MA TESL Studies Zoom Info Session

  • Are you interested in major theories, key concepts, and research in English language learning and acquisition?
  • Do you want to know effective approaches, communication strategies, and the latest trends in curriculum design?

All this and much more lies in our new Webster University MA TESL!

Join Us online via zoom for MA TESL Studies Info Session:

  • Thursday, July 29, at 17:00, Athens time
  • Thursday, August 5, at  17:00, Athens time
  • Thursday, August 12, at  17:00, Athens time
  • Thursday, August 19, at  17:00, Athens time

Promoting effective learning and communication strategies, students earning a Master of Arts in Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL) help non-native English speakers develop their language skills.

The TESL graduate program is designed for education professionals with or without teaching experience. Educators with a teaching license have the opportunity to enhance their knowledge of teaching K-12 English language learners and other professionals without teaching credentials may study in this program to become future educators of adult learners.

Webster TESL students also focus on theory regarding culture, language structure, and teaching methodologies to ensure that they will become influential teachers in the future.

For Registration, contact Dr. Peggy Manouka, Director of Admissions


Tel:+30 211 990 5309/329 - Mob:+30 694 244 4359

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Thursday, August 5 at 5:00pm to 5:30pm

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