BA (Hons)

TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) Joint Honours

 
TEaching English to Speakers of Other Languages

Our TESOL course will open up many new and exciting possibilities for you by giving you the opportunity to teach English internationally.

Why choose this course?

This course will help you to learn how to plan and deliver English language lessons. These skills will be learned in interactive workshop classes taught by experienced languages teacher trainers using current language teaching methods. You will have the opportunity to practice and gain vital experience through teaching in the classroom.

On this course you will explore features of the English language and linguistics and will shadow a foreign learner of English. You will also have the opportunity to take the Teaching Knowledge Test, a globally recognised qualification for English Language Teachers (subject to an exam fee).

Take a year abroad

The year abroad option will allow you to increase your foreign language fluency and understanding of other cultures. You will come away with an experience that will give you a real advantage when competing for the best jobs.

In year three you can spend time working or studying at one of our partner Universities.

Joint Honours Degree combinations and UCAS codes

TESOL is taken in combination with one of the following subjects as part of the BA Joint Honours programme. The number in brackets is the UCAS code for a Joint Honours degree in TESOL alongside the listed subject.

  • English (QX33)
  • French (RX11)
  • German (RX21)
  • Global Studies (LX91)
  • International Relations (L2X1)
  • Italian (RX31)
  • Spanish (RX41).

Any questions?

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Fact file
UCAS code: Please see the course information for full details
Entry requirements: Please see the Applying section
Starting: October
Course length: Three years or four years with a year abroad
Study location: Clifton campus

Fees and funding:

For more information please see our applying and fees section.

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