practice in an engaging and competitive manner.
Registrations are open for the new term starting on 18 July 2016. Classes are organised according to the current language ability of students, which is determined by a level test. Early applicants will receive priority on availability of courses and class timings.
Courses offered to 16 years and above:
- General English
- Spoken English
- Business English
- IELTS exam preparation
- Teacher training
The English Language Centre now has courses for 7 year olds!
Over the years, there has been an increasing demand for courses that cater to a younger age group of kids. Focussed on quality and the increase in demand, British Council launches the Young Achievers’ course for 7 year olds.
Courses offered to Young Learners (7-15 years):
- Young Achievers Courses (7-15 years)
- Speak Out Write Right (11-15 years)
Call 0120 456 9000 / 0120 668 4353 or Email Winya.Suzanna@in.britishcouncil.org or SMS English to 567678
Notes to the Editor: The British Council through its advanced teaching Centre in Chennai has taught English language courses to over 26,000 learners since 2009. Students attribute the success of the program to the interactive ‘learning through doing’ approach employed in class thereby unlocking their school book learning to discover new confidence in their ability to communicate in English. The teaching centre is part of the British Council’s strategy to improve access to high quality English language education thus helping India enrich its competitiveness in the global economy. The British Council employs over 1,800 teachers who teach over a million class hours of English to 350,000 students each year at our 70 teaching centres worldwide.
The British Council is the UK’s international organisation for educational opportunities and cultural relations. We work in 110 countries worldwide to build engagement and trust for the UK through the exchange of knowledge and ideas between people. We work in the arts, education, science, sport and governance and last year we reached over 128 million people.
For more information, please visit www.britishcouncil.in
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Rajeswari Pradeep Kumar, Senior Manager, Marketing and Communications (South India) at Rajeswari.PradeepKumar@in.britishcouncil.org