Upper second-class degree in English, linguistics, modern languages or a cognate discipline.
Months of entry
This programme provides students with the opportunity to explore and understand the ways in which English is used and taught on a global scale. It addresses key issues in global Englishes, including English as a lingua franca, the role of English in education globally, particularly in higher education, language policy and practice, intercultural communication and intercultural pragmatics.
Core modules: English as a World Language; Intercultural Communication; Research and Enquiry in Applied Linguistics; Research Skills (dissertation)
Optional modules: four from: Assessment of Language Proficiency; Autonomy and Individualisation in Language Learning; Current Issues in Language Teaching Methodologies; Critical Appraisal of Language Teaching Methodologies; Discourse Analysis; Language Teacher Education; Principles of Communicative Language Teaching, Writing and Written Language; Language Ideologies in a Globalising World; English as Medium of Instruction in Global Education.
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Course contact details
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