Description

Designed for TESOL professionals, this programme explores how people learn new languages and how to teach the English Language most effectively (if you are not a TESOL professional yet you may undertake our MA TESOL Studies programme).

MEd TESOL follows the same syllabus as the MA TESOL programme, but asks you to apply a more practical, rather than theoretical, orientation to your final critical study. You will focus upon a professional issue within language education and apply ideas from your reading and a small-scale research study to find solutions to genuine English Language teaching problems.

Study Details:

MEd: 12 months full-time, 24 months part-time

Module Details:

Year 1
Compulsory modules

Learning and Teaching in TESOL 30 credits
Investigating Language for TESOL 30 credits
Dissertation in MA TESOL programmes and MA TESOL Studies 60 credits
Research Methods for TESOL (non-assessed module)

Optional modules

Directed Study in Education 1 30 credits
Technology Enhanced Language Learning 30 credits
The Practice of Supporting Language Teacher Learning 15 credits
Learning and Teaching Vocabulary 15 credits Grammar, Learning and Teaching 15 credits
Teaching Academic English 15 credits
Corpus Linguistics in the Classroom 15 credits
Teacher Education for TESOL 15 credits
Assessing Language Learning 15 credits
Materials Development for TESOL 15 credits
Teaching Languages to Young Learners 30 credits

Student Destinations

Our students frequently find that new career opportunities open up for them, either in their home countries or in new international settings.

Some of our graduates have started work in teacher training, materials creation, or curriculum design. Others have started their own private language teaching business or moved from school to university teaching.

We also encourage students who do particularly well on the programme to consider doctoral level study with a view to an academic career. Students who return to their original classrooms often find they have fresh perspectives and their work becomes more rewarding and effective.

Fees

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Entry Requirements

A bachelor degree with a 2:1 (hons) plus two years of relevant experience. We will consider applicants with alternative qualifications and experience on an individual basis.

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