In company business English

We offer highly tailored English language training for all levels, delivered in your offices or in our dedicated Business and Specialist Centre:

  • Outstanding Business English teachers, many with professional backgrounds
  • Syllabi designed around specific needs and relevant scenarios
  • Tailored online support and course reporting
  • Flexible lesson schedules, with only 1 working day postponement notice
  • Over 50 years’ experience teaching Business English to companies around the world
  • Unparalleled client list from all sectors, including finance, energy, law, retail, hospitality and engineering

Talk to us about your training needs

For more information or a quote contact the in-company team directly, or fill out our online enquiry form:

All training programmes include detailed pre-course Needs Analysis and Level Testing, so you can hit the ground running in the first lesson.

Course content can focus on a range of scenarios, from performing everyday business tasks to making pitches and presentations, to negotiating deals and contracts.

You can also take dedicated, high impact Business English Writing and Business English Communication courses.

Find out more about General and business language training

Industry and sector specific training

Our trainers deliver highly targeted, sector-specific courses, integrating the technical terminology of Aviation, Medical or Engineering English, for example, with developing more general English skills.

Find out more about Industry specific language training

We design and deliver highly tailored workshops on living and working in the UK and US, aimed at overcoming the many cultural obstacles encountered when dealing with clients, suppliers and counterparts with different values, expectations and ways of doing business.

Find out more about cross cultural training

Your business English trainer

All International House London trainers are qualified, native-speaker trainers with experience giving courses to companies. They are employed, not freelance, and have the on-going support of a world-class academic department and resource centre.

English – Paul

Paul worked for a well-known financial consultancy company before training as a business English teacher. He has brought a wealth of knowledge to his new job, and excels when working with clients with a background in banking or tax.  In addition to his teaching qualifications, Paul has an MA in economics.

English - Anne

Anne read Law at Oxford, before pursuing a career in teaching. In addition to her 13 years at IH London – where she is a teacher trainer as well as an Executive and Legal English specialist – she has worked at the Open University and at University College London.

Our clients

Abercrombie and Fitch, Accenture, AECOM, Affiliate Window, the Association of Financial markets in Europe, Alaco, Assa Abloy, AVL Powertrain, Bain & Company, Baker & McKenzie, Bank of London & the Middle East, Barnett Waddingham LLP, Berenberg Bank, Bighams, Brookfield, Café Rouge, Christie’s, Citibank, Clifford Chance, Corinthia Hotel, De Beers, Delphi Engineering, Diamond Bank, Dishoom, EIP, ETF Securities, Expedia, the Fairtrade Foundation, Fladgate LLP, Flamingo International, Fedex, FiscalReps, Fitflop, the FCO, Formation Architects, GE Healthcare Finnamore, H10 Hotels, Halliburton, Henderson Global Investors, Idemitsu Petroleum, Infrata, Inner Square, Intechnica, Inter Hannover, ION Geophysical, K2 Relocation, Kering Group, KKR, Lacoste, Laureus, Leo Burnett, Michael Kors, Mondelez, Muller, OCIMF, Optimus Sourcing, Polar Capital, Ponte Gadea Group, Puig, Qualcomm, the Quebec Government Office in the UK, Research Now, Rondanini, RPC Law, Said Foundation, Sarasin & Partners, Savills, Seadrill, Sodexo, Soditic Group, Speak the Speech, Stoke Mandeville Hospital (National Spinal Injuries Unit), Stroz Friedberg, Swarovski, TCI Hedge Fund, Transport for London, Unicoms, Uniqlo, Valueclick, VE Interactive, Vice UK, Visa Europe, WATG Architects, Wipro. 

I found the teacher extremely good – he was patient and had a good method of teaching. Lessons were fun, I enjoyed the games we played to consolidate on what we had learnt.


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