Education & Teaching
|Delivery modes:||on-campus or blended (on-campus/distance)|
|University website:||Education: Teaching English as a Foreign Language|
|Annual tuition (EEA)||8,040 EUR|
|Annual tuition (non-EEA)||8,040 EUR|
The Bachelor's in Education combines the study of English as a foreign language with the educational, psychological and linguistic components of teacher training. English skills are developed to a deep level, with attention also paid to cultural and linguistic differences between English-speaking countries.
With English as the predominant world language, there are limitless opportunities for teachers who specialise in teaching English. English language teachers with pedagogical qualifications from universities are highly sought after in state and private schools, corporate businesses and language schools around the world.
Graduates are awarded the degree title Bc. Specialization in Education: Foreign Language Teaching, English as a Foreign Language. In addition, all graduates can earn the Cambridge CELTA certificate, which qualifies its holders to teach English to adults anywhere in the world.
The programme is offered full-time, 20 hours per week in class or blended (distance and on-campus studies combined), plus additional workshops and guest lectures. Further independent learning and group work are expected outside of the classroom.
The programme combines the study of English as a foreign language alongside the educational, psychological and linguistic components of teacher training. English language skills are developed to a deep level for both native and non-native speakers, with particular attention paid to the cultural and linguistic differences between English-speaking countries.
Job security, flexibility, potential for advancement and the ability to travel abroad are some of the reasons students are attracted to the programme, along with a passion for teaching. Students encompass a wide range of ages and backgrounds, including secondary school graduates, individuals transitioning back into the workforce after taking a career break, and those seeking to move into teaching with more flexible scheduling and work locations.
In addition, graduates can be self-employed building a client base of individual students or businesses, teaching in-person or online. It’s one of the most flexible professions that can be practiced from anywhere in the world.