Offline Vs Online English Classes | Top Universities

Offline Vs Online English Classes

By Aneta Dolinska

Updated August 19, 2016 Updated August 19, 2016

New technologies and online learning are attracting more people than ever before. Whether we’re busy professionals, or students facing multiple deadlines, online learning can appeal as a way to study from the comfort of our home environment. Taking languages lessons from a tutor using an online tool such as Skype can mean getting one-to-one lessons at a reduced cost. But are online English classes really a good replacement for classroom-based learning? Scroll down the infographic to review the pros and cons of offline and online English classes…

Offline Vs Online English Classes

Infographic created by Aneta Dolinska.

This article was originally published in August 2016 .

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Originally from the Czech Republic, Aneta holds a BA in Marketing, Design and Communication from Nottingham Trent University, and is studying an MSc in Project Management at Northumbria University Newcastle. She is passionate about travelling and exploring new places and cultures, as well as studying foreign languages. Aneta has three years' work experience as an educational counsellor, advising international students about their studies in the UK, US and Canada. 

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