To study the Master's Degree in Technology-Mediated Language Teaching and Learning, students must hold one of the bachelor's degrees listed below (or equivalent):
- Bachelor's degree in any Philology or Language Studies
- Bachelor's degree in Early Childhood or Primary Education, with a language specialization
- Bachelor's degree in Translation and Interpretation
Other qualifications similar or equivalent to those listed above will be accepted, as determined by the programme's Admissions Committee.
Other qualifications will also be accepted if evidence of the following professional experience is provided:
- A minimum of two years of language teaching or educational experience (for example, in creating language learning materials), as evidenced by employment history report or equivalent.
And, in the case of no language teaching or educational experience:
- A postgraduate or master's degree related to language teaching or a language teaching certificate. For example, the CELTA (Certificate of Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) certificate issued by Cambridge University, the CLTA Spanish (Spanish Certificate in Language Teaching to Adults) certificate issued by London International House, or the DPAFP-FLE (Diplôme Professionnel de l'Alliance Française Paris Ile-de-France en Français Langue Etrangère) certificate issued by Alliance Française are valid.
To be admitted to a master's degree programme, it is necessary to have completed an undergraduate degree programme. Take a look at the information below and find out which supporting documents are required depending on the country where you completed your studies: