MSc/PG Diplom/PG Zertifikat in TESOL (unterrichten von Englisch zu den Lautsprechern anderer Sprachen)


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Kursbeschreibung

Dieses Programm bietet ein gründliches Verständnis der Prinzipien und Praktiken der teaching English to Speakers of other Languages (TESOL) auf einer geeigneten Absolventen mit eine fundierte akademische Ausbildung Stufe. Das Programm wird durch Mitarbeiter im Zentrum für englischsprachige Lehre, die Teil die School of Education gelehrt.
TESOL bietet eine erweiterte Ausbildung und berufliche Qualifikation für Menschen, die derzeit in allen Bereichen der Lehre des englischen als Außen- oder zweite Sprache. Es bietet auch professionelle Entwicklung für Menschen neu in TESOL, die eine berufliche Veränderung anstreben.





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(Student Profile)

Xianwen Li

2635.jpg Why did you decide to study a postgraduate course?

After completing a Bachelor’s degree majoring in English Language, I found that I wanted to further improve my English language skills and decided that by studying abroad, I could gain a postgraduate qualification and become more professional as an English teacher.

What attracted you to Stirling?

There are many reasons to study TESOL at Stirling, the main two being the quality of the course and the campus. I received several offers from UK universities, but chose Stirling for its strong reputation and ranking in Education, the professional teaching methods and quality of the tutors. Also, the university campus has beautiful scenery which provides students a good environment to study in.

What did you enjoy most about your time at Stirling University?

I really enjoyed all my classes, and although some courses were challenging, the tutors were all very helpful and understanding

Which aspects of the programme did you enjoy the most?

I enjoyed the microteaching course for its benefits to my teaching practice, and learning more on English grammar to help improve my English language teaching. All the tutors are professional, respectable, and a joy to learn from.

Do you think the degree has made you more employable, or better prepared for further study? If yes, what are the key skills? What contacts/networks have you made in your time at Stirling?

By graduating from the TESOL course I have definitely made myself more employable, I am now more skilled and have a competitive edge over others when job hunting. The salary in China is also higher for postgraduates!

What advice would you give a student considering studying at Stirling?
Prepare for each class then review what you have learnt
Pay attention to your teachers, you can learn a lot from them
Don’t be shy to ask questions and discuss with your tutors and classmates.
When studying in the University library, use the reference books, they are a valuable resource.

How would you summarise your time at Stirling?
The period I spent studying TESOL has left a lasting impression on my life, I had a fulfilling time studying and enjoyed daily life in Stirling. When I returned home to China I recommended Stirling to all my friends!

If you have now graduated, what are you doing now?
Since graduating I have become a TOFEL teacher in a foreign language institute in Shanghai, China.

(Student Profile)

Fatma Al-Ghafri

The University of Stirling has provided me with a fruitful yet challenging experience combining excellent education with helpful and understanding staff. The modules within the TESOL programme have been really beneficial and relevant to the core of my career, as I am going to be a teacher in one of the colleges of technologies in Oman. I felt a part of the student community at Stirling because of the opportunities that were provided, such as workshops for Course Representative Training and Creative Writing. The tutors transferred their knowledge and skills to the students and I am grateful for the opportunity to have been a University of Stirling student. The School of Education at the University of Stirling is an endless fountain of knowledge for me and I do not regret my decision to come to Stirling.

(Student Profile)

Ma Huan

Why did you decide to study a postgraduate course?
I decided to study for an MSc in TESOL to become more employable in English teaching and improve my career prospects.

What attracted you to Stirling?
I love Scotland and was attracted to the TESOL course by the Universities’ good reputation

What did you enjoy most about your time at Stirling University?
My most enjoyable experiences at Stirling came in the classroom.

Which aspects of the programme did you enjoy the most?
The part of the TESOL course I enjoyed the most was practising being a real teacher in the Microteaching module

Do you think the degree has made you more employable, or better prepared for further study? If yes, what are the key skills? What contacts/networks have you made in your time at Stirling?
Now I have graduated I think I am more employable as a teacher, I have gained valuable skills in planning and writing lesson plans and how to improve on my ability to teach.

What advice would you give a student considering studying at Stirling?
My advice for prospective students would be to practise your English writing skills, this will help you when writing assignments.

How would you summarise your time at Stirling?
I enjoyed my time at Stirling a lot, the class, the time with teachers and classmates, even the assignments helped me learn a lot about teaching.

If you have now graduated, what are you doing now?
Now that I have graduated I plan on becoming a teacher

(Student Profile)

Ashley Ji Ye

I undertook the MSc TESOL at Stirling because of the global reputation Stirling has, and because of its beautiful location and campus. I met students from all over the world and the MSc TESOL programme has improved my knowledge of theories as well as scholars in this field in order to put what I have learnt in to practice. The teaching skills I have acquired from studying at Stirling will help me in my future career, and will enable me to introduce these skills to language Education in my own country.

(Student Profile)

Mairi Law

Why did you decide to study a postgraduate course?
I realised that I needed a recognised ELT qualification in order to further my career and decided that it would be more worthwhile getting a recognised academic qualification than other ELT qualifications.

What attracted you to Stirling?
I was attracted to Stirling because it is a well-known university, the campus looked an attractive place to study and I saw that the School of Education was rated among the highest in the most recent Research Assessment Exercise (1st in Scotland) prior to my application.

What did you enjoy most about your time at Stirling University?
I enjoyed learning from lecturers who really knew their subjects and who were passionate about TESOL. I also enjoyed interacting with my course peers, who were from a variety of countries and had experience teaching in a wide variety of contexts.

Which aspects of the programme did you enjoy the most?
I most enjoyed the modules in which there was the most ‘real world’ application, especially Syllabus Design, Testing and Teaching Young Learners.

Do you think the degree has made you more employable, or better prepared for further study? If yes, what are the key skills? What contacts/networks have you made in your time at Stirling?
Absolutely! Having the degree was key to me being employed as the Academic Director at an institute that I had previously worked at as a teacher. Also, the knowledge I gained on the degree was key to giving me the confidence to set up my own ELT consultancy after leaving that institute. Furthermore, I am interested in doing further study in the next few years and I know that the research skills I learnt at Stirling will stand me in good stead for that eventuality. I have remained in contact with my course peers and lecturers that I met during the course. Furthermore, I was able to join SATEFL as a result of events that they held on campus at Stirling.

What advice would you give a student considering studying at Stirling?
I would advise any prospective student considering Stirling to go for it and once they are at Stirling to fully immerse themselves in the Stirling experience! Stirling is a great place to study with its beautiful, spacious, campus, knowledgeable lecturers and diverse student body.


(Scholarship)

University of Stirling Postgraduate Merit Scholarship - No. of awards TBC

The University of Stirling is offering any UK or European Union student with a First Class Honours degree (or equivalent) a £2,000 scholarship to study full-time on any taught Masters course or £1,000 for part-time study.

Your eligibility will be verified after enrolment and you will be contacted with further details, through your University email address.

Please note that award of this scholarship cannot be combined with any other scholarship or award. This award is only available to self-funded students who are paying the full course tuition fee to the University of Stirling.

Availability
Available to any UK or European Union student with a First Class Honours degree (or equivalent). It is not available to students studying postgraduate certificates, diplomas or modules. Additionally, it is only available to self-funded students paying tuition fees to the University of Stirling. This scholarship will be awarded in two instalments at the end of each of Semester.

Value of Scholarship(s)

£2,000 scholarship to study full-time on any taught Masters course or £1,000 for part-time study

Eligibility

Available to any UK or European Union student with a First Class Honours degree (or equivalent). It is not available to students studying postgraduate certificates, diplomas or modules. Additionally, it is only available to self-funded students paying tuition fees to the University of Stirling.

Application Procedure

To be considered, you must forward on a copy of your degree certificate and academic transcript when available to graduate.admissions@stir.ac.uk

Further Information

http://www.stir.ac.uk/scholarships/

(Scholarship)

TESOL Quarter Scholarships - 4 Awards

We are offering four “Quarter Scholarships” to overseas applicants our full-time TESOL degree for the academic year 2016-17. These are 25% tuition fee reductions – a saving of almost £3,500! All students paying overseas tuition fees and not in receipt of other funding are eligible.

Other information about this scholarship:

Recipients of this scholarship cannot be in receipt of any other external funding but may be in the process of applying for this
Financial need cannot be taken into consideration.
The Scholarship is only available to international students who will be in full-time study.
The Scholarship does not apply to our online TESOL programme

Value of Scholarship(s)

25% tuition fee reductions – a saving of almost £3,500!

Eligibility

All applicants who have made firm acceptances of our offer (conditional or unconditional) will be automatically considered. Scholarships will be awarded on the basis of academic merit and the demonstration of a personal commitment to teaching shown in the applicant’s personal statement. Valid for academic year 2016-17.

Application Procedure

All applicants who have made firm acceptances of our offer (conditional or unconditional) before April 29, 2016 will be automatically considered. Scholarships will be awarded on the basis of academic merit and the demonstration of a personal commitment to teaching shown in the applicant’s personal statement. A selection committee will meet in July 2016 and successful candidates will be notified by mid-July, 2016.

Further Information

http://www.stir.ac.uk/scholarships/education/tesol-quarter-scholarships.html


Zugangsvoraussetzungen

Bewerbungen sind willkommen von Menschen, die derzeit in allen Bereichen der englischen Sprache als einer fremden zweiten Sprache, oder die Absicht, den Beruf zu verbinden. Zugangsvoraussetzungen sind ein Hochschulabschluss oder eine entsprechende Qualifikation TESOL entsprechend.

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