LearnEnglish Select- English language on-line courses

On-line English language courses for students, lecturers and administrative staffs of Creative Spark programme stakeholders’ Institutions.

For details, go with the link

The English Channel

The English Channel is a free online platform which helps you learn English and build career skills through interactive videos.

Delivering an English learning programme with a range of digital learning content including learning platforms, online courses and Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) focused on English for entrepreneurship.


For details, go with the link

Train the Trainers “Entrepreneurship skills and pedagogies”

Aim: to transfer British Council experience on the field of Entrepreneurship and its Pedagogies.


Trainers: Sara Jones (City University)

Neil Marshall (ChangeSchool)

Cascade trainings for students “Creative Entrepreneurship”

Aim: To bring an enterprise mindset to universities
Delivering enterprise skills training packages to students and creative entrepreneurs, ranging from pitching ideas and starting a business, to protecting intellectual property and securing credit lines.

«Big Idea Challenge video pitch» Competition

The Big Idea Challenge video pitch competition encourages young people from programme countries to develop an innovative ‘startup’ and tell the world about it.
The three competition categories give all types of ideas an equal chance – whether it’s about a great business venture, an amazing creative project or simply trying to make the world a better place.

The categories are:

Digital technology

Social impact 


For details, go with the link

The final round of the competition

ANEL NPUA dozens

English Club

Armenian National Engineering Laboratories of National Polytechnic University of Armenia is hosting a Creative Spark – English Club in 2019-2020 academic year.

As part of the Creative Spark project, «English club» is running a face-to-face English language learning programme for students. The programme is based on the concept of an English Club which is setting up in the University premises and promoting English language through interactive activities.

The programme would last 20 weeks with 90-min sessions delivered twice a week (Oct 2019 – Mar 2020) for up to 20 students.