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  • English is gaining

    ground in more than 75 countries, having English as their
    second language, with India being one of them.

  • With the world coming closer

    Many of the world's top films,
    books and music are published and produced
    in English. And the same goes with
    most of the content
    available on the internet.

Why English?

From a professional trying to make a mark, to a housewife looking to make an impression , from a store assistant trying to assist the customer, to a young student talking to his peers, English is increasingly being seen as a passport to getting places.

English is not only a status symbol but an essential need too .It is invariably used at all social gatherings and those who are not well versed with it are bound to feel tongue tied.

Learning English will give you an access to an incredible amount of information, a great wealth of entertainment and will develop greater cultural understanding.

Knowing English will make you more employable. The ability to communicate well in English opens the path to faster progress in your chosen field.

This language also helps people to communicate better with the outside world and the advent of globalization has changed the trend towards English more than ever.

The courses offered at Oxford are intended for House wives ,college students, school leavers as well as for those who are employed and who are keen to improve their knowledge of English vocabulary and grammar in general and communicative skills in particular, so that they can communicate in English with confidence. Grammar will be taught at all levels in order to improve the above skills.

International Importance of English


With the world coming closer and becoming a close-knit family, with boundaries shrinking, English is undisputedly the global language. English is a lingua franca and holds an official status in more than 75 countries. It is spoken as a first language by more than 375 million people and the estimated number of people in the world who use English to communicate is 2 billion!
Most of the countries have English as their second language, with India being one of them. Today, English is the need and has emerged as a language for survival in this competitive world. So, irrespective of which career one pursues, an excellence in spoken English is a virtual must. Not just professionally, but also in social circles one cannot do without it.
It is estimated that the number of people in the world that use in English to communicate on a regular basis is 2 billion! . One of the reasons why it's the universal language is because it's the 'business language'. For example if a company or a client is dealing with a foreign company with a different mother tongue, they will use the English, the universal language to communicate to each other .Studies have shown, that the presence of English language skills are related to social and economic indicators, such as income and other factors.
Furthermore it is the most dominant language of diplomacy, business and science, economy, computer and internet. It should also be noted that more than 90% of websites are written and created in English with 80% of the data stored in the computers around the world is in English. If you do not speak English this is a lot of information that won't have access to. An impressive 36% of the internet users communicate in English.
Today a good knowledge in English belongs to the most important requirements in many professions. A person that speaks English well also has a better chance of finding a good job abroad. Many multi-national companies when dealing with cross-border business communication
Many of the world's top films, books and music are published and produced in English. And the same goes with most of the content available on the internet.
In the educational field, almost 60% of the advanced research and curriculum development is done in English. In most of the countries children are encouraged to learn English at the school levels and when they go for higher education, almost all subjects are in English.
The beginning of the 21st century is a time of global transition. According to some experts, faster economic globalization is going hand in hand with the growing use of English. More and more people are being encouraged
to use English rather than their own language. On the other hand, the period of most rapid change can be expected to be an uncomfortable and at times traumatic experience for many people around the world. Hence, the opposite view, that the next 20 years or so will be a critical time for the English language and for those who depend upon it. The patterns of usage and public attitudes to English which develop during this period will have long-term effects for its future in the world.

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