The British Institutes is one of India's leading educators, with focus on diverse segments of education, and across learners of multiple age-groups. Originated from the School of Career, London in association with The British Institute of Commerce, The British Institute of Engineering Technology (BIET), London, was established in India in 1935, with a passion for excellence in education, British Institute has shaped careers of millions of students in its 83 years of existence.Read more about us
The British Institutes is now at Garia (New Centre) ,West Bengal.
The British Institutes is now at Ruby (Kasba) ,Kolkata, West Bengal.
Check your English level yourself and join our course which suits you the best. Click on the COUNSELLING TOOLS at the bottom of our home page
The British Institutes spreads its new wings at Jaipur, Rajasthan.
The British Institutes spreads its new wings at Camac St, Kolkata, West Bengal.
The British Institutes is entirely committed towards the education of students. We firmly believe that by providing students access to better education, we are contributing in making the leaders of tomorrow. Education is all about training and preparing for the future to face the challenges in life. We are an 83 years old established organization serving across nation.
Years of experience
" My feedback for this institute is great....teachers are good.... discipline well maintained... office management understands the students problems and solve it asap... I’ll refer all my friends and relatives to join this institute who are willing to join the institute....”- Md. Istiyaque Khan (Enroll No: 75)
“ I am too glad to learn spoken English in The British Institute. This Institute is good for all levels of students.” “I would refer BIET to other friends, relatives and colleagues”- Rajni Gupta (Enroll No: 6116)
“ I have improved a lot .Teachers taught us very well and cooperated with each student clearing every doubt we had...” “I would refer BIET to other friends, relatives and colleagues”- Sayani Kanrar (Enroll No: 5953)