Mon-Fri 8-17, Sat-Sun 10-16
(UK time)

TOP-7 countries for learning English


Show all
TOP-7 countries for learning English


Many people choose to study abroad in order to learn a new language. For those who specialize in English, it is important to understand that English is not one static language with one "correct" form or one solid canon. History, politics, immigration patterns, cultures, ethnic groups and other languages present around the world have influenced the way English is spoken and written in different places. So studying abroad with a degree in English can give you a dynamic view of your chosen field.

Aside from the obvious options, there are some places where you should consider studying English abroad that might surprise you. Studying in the UK and the USA is considered canonical, but for work in other regions it is useful to study in a completely different English-speaking context. We've compiled a list of the 7 best countries to learn English.

TOP-7 Countries for learning English

  • England is a great choice for learning English: classic English literature, a visit to Canterbury, home to one of Britain's greatest Canterbury Tales by Jeffrey Chaucer, and visiting places associated with William Shakespeare in Stratford-upon-Avon and London . Students will see modern England - a multicultural, multi-ethnic place, where a variety of varieties of English are collected: from the pronunciation characteristic of the aristocracy to the slang of football fans.
  • Ireland - Although Gaelic is the native language of the Irish, English has been spoken there since the 12th century, with the Norman invasion. Irish English has had a huge impact on modern American English, especially on pronunciation. Literature lovers should visit Dublin , walk through the places of James Joyce, famous for "Ulysses" and "Dubliners". Ireland is an interesting place to spend a semester or a year, travel, see most of the country.
  • Australia offers exciting opportunities for learning English and literature. While studying in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, you can take language courses, learn about the indigenous peoples of Australia, immigrants from the UK, Ireland, the Middle East and Southern Europe (Italians and Greeks). Studying Australian literature and language is a great way to understand the culture and history of the country.
  • New Zealand is an example of British culture and indigenous peoples meeting through language. New Zealand English was influenced by the Maori, enriched with the words kia ora, whanau, kai and many others. New Zealand is a sparsely populated country: studying in Auckland, Wellington provides an opportunity to learn the language of a big city, the small town of Dunedin is an interesting place to study due to the large number of students. While studying in Australia and New Zealand, students often travel from country to country, because perhaps this is the only chance to explore this side of the world.
  • India - the country has dozens of official state languages and hundreds of smaller regional languages, but English is the language of the Delhi government and the language of instruction of large universities. In large cities, English-speaking literary and publishing companies are flourishing, dozens of local and world-famous writers work - Arundati Roy, Anita Desai, Aravind Adiga. Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata are the best cities in India to study English abroad as they have great universities, student culture, vibrant literary and art scenes.
  • The Caribbean speaks English, French , Spanish, Dutch, and others. The best places to study are Jamaica, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Puerto Rico. The close proximity and close ties with the United States make learning English in the Caribbean an exciting experience for international students. It is a multicultural place where people of African, South Asian origin live, which gives the language a distinct rhythm. And learning English in the Caribbean leaves time to visit the beautiful beaches!
  • Studying in Canada is becoming increasingly popular with international students, especially in the cosmopolitan cities of Toronto and Vancouver. Course prices are lower here than in the US or UK, and English in the English-speaking parts of the country is of great interest to those looking to live and work in North America. The country is known for its high academic standards.
Current material has been prepared by Egor Eremeev
Education: Kuban State University, Russia (World Economics); Westminster University (Business & Management).
Egor studied and lived in the UK for 8 years and graduated from the university of Westminster. He is currently the co-founder and the director of business development at Smapse Education and personally visits foreign schools and universities, interviews students studying in those institutions.
Read also...
You may be interested

Your comment/review/question:
Callback Free course selection Online consultant