eEngineering | Online English for Engineers teaches the communication skills and specialized English language knowledge that engineering professionals need that enable them to communicate more confidently and effectively with colleagues and customers.


We are offering some kinds of engineering English that meet the demands of number of industries such as: 
  • English for food and beverage manufacturing engineers
  • English for construction engineers
  • English for electric power engineers 
  • English for computer and electronic engineers
  • English for oil and gas engineers
  • English for medical engineers


  • Develop language skills for greater accuracy and precision
  • Learn how to persuade audiences
  • Deliver presentations and receive constructive feedback
  • Participate in discussions and debates
  • Produce clear technical documents
  • Expand your vocabulary by reading thematically relevant text
  • Practice writing, using relevant professional formats
  • Enhance your confidence in using English in various engineering contexts

The harmonious combination between eClasses (self-pace learning) and eConversations (live instructor training) effectively helps students improve their English skills and perfectly replaces traditional classroom training. 

Our product concept is built solid and for the firm development of learners in all skills:

Learners are required to have a Intermediate / above average level of General English. Please have look at our course structure with recommended learning model designed by our experts below:
Learning model Teachers Duration
eBlended Qualified native teachers

16 weeks

(24 hours of eConversations

+ 50 hours of eClasses)

Below is the procedures to enroll and take your course:



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