Friday 16 October 2020

In response to the rapidly increased demand for online English language teaching and assessment, the British Council has launched ‘English Online’ in Kazakhstan, a global digital platform for English language learners. 

‘English Online’ has been expertly designed to improve students’ English language skills, enabling them to customise their learning, choose their class schedule and join interactive live classes. The classes are led by British Council teachers and consist of up to ten students from all over the world.  

The platform offers 55-minute online and interactive courses and personalised study plans, designed around learners’ needs. English language learners can access ‘English Online’ from wherever they are and improve their language skills 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Upon completion of each theme pack, the student is awarded with a British Council certificate of completion.

Developed by the British Council English language experts and mapped to the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR), ‘English Online’ offers an integrated learning programme from levels A2 to C1.  Learners can take the free level test with ‘English Online’ to determine their current level.

For more information and free trial of the platform please following page.

Notes to Editor

For more information, please contact:

Daniyar Duimagambetov, тел:+7 701 765 05 10;


Aizhan Rymbayeva, тел: +7 702 217 48 90


About the British Council

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. Last year we reached over 80 million people directly and 791 million people overall including online, and through broadcasts and publications. Founded in 1934 we are a UK charity governed by Royal Charter and a UK public body. We receive a 15 per cent core funding grant from the UK government.