Not available for 2017-18.
The Master's degree in Foreign Language Learning and Teaching aims to connect theory and practice in language teaching. It aims to provide the opportunity to postgraduate students to explore and examine issues related to language learning theories as well as their importance for language teaching.
The program is designed for people with teaching experience who wish to learn about the latest developments in the field of learning and teaching second/foreign language. There are three compulsory courses offered that cover the following cognitive areas: Second/Foreign Language Learning, Educational Linguistics and Research Methods. In addition to the core courses, the postgraduate students can choose from a variety of elective courses depending on the capabilities of the Department and/or the students' options.
Students may opt for a 12-month full-time programme or a 24-month part-time programme.