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  Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) MA Online


Online University of Westminster    English and Creative Writing

Full time September MA 1 Year Full Time
Education (11) Languages, Literature & Culture (21)

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Embark on your journey to becoming a highly skilled English language teaching professional with the Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) MA Online programme. This innovative course offers a flexible online learning experience, allowing you to study from anywhere in the world at your own pace. Benefit from engaging course materials, live online tutorials, and practical teaching practice sessions to enhance your skills in TESOL. The curriculum covers essential modules such as Language Teaching Methods, Materials Development, and Testing and Assessment, culminating in a TESOL Dissertation. Upon completion, you will possess the expertise to critically evaluate TESOL concepts, conduct teaching practice, and adapt best practices for diverse educational settings. With a minimum 2:2 degree, showcase your knowledge by discussing English language teaching approaches and educational contexts in a comprehensive assignment. Join us to unlock a world of opportunities in the field of English language teaching.

About the course

Building on the success of our Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) MA, we have launched the MA in TESOL Online, a new course that has been specifically designed to be studied fully online, allowing you to complete your Master’s from anywhere in the world.

You’ll benefit from access to the online course platform, where your course materials, including videos and readings, will be available on demand, allowing you to learn in your own time and fit your studies around your schedule. Your learning will be complemented by one-hour weekly, live online tutorials with a member of the course team, giving you the opportunity to discuss the course material in small groups and ask any questions you may have. 

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Entry Requirements

A minimum of a lower second class honours degree (2:2). Once you have applied, you’ll be asked to work on the following assignment: "Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages must take account of the learners' educational context." In no more than 1,500 words, you’ll discuss the statement above with reference to (A) current approaches to English language teaching; (B) an educational context that you are familiar with; and (C) some reference to published academic work on this topic.




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