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Master in Arts in Contemporary Modern Language Studies for Teachers

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  • Entry requirements
    All participants must have a first degree in German and/or French, or equivalent qualification, and at least two years’ teaching experience. Participants whose first language is not English must also have an IELTS score of 6.5 with a minimum of 6.0 in each component, or TOEFL 600 (250 computer-based, at least 100 Internet-based, with a minimum banding of 20 for Writing, Listening and Reading, and 22 for Speaking), or equivalent.
  • Academic Title
    Master in Arts in Contemporary Modern Language Studies for Teachers
  • Course description
    These programmes are designed specifically for experienced teachers of German and/or French who wish to update their professional and theoretical knowledge of contemporary and cultural affairs in Germany and/or France from the second World War to the present day. Providing an up-to-date framework, the programmes also develop participants’ professional expertise and theoretical knowledge in the area of Teaching German and/or French as a Foreign Language.

    Outline of programme

    The programmes comprise taught modules and a dissertation. Participants choose from modules below according to their specific programme:

        * Germany after Unification (taught in German)
        * Art, Film and Literature in the Berlin Republic (taught in German)
        * Citizenship and Political Culture in France (taught in French)
        * Contemporary French Culture: Women, Identity and Representation (taught in French)
        * Current Approaches to Teaching and Learning
        * Aspects of Course and Materials Design
        * Teaching German as a Foreign Language
        * Teaching French as a Foreign Language
        * Research Methods
        * Dissertation based on supervised study and research on a chosen topic.

    Assessment

    The taught modules are assessed by written examination or extended essay. The taught element of the programme is complemented by a 15,000 word dissertation leading to the award of the MA.

    Career opportunities

    The programme will boost teachers’ careers by putting them in a strong position for promotion and offering excellent opportunities for self-development.

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