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This Master’s programme is the only one in London with an exclusive focus on ‘teaching’ encompassing the areas of TESOL and TEFL – as opposed to Applied Linguistics and is aimed at practising teachers as a form of continuing professional development.

Please note that the course is not a teaching qualification but an academic award which not only enhances job opportunities but also enables graduates to pursue further studies at a doctoral level.

Upon completion, our graduates normally apart from following a PhD route, also become teacher trainers, consultants and advisors in the areas of English Language Teaching and Education, publishers, and school managers, among other high-stake posts.

The course has two entry points: January and September. 

Whether you are interested in the global spread of English and the impact and implications in education; the language system of English and how to teach speaking, listening, reading and writing, this fascinating course will provide the answers.

It is aimed at English language teachers and graduates with relevant teaching experience and will enhance your career opportunities, both nationally and internationally.

It will prepare you to teach English to speakers of other languages, for a more senior position in a school or for a career in shaping curriculum or education policy, in the UK or around the world.

In addition to specific topics such as pedagogic grammar, theories of second language learning and the global spread of English, we offer an overview of the theoretical, philosophical and ethical principles that underpin educational research.

You will also be introduced to different methods of language teaching and the design of ELT materials to address the needs of young and adult learners in a variety of contexts, including teaching English for Specific Purposes (ESP), English for Academic Purposes (EAP), Business English, and others.


Visit the MA English Language Teaching (Distance Learning) page on the University of East London website for more details!

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