Postgraduate Pathway: TESOL
Through this pathway you’ll gain a firm grounding in the current theories and methodologies of foreign language teaching and learning, and second language acquisition, and have the chance to apply these to your own classroom practice and curriculum development.
You’ll learn the basics of conducting research, and improve the critical and analytical skills in demand from employers. Our modules will also allow you to investigate other issues of language, like migration or identity.
On the MA TESOL and Material Development pathway you’ll meet experts from educational institutions and publishing houses, such as Cambridge Assessment and Cambridge University Press, who’ll be happy to talk to you about teaching methods and materials.
Please note for entry to MA TESOL and Materials Development pathway you will need to evidence prior teaching experience, a minimum of 300 hours or 8 weeks is required.
Pathways at Anglia Ruskin University
Stage 1: Pre-Masters
CRIC at Anglia Ruskin University
- INTERACTIVE LEARNING SKILLS AND COMMUNICATION 5
Skills-based module designed to develop advanced academic skills required for successful post-graduate study.
- LAW AND GOVERNANCE
Study of English/EU Law; Contract Law; Corporate governance and corporate social responsibility.
- BUSINESS MANAGEMENT (DOUBLE MODULE)
Study of Business Strategy and The Economic Environment of Business.
- ICT SKILLS
Skills-based module designed to develop advanced IT skills required for successful post-graduate study.
Stage 2: Masters Degree
Cambridge Faculty of Arts, Law and Social Sciences
For more information about intake semesters and campus location please see our course matrix.
Successful completion of this pathway will lead to the award of the following from Anglia Ruskin University:
To find out the academic requirements of our programmes please see Academic Requirements which outlines the entry requirements by country. Unless stated requirements are standard across all programmes -
Employment and career options
- English teaching (in the UK and abroad)
- Course development
- Language policy