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Teaching English as a second or subsequent language is a complex process, with a knowledge base combining such diverse areas as applied linguistics, language-teaching methodology, curriculum design and testing. The Master of Arts program is designed to integrate these important elements in an educational experience promoting a high level of expertise and professionalism.
Applicants without an academic background in the discipline may apply and be considered for admission to the MA program, conditional on satisfactory completion of Brock University’s Certificate in TESL (CTESL) program during the first year of study. Acquiring a CTESL is itself a necessary qualification to teach in many immigrant English language teaching programs in Ontario.
Program Pathways: Course-work and Thesis/Full-time students only
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2_ Letters Of Reference
3_ Statement Of Intent
4_ Curriculum Vitae/Resume
5_ Writing Sample (If Applicable)
6_ English Language Proficiency (If Applicable)
Brock’s Intensive English Language Program (IELP): Completion of Level 5
ESC (Language School Pathway): Completion of the UCTP
ILAC (Language School Pathway): Completion of University Pathway Level III (12 weeks)
ILSC (Language School Pathway): Completion of Level A2
CLLC (Language School Pathway): Completion of UPP Level 7
A four-year undergraduate degree in a related discipline. However, strong applicants who lack an academic background in Linguistics/Applied Linguistics/TESL will be automatically considered for the university two-year program. This includes a qualifying year, followed by the 12-month MA program.
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