The Professional Doctorate in Education (EdD) TESOL, which is a combination of both taught and research elements, provides an alternative route to the PhD for mid-career and senior professionals in English Language education and related disciplines.
We offer a wide range of taught modules in the areas of research methods (four compulsory), TESOL (two compulsory), issues in education and professional development.
On successful completion of the programme you will have made an original and independent contribution to educational knowledge in a TESOL-related area. You will, through your dissertation, demonstrate a critical evaluation of the relevant literature, a high level of competence in appropriate research methods, and the ability to communicate your results and their implications.
Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages Master's highlights
You can choose from a range of modules to meet your specific professional needs.
You will enhance your career prospects and depth of knowledge of English Language teaching.
Internationally Renowned Experts
We undertake a wide range of research in the areas of TESOL and Applied Linguistics including young learners, parent-teacher communication, spoken corpora and academic English, spoken language and pragmatics in relation to second language acquisition
We offer many opportunities for networking and sharing best practice with other education professionals and students in our Graduate School.
Flexibility The programme is designed to meet the needs of professionals and is delivered via blended learning. The programme content is delivered in two and a half day blocks (usually Thursday-Saturday).
Credit Transfer Applicants may be considered (at time of application) for credit transfer of master's programmes completed within the last 10 years (maximum of one module).