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TESOL MA


Course Description

Through two distinct pathways, the TESOL MA is designed to cater both for experienced teachers and those who have little or no teaching experience.

It offers a flexible but structured framework to support your personal and professional development, as you engage with academic and professional debates in the areas of second language teaching, second language acquisition, applied linguistics and learning technology.

As part of the Language Teacher Development Programme, the TESOL MA has a strong international flavour. Students come from a range of countries and teaching backgrounds, which adds a rich cross-cultural perspective to both your studies and your social life.

Furthermore, the course stresses the importance of international context, featuring activities and topics that help you to develop cultural awareness when evaluating teaching methods and learning materials.

Visit the TESOL MA page on the University of Brighton website for more details!

Entry Requirements

Degree and/or experience:Applicants should normally have an undergraduate honours degree (usually at 2:1 level or above) or equivalent in a relevant subject area, for example English language, literature, education, foreign languages and media. Applicants without an undergraduate degree will be considered on the basis of appropriate experience in relevant areas.For non-native speakers of English:IELTS test score of 6.5 with no individual components under 6, or equivalent, e.g. confirmed evidence of prior undergraduate / postgraduate study in the medium of English.

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