The TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) and German degree is offered by experts in Applied Linguistics, German literature, culture, gender studies, history, translation, music and contemporary writing.
In the TESOL component, we look at ways of analysing language knowledge, language use across contexts and time and relates this to teaching English to speakers of other languages.
The German component includes intensive training in German, in-depth analysis of modern and contemporary German society, history and literature.
Opportunities offered to students include the chance to obtain an internationally recognised, professional teaching qualification (Cambridge CELTA) during year 2, subject to interview.
Students will also spend a year in Germany.