General English evening classes are ideal if you work during the day, or for students looking to take extra English classes in the evening.
Our evening courses cover core English language skills with an emphasis on improving your fluency and building confidence when speaking English.
Flexible English Classes
Before English classes begin you’ll be asked to take a short test. This will allow your teacher to assess your language ability and ensure that you are placed in a class that provides the correct English language level for you.
The content of our English evening classes is structured around the specific needs of students: exercises focus on developing the English language skills needed in work based and social situations.
Innovative language teaching
Our highly experienced English teaching staff use a mix of course books and authentic materials including newspaper articles, magazine stories, YouTube videos and movies to help students develop practical English language skills.
Evening English courses at International House London, as well as being effective, are designed to be stimulating and social.
Welcome drinks for evening language students occur on a regular basis, providing you with the opportunity to meet and mingle with other language students studying in our central London language school.
General English evening class details
- English level required: Minimum B1
- Course length: 4, 8 or 12 weeks
- Maximum class size: 14
- Minimum age: 16
- Lessons per week: 4 (3 hours, 40 minutes)
- Time: 18:30-20:30 (Mon & Wed)
- Start dates*: every Monday (except bank holidays)
- Cost**: £215.00 (4 weeks); £417.00 (8 weeks); £600.00 (12 weeks)
- Location: London
*Please note there will be no classes on days where the course includes a bank holiday.
**Plus the registration fee. The registration fee is GBP95 and includes the costs of all study materials.
General English evening course includes:
- Language level test and provision of study materials
- Regular personal assessment with your English teacher
- Advice for self-study