|Finally, a quality distance learning Masters programme that you can afford! Notting Hill College has teamed up with Pebble Hills University to offer you the Distance Learning Master of Arts in Teaching English as a Foreign or Second Language (MA TEFL / TESOL). Designed for practising TEFL teachers, the central philosophy behind the programme is that you, as a teacher, should have the opportunity to research and use in the classroom the concepts and theories you encounter during your course of study.
With this in mind, course materials are written for working teachers to complete in part-time, self-study mode over a period of 12-36 months, thereby enabling you to continue teaching, whilst gaining a professional qualification that will open doors all over the world.
A further advantage of the MA in TEFL/TESOL is that it allows you to gain credit for your previous training by transferring credits from NHC accredited course providers.
The programme is only offered in selected countries where we can provide comprehensive academic and administrative support to participants.
Phase one of the programme is the Notting Hill College TEFL certificate (6 credits). Alternative TEFL certificate programmes may be accepted upon approval. Fill out our Online Application Form to learn more www.school-of-teacher-training.co.uk.
Phase two of the programme is the Notting Hill College TESOL Diploma (Diploma in the Theories and Methodologies of TESOL) offered completely by distance learning (20 credits). The TESOL Diploma consists of four research-based modules in current topics in TESOL.
Phase three of the programme is the Notting Hill College Advanced TESOL Diploma offered completely by distance learning (4 credits). The Advanced TESOL Diploma covers the topics of Management, Evaluation and Research, Course Development, Origins of English and Integrated Topics in TESOL.
Phase four involves writing a 20,000 word dissertation worth 6 credits.
The MA in TEFL/TESOL is awarded on successful completion of all four phases.
Part 1: Academic Section (Preliminary Master) worth a total of 30 Credits
Part 2: 20,000 word dissertation worth 6 credits