As a busy professional, we know your time is precious. That's why we developed our Business English course to fit around your schedule. EF Englishtown is available for you 24/7, offering teaching, motivation, and support whenever you need it.
You'll learn where and when it's convenient for you: online at work or home, or even on your iPad® and Android™ tablet as you travel. You can study alone, or network in a live online class. We'll ensure you benefit from all of our resources to master the English skills you'll need to thrive in your workplace, or prepare for your next career move.
We've divided our Business English course into manageable lessons to prepare you for situations you are likely to face in your workplace. By the end of our Business English course, you'll have the language skills you need to succeed in your job.
Start by mastering the basics: from English telephone etiquette, to key conversational vocabulary. From there, you'll progress to more advanced tasks such as running a meeting in English, negotiating a deal, and giving a successful presentation. You'll also learn to perfect your professional email, letter and business writing skills.
As a student of EF Englishtown, you'll benefit from access to our award-winning online English school, where you'll be able to reinforce your professional language skills with the live support of our skilled teachers and hundreds of hours of innovative study tools. We're available 24/7 to support you on your language journey.
As a professional, we know that you and your employers value credible results. That's why you'll receive an EF Englishtown certificate when you complete all modules of our Business English course at levels I, II or III. Additionally, each time you complete one of our 16 levels of general English learning, you'll receive a diploma certified by Hult International Business School.
To further help employers understand your achievements, we've carefully aligned each of our 16 levels with the six CEFR levels used globally to grade language proficiency.
"Try not to be too anxious, learning a foreign language takes time! Keep a positive attitude about your learning. Try to focus on what you do know, rather than on what you don’t."
Laura R., EF Englishtown Teacher