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Master of Education (MEd) Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) (part-time) - Summer Intensive Course
St Luke's Campus, Exeter
The following video provides an overview of the programme and includes interviews with staff and students.
The University of Exeter is the only UK university to offer a face-to-face Summer Intensive MEd TESOL.*
The programme is aimed at teachers of all education levels hoping to further develop their TESOL training. A Masters in TESOL has international recognition and is seen as an important professional qualification worldwide to enable TESOL teachers to enhance their career prospects. In particular, it is often seen as an important entry qualification for educators who want to work at University level.
The programme provides you with a theoretical overview of key aspects of TESOL; an introduction to educational research; and an understanding of how to conduct research in the field of TESOL. It also allows you to specialise in optional modules of your choice and to enhance your opportunities for career progression.
The next Summer Intensive MEd TESOL programme will run in 2017.
Please Note: The MEd TESOL in NOT a distance learning or online programme. All module teaching is done on camnpus by lectures who are University of Exeter members of staff.
This is a three year programme. At the beginning of the first and second year you are required to attend a one month intensive course during July in Exeter.
For 2016/17 the course dates are 3rd - 28th July 2017
On-going academic support is available throughout the three-year programme
*Please note: If you are applying from overseas, you will only require a Student Visitor Visa. For more information, please visit our Visa support section of the website.