Pre-intermediate level: 3 modules, 50 hours each, 11,500 PKR each. Intermediate level: 3 modules, 50 hours each, 11,500 PKR each. Upper-intermediate level: 3 modules, 50 hours each, 11,500 PKR each.


Online | 50 hours | Six weeks | 11,500 PKR per module

What is myEnglish?

myEnglish combines live online classes with activity-based learning. It helps improve your English communication skills and confidence for everyday situations.

Whatever your English level, a myEnglish course includes three modules. Each module focuses on different topics and skills relevant to your level.

For more information, please call 0330-6936400, Mon-Fri 10.00 am to 6.00 pm

Why choose myEnglish? 

  • Expert teachers: Improve your English in the 12 hours of live online classes. Each class is delivered by experienced British Council teachers who will give you individual feedback and guidance. 
  • Online activities: You will also get 38 hours of guided online study activities.
  • Achieve certificates: You will get a British Council certificate if you successfully complete the course.
  • Learn new skills: Enhance your speaking, listening, reading and writing skills through a variety of general interest topics.
  • Gain confidence: Gain more confidence as you improve grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation.
  • Improve your English level: myEnglish courses are available at different levels. We encourage you to complete all the modules at your level to complete that level and move to the next.
  • Flexible payment options: You will be able to pay using a variety of online and offline methods as per your convenience.   

What are the learning outcomes? 

Confidence: Develop your soft skills and become more confident using English. Learn to communicate and present to others in a variety of everyday situations. 

Fluency: Get more comfortable communicating in English in various scenarios from social to more formal settings.

Accuracy: Our course is designed to help you practice and fine-tune your written and spoken communication skills. It has a specific focus on using grammar and vocabulary accurately. 

How do I sign up for a course?

  1. Click on Get Started  and take your online level check.
  2. Once you receive your level, you can choose a course and a start date and time from the options available.
  3. Add the course to your shopping basket and fill out the billing details. You will then proceed to checkout with a payment method of your choice.

What is an Online Level Check?

The Online Level Check is quick check of your English language level against the CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference). It comprises 30 multiple choice questions, which you have up to 30 minutes to answer. Each question comprises two parts: part A is the actual question and part B tells us how sure you are about the answer. You must complete both parts to move onto the next question. Once you complete the test, you will be able to see your English level and the course options available to you based on your level. 

What is the difference between a course and a module?

myEnglish is available as three courses of 50 hours each over 6 weeks. Each course is called a module. The differences between the modules are topics that are covered in each module. Once you get to the course selection page after taking the Online Level Check, you will be able to see a description of each module and select the module you prefer. You can take one or multiple modules in any order. If you complete all three modules, your English proficiency will move up one level on the CEFR scale. For example, if you are at Pre-Intermediate level, and you complete all three modules, you will become Intermediate upon completing the modules.  

Before signing up for your course, please remember:

  • myEnglish is for those who are 18 years of age or above
  • to make sure you take the online level check yourself so that we can match you to the correct level 
  • to complete the enrolment using the learner’s name and email ID
  • an enrolment is valid for one student at a time. To enrol multiple learners, complete an individual booking for each person. 

Course structure

Course structure

You study through a combination of Live Online Classes and Online Activities. The course runs over 6 weeks.

Find more details on our course content and materials here.

Live Online Classes

  • Interact with your teacher and classmates via videoconference (two hours/week over six weeks).
  • Develop speaking skills and gain confidence in English.
  • Learn, communicate, and practice in fun, interactive sessions.
  • Improve grammar, vocabulary, and pronunciation.

Online Activities

  • Access over 40 hours of top-quality British Council learning material.
  • Practice listening and reading skills.
  • Practice writing and get individual feedback from the teacher.
  • Learn grammar, expand vocabulary, and improve pronunciation.
  • Study in your own time and at your own pace.
  • Get instant feedback on your progress.
  • Access your course anytime, from anywhere.


Each level has three modules which focus on different topics such as travel, shopping, health, food and many more.

Each module runs over 6 weeks. You can register for any of the three courses/modules based on your personal preference.

To learn most effectively, study all the courses in a level to complete that level. You can then move onto the next level.

Find more details on our course content and materials here.

Live class experience

What is the live class experience?

The live class takes place with your teacher and classmates over Zoom. You experience the British Council classroom from the comfort of your home, logging in from your computer. Everyone in the class must turn on cameras and use their mics to interact with each other. The teacher ensures that the class is very interactive and uses breakout rooms for pair and group work. You get to practice and interact with each other, build your confidence and fluency and get feedback. You can ask the teacher questions and get personalised feedback.

Maximum class size:

Please note that the maximum size for our online classes is 20 students.

Levels available


This course is taught at three levels which are based on the Common European Framework of Reference for languages (CEFR):

  • Pre-intermediate (A2) - At this level you will be able to manage everyday situations such as shopping and travel and make general conversation.
  • Intermediate (B1) - At this level you will be able to handle discussions on a variety of topics of general interest such as money, health, and food.
  • Upper-intermediate (B2) - At this level you will be able to communicate confidently and extensively in a wide range of situations.

We will recommend a course level for you based on your current English proficiency.

Payment options

Online payments

You can pay online using a credit or debit card.

Please note that international transactions will have to be enabled for your card for your payment to be processed. There are no additional charges for these international payments from our end. 

Get started by completing your level check, and then proceed to select your course and complete your payment online.

Offline payments

We also offer offline payment methods such as Cash deposit, ATM deposit, IBFT and Digital wallets.

To use any of these methods, start by completing your level check, and then proceed to select your course. To complete your payment please fill out this form. 

We will provide additional guidance on the payment process once your response is recorded in the form.

Inclusive Education

Inclusive Education

“Inclusion is at the heart of everything we do. By involving everyone in the conversation we learn from each other and bring together all of our experience, knowledge and expertise to do the best work that we can.” (British Council Values, 2021)

As one of our values states, our work is based on building meaningful, enduring and respectful relationships across different cultures.

The British Council teaches English to adults and young learners globally and this encompasses a wide range of learners with diverse needs. At the British Council, we celebrate this diversity and believe all learners are entitled to a high-quality English language learning experience regardless of their age, gender, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, nationality, cultural background, physical ability or educational needs.

At the British Council, all learners are valued equally, treated with respect and provided with equal opportunities. By working together in inclusive classes, all students learn with, and from, each other while developing empathy and an understanding of differences.

What will we do?

Our Inclusion Policy promotes equality of opportunity and diversity both as an employer and as a provider of cultural and educational programmes to children, teenagers and adults. We are committed to making classrooms inclusive and will make reasonable adjustments to support students with disabilities and/or special educational needs. 

Please contact and let us know if you have any additional support needs so we can make arrangements and work with you to better ensure your full inclusion. Once notified, we will arrange a telephone or video conference before the course starts. We may also offer trial access to our online activities to the session to assess any barriers to study with us. This information will be used to formulate an individual plan for the student, enabling us to optimise our teaching methods to better suit you. 

What will we not do?

We are strongly committed to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion. We act against discrimination and focus on the fair treatment of all our students. We will not:

• refuse to offer a learner with a special educational need or disability a place because of their impairment or offer them a place on less favourable terms than a learner who is not disabled 

• treat a learner less favourably in any aspect of the Teaching Centre’s activities 

Sometimes, it is not possible to offer a place for the student because they do not meet our entry requirements (e.g. literacy skills do not correspond with what is needed for students undertaking that level of study). In some cases, we may not accept a student in our course because we are not able to provide consistent and sustainable support. The decision to not allow a student to register (or continue) is not made lightly and is based upon a consideration of all factors related to the individual case. The outcome is at the discretion of the centre’s Academic Manager.

About our teachers

Teachers are one of the most important factors in guaranteeing success for our students. That is why we are committed to providing you with the best qualified and most experienced teachers.

 Our teachers have internationally recognised qualifications for teaching English to adults and are also highly trained and experienced in teaching online.

Meet our teachers and find out more about our approach to teaching. 

Any questions?

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