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Master of Education (Teaching English as Second Language) (by Taught)

Offered by: Management & Science University (MSU)
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Exam BodyManagement & Science University
Course Duration2 Yrs
Part Time/Full TimeFull Time / Part Time
Fees33400/Course
Fees (International Student)USD 12200/Course
FacultyGraduate School of Management
Conducted entirely in MalaysiaYes
Awarding CountryMalaysia
Level of StudyMasters Degree Level
Field of StudyEducation (Teacher Training & Education Sciences)
Mode of StudyBy Taught
Course Description

Master of Education specializing in the Teaching of English as Second Language (TESL) is designed for language practitioners who wish to build on their TESL knowledge. This programme lets you explore curriculum design, trends in language teaching and contemporary instructional methods. You will be able to translate theory into practice, and identify instructional strategies and materials that promote language acquisition in learners of the English language. Graduates of this programme will be well-equipped to practise both in Malaysia and overseas.

Curriculum
  • Beyond Approaches, Methods and Techniques in TESL
  • School Effectiveness and Improvement
  • The Education of Language Teachers
  • Psychology of Language Learning
  • Researcher Competence
  • Exploration in Language Teaching
Entry Requirements

Bachelor’s degree (MQF Level 6) with 2.75 CGPA; CGPAs below 2.75 may be accepted with five years working experience in a relevant field and subject to internal assessment by MSU.

Intake Months

February, July, September

Career Prospects
  • Academician
  • Education Advisor
  • Curriculum Developer

All fees are in RM (Ringgit Malaysia) currency unless stated otherwise.


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