Taught course

Digital Technologies for Language Teaching

University of Nottingham · School of Modern Languages and Cultures

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Entry requirements

A first degree with at least an upper second class honours, or an equivalent qualification.

Additionally, candidates would normally have QTS status or a minimum of one year of approved teaching experience (or equivalent).

Months of entry


Course content

Educational technology is an ever-growing academic field which recognises the centrality of technology in education and in modern life in general. Digital technologies have revolutionised the ways in which we teach and learn languages by opening a wealth of opportunities to interact with people and resources in the target language.

MA Digital Technologies for Language Teaching is an innovative programme for language teachers with at least one year teaching experience (or equivalent). It provides a solid grounding in the pedagogical and practical aspects of new learning technologies with a specific focus on language learning and teaching.

The programme specialises in catering for language professionals from diverse educational sectors, geographical locations and language backgrounds. In particular, it focuses on both teachers of English as a foreign language as well as teachers of languages other than English.

The programme is delivered fully online and is offered over two years part-time. This will allow you to continue with your life commitments while pursuing your academic and professional interests. Although the MA is a distance learning programme, it is designed to offer you regular support and to encourage the creation of a learning community of students and tutors sharing common interests, knowledge and experiences. You can rest assured that digital technologies will play a central role in doing so!

Qualification, course duration and attendance options

  • MA
    part time
    24 months
    • Online learningis available for this qualification

Course contact details

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