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This course is designed for recent graduates, as well as experienced teachers, wanting to develop their careers in English teaching. The course attracts a wide range of students, which promotes intercultural learning. The course will offer you opportunities to develop a deeper, broader understanding of the language.
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The History of the English Language
Restoration & 18th Century
A Modest Proposal - Script
The Story of My Experiments Truth - Gandhi
English Language & Linguistics
20th Century Literature
Essay OR Epic Ramayana
Studying English is not only rewarding in itself, but also opens up rich career possibilities. Our programme offers the opportunity to develop skills in intellectual analysis, critical thinking, and articulate expression - skills that last a lifetime, and qualify you for many possible careers. Also encourages you to acquire practical skills of equally wide usefulness and application, such as time management, oral presentation, professional documentation, group work, and the uses of information technology. English graduates go on to work in commerce, the public services, journalism and other media, teaching at every level, publishing, advertising, the law, and a very wide range of other professions. Our programme contains a personal development component to help you identify and present your skills to a potential employer.
This is a correspondence course