University of Leeds

Degree level: Postgraduate

Teaching English for Academic Purposes (Taught)

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Course summary

In this part-time, fully online Masters course, you’ll develop your skills in teaching English for Academic Purposes (EAP). You'll focus on how academic language is taught, and explore different approaches within the field. Alongside this, you’ll look at the wider context, examining politics and cultures within higher education as they relate to understanding and teaching academic communication. You’ll develop as a practitioner, building on your research and analytical skills, as well as your linguistic and intercultural knowledge. Throughout the course, you’ll collaborate with others, developing your teaching practice and your ability to research and engage in scholarship about your practice, contributing to the field through your work. Study the course that suits you – with our flexible course structure, you could choose to work towards a certificate, diploma or a Masters qualification, starting in September or January. You can also choose to enrol on individual modules.

Entry requirements

Either: a post graduate teaching qualification (Diploma; Post Graduate Certificate; Masters) and/or minimum 2 years full time or cumulative experience of teaching in higher education or teaching English for Specific Purposes.

English language requirements

TestGradeAdditional details
IELTS (Academic)7with at least 7 in all components

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Teaching English for Academic Purposes at University of Leeds - UCAS