Wall Street English MultiMethod® is designed by linguists with the sole objective of helping you achieve your desired English fluency. In the past 46 years, Wall Street English has successfully employed MultiMethod® in 450 centres all over the world to help 3 million students improve their English listening, speaking, reading and writing skills, boosting their confidence in mastering English.


Wall Street English Course
Traditional English Courses
Distance-learning Programme
Online English courses
Other tutorial courses
Structured, systematic and interactive. Scenario-based learning videos to practise English.
Wide range of classes tailor-made for students of different levels.
Structured but rigid
Loosely structured
Wide range of classes tailor-made for students of different levels
Personalized schedule Our centers are open on evenings and weekends to accommodate busy schedules.
Fixed school location and schedules, no follow-up on absence.
Fixed class schedule arranged by the course provider
Students learn at their own pace, no follow-up by tutors
Fixed school location and schedules, no follow-up on absence
Start at a level based on the result of self-assessment test.
Only students who are at the same level will join the same class.
Large class size. Students at different levels are grouped into the same class.
Based on fixed curriculum, will not meet individual learning goals of all students
Without a sytematic structure, studentshave an unclear learning objective
Study progress is followed by teachers.
Core classes are led by native English-speaking teacher, who are qualified and registered by Education Bureau.
Teachers are qualified and registered.
Teachers are qualified and registered.
Teachers’ qualification is not guaranteed. Peer students are of varied levels.
Courses may not be recognized by Education Bureau.
All-rounded evaluations of students’ performance are done frequently by teachers, supported by the proprietary SEER System.
Scale is used to measure students’ levels. No individual evaluation of study progress.
Evaluated by one teacher only and leaves room for subjectivity
Performance is only assessed by computer, no thorough evaluation is provided.
Clear scale to assess students’ levels. No individual evaluation of study progress.
Small class teaching: core classes comprise of 1-5 students who are all at the same learning level.
Unilateral teacher-to-student delivery. Students lack a sense of involvement.
The teacher-to-student ratio may not support speaking opportunities for every student during class
Counts on self-learning
Enough speaking opportunity thanks to small class size

Practice English in a fully immersive English-only environment, helping you develop a better understanding of pronunciation and conversation skills. Unlimited participation in Social Clubs helps you acquire everyday English.

“English Anytime” lets you practice English 24 hours online.

Limited opportunities to practice English outside regular classes
No activities to facilitate learning outside the classroom.
Students sit and listen rather than involving in class.
Students get to apply through interacting with teachers
The Global Scale of English (GSE) is a standardised, granular scale which measures English language proficiency. Unlike some other frameworks which describe attainment in broad bands, the Global Scale of English identifies what a learner can do at each point on the scale across speaking, listening, reading and writing skills.
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