On-Line Classes Mon-Fri: 7.00 - 21.00 GMT


Frequently asked questions

  • How much does it cost?

    Prices The cost depends on the number of students in your group.

    Individual one-to-one lessons cost more than learning in a group.

    1 Student = £25 
    2 Students = £12
    3 Students = £9
    4 Students = £8
    5 Students = £6
    6 Students = £5
    7+ Students = £4

    • Prices are per person per hour (60 mins)
    • Class fees are payable 1 month in advance and are non-refundable.

  • Which class is right for me?

    Before you begin classes, we will give you a free assessment to find your level. 

    After that, we can place you in the best group for you according to your level and needs.
  • When can I have lessons?

    Lessons take place between 7am and 10pm GMT. 

    Individual lessons can be flexible and arranged according to requirements.
    Group lessons are generally fixed on specific days and times.
  • I have never used Zoom before. Can you help?

    We will make sure that you are able to use the technology to take classes before we begin.

    The Assessment will also find out about your technology level and we can help you get set up, if needed.
  • How and when do I pay for classes?

    Payment for Group classes is made 1 month in advance and is non-refundable.

    Payment for Individual lessons is made according to student requirements.
    Lessons may be rearranged with no less than 24 hours notice. 
  • What if I change my mind?

    The first lesson in a group is free, so you can decide if the group is right for you before committing to the next month.
    Please note: individual lessons are not free but the first lesson is charged at 50% of the full price.
  • Can I have classroom lessons?

    ESOLnet is an on-line Language learning service. 

    However, classroom lessons are possible if we have tutors who live near areas of demand.

    Currently, our tutors cover Central Scotland only.
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ESOLnet on-line English classes

On-Line ESOL via Zoom or MS Teams