One such language is English, sometimes referred to as the medium of instruction (or simply the medium of instruction). It’s possible that the language isn’t recognized as an official tongue in the area. Some or all of a student’s education may be conducted in a language other than the official language if that is the student’s native tongue. Many languages might be used in a multilingual or bilingual classroom. “Provision of education in a kid’s mother language is undoubtedly an important problem,” says UNESCO. There are situations when students in higher education or specialized programs have to learn the material in languages that are different from their native tongue. Common terms for this approach to education include “content-based” and “content and language integrated” (CLIL). The term “English medium instruction” (EMI) describes the practice of teaching academic subjects via the English language in nations where English is not the native language.