Each person learns differently. Some people will pass a module very quickly. Other people will need more time. Oxford University Press has designed the course to be as user-friendly as possible. An initial test, consisting of 60 questions, will measure your existing level of English and automatically place you in the most appropriate level of the course to encourage you to succeed (neither too easy nor too hard). There are over 50 hours of learning available in each Module and you have six months to complete a Module. Oxford University Press believes that most people should be able to pass a Module within 3 months. However, there is no guarantee – as in all examinations, whether you pass will be based on your own abilities and commitment.
The course is a great way to learn English. It can prepare you for formal exams (such as IELTS, TOEFL) which are often required by universities and governments. However, specific requirements vary widely and we would advise you to check with the relevant university or government directly to find out what is required.
When you successfully complete a module, you can generate a certificate to prove your achievement.
To access MyOxfordEnglish, you can use either: Windows PC, Apple Mac, Android tablet or iPad. The device will need a microphone and internal or external speakers or headphones.
The course will run on tablets, laptops or desktop PCs. However, we do not recommend that you try to do the course on a mobile phone.
An initial test at the very start of the course (consisting of 60 questions) will measure your existing level of English and automatically place you in the most appropriate level (neither too easy nor too hard) of the course to enable you to succeed.
Your username and a temporary password will be sent to you by Oxford University Press. Your username will be your email address and you can reset your own password.
Generally, there are two Modules for each level of the CEFR. The only exception is level B1 where there is an additional level B1+.
The Course is available to students across the World.
There is instructional text in many languages at the beginner level, including Spanish, Portuguese, French, Mandarin and Korean. Once you reach a certain level of learning, the module is all in English as it’s expected that you will be comfortable with the language by this stage.
Over 200,000 people have taken the Course which has an 87% completion rate and a 92% customer satisfaction score.
Everyone learns differently. However, Oxford University Press developed the Course with the expectation that most people should pass a Module within 3 months.
The Course was developed by Oxford University Press – the World’s leading provider of English Language Teaching materials. The focus is quality – to create a Course that successfully helps people learn English – rather than price.
If you contact us we can organise a tutor for you at an additional expense. You can then arrange your own tuition schedule, which will be via Skype.
The Course is designed for individual study. However, you may wish to set up social media groups to share your experiences and if you have come through an institution, they may have organised group coaching or their own social platform.
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The Course is designed for individual study. It is not possible for more than one person to use your Module.
Yes. Please send us an email using the ‘Contact Us’ section of the website.
No. An initial test at the very start of the course (consisting of 60 questions) will measure your existing level of English.
The University of Oxford has its own very specific entry requirements. Please contact the University of Oxford or see the University of Oxford’s website.
The modules are priced in Euros, US dollars and GB pounds only.
Your personal data and data usage and security is a priority to us. Neither English Language Learning nor Oxford University Press will do anything with your personal data such as pass it on to any third parties. If you have given us permission to contact you, we will keep in touch about your My Oxford English course. Your personal and payment data is securely stored with our global payment and data partners. Nobody at ELL or OUP has access to your credit card or payment details. Ours and OUP’s websites and servers are highly secure with https and high levels of security and protection.
No. The course in designed in modules and levels. In most cases, 2 modules = 1 level of the CEFR. You should aim to improve your English one level at a time.
Also you start the course at the level that most relevant to you. So if you currently have an intermediate level of English, the test at the start of the course will assess whether you are a B1, B1+ or B2 student and place you in the module that will help you learn best.
In theory, you could be a beginner (A1) and take the course all the way through to an advanced level (C1). However, most students want to improve their English by only 1 or 2 levels of the CEFR.
The course covers all levels of the CEFR from A1 to C1.
There are modules available for levels A1, A2, B1, B1+,B2, C1.
The test at the start of the course helps to place you at the best level for you (not too easy and not too hard).
So whether you are a Beginner (A1, A2), Intermediate (B1, B1+, B2) or advanced (C1) student the course can help you achieve better English.
The courses are created and run by Oxford University Press, a department of the University of Oxford.
There are different models from self paced learning of the content through to virtual group and one to one classes. The learning can also be embedded into any SCORM compliant LMS.
At present you will have to work with local providers and certain professional associations. Very soon you will be able to purchase My Oxford English directly and enjoy all the benefits of the world’s best English language tuition.
The Common European Framework for the Recognition of Languages (CEFR) is a document that articulates levels of competence for learning the four key elements of any language. These core competencies are Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking. The extensive document has been adopted outside the EU and has become a global benchmark for language tuition and assessment.