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MA in English Language Instruction

 

 

60-credit two-semester full time MA in ELT programme

 

ELIGIBILITY

BA degree + C1 level (e.g. IELTS 7.0) certified English language competence. The admission procedure includes an interview, either face to face or via skype, depending on the applicant’s availability.

 

TUITION FEE

For non-Hungarian nationals: 3,500 €/semester.

 

TIME FRAME

The academic year starts in September and finishes in July. It is divided into two semesters, each followed by an exam period. The programme requires a 20- hour/week full time commitment throughout the two semesters.

 

VENUE

The Faculty of Arts of Eötvös Loránd University is situated in Budapest, the capital of Hungary. The campus is in the city centre and easily accessible by public transport.

 

STAFF

All courses are taught by distinguished ELT professionals – both native and non-native speakers of English – who have extensive international teacher training experience, including courses taught in Britain, Turkey, Ethiopia, Germany, Russia, China, etc.

 

THESIS

One of the professionally most attractive components of the programme is the 50-hour teaching practice in the spring term, when the participants have the opportunity to practise their newly learnt skills with groups of real learners under the guidance of trained and experienced mentors.

 

TEACHING PRACTICE THESIS

One of the professionally most attractive components of the programme is the 50-hour teaching practice in the spring term, when the participants have the opportunity to practise their newly learnt skills with groups of real learners under the guidance of trained and experienced mentors.

 

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Graduates will be able to take on senior or specialist roles in language-teaching or related organisations, not only in the classroom (e.g. in CALL, ESP, young learners etc.) but also in areas such as educational advice and management, programme evaluation, language testing, syllabus design and teacher education.

 

CONTENT AREAS

Methodology of English language teaching

Descriptive linguistics from a pedagogical perspective

Language for the teacher

Classroom studies

Intercultural communication

Testing and assessment

Materials design

Information technology in ELT

Teaching practice

Plus a selection of elective courses offered by SEAS.

 

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Graduates will be able to take on senior or specialist roles in language-teaching or related organisations, not only in the classroom (e.g. in CALL, ESP, young learners etc.) but also in areas such as educational advice and management, programme evaluation, language testing, syllabus design and teacher education.

 

 

LEADING PROFESSOR of the PROGRAMME: PÉTER MEDGYES

HEAD of the PROGRAMME: Beatrix Price

 

 

 

https://www.elte.hu/en/instruction-of-english-as-a-foreign-language-ma

 

Curriculum:

in Hungarian: https://www.btk.elte.hu/dstore/document/915/Angol%20nyelvoktat%C3%B3%20MA%20TANEGYS%C3%89GLISTA_.pdf

in English: https://btk.elte.hu/dstore/document/1121/MA%20Instructor%20of%20English%20as%20a%20Foreign%20Language%20%282019--%29.pdf
 

    

 

 

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