Why study this course

Highly practical degree teamed with the theory needed to succeed in teaching in a wide variety of contexts

Opportunities to practise and observe teaching in settings such as primary, secondary, language schools or colleges

Gain invaluable classroom experience through work-based placement

Study at a university that has 160 years of experience in education and teacher training

Course summary

If you don’t have, or don’t think you will attain the normal tariff points for studying at BGU, this course will enable you to study for a degree without any UCAS points. The course is delivered over four years and includes a Foundation Year, which gives you a perfect introduction in what it means to be a university student, equipping you with the necessary skills and knowledge for effective undergraduate study. In addition, during your Foundation Year, you will study eight modules, all of which are designed to equip you with the necessary skills and knowledge to progress your studies in your chosen subjects.

The BA (Hons) Education Studies and TESOL with Foundation Year is a brand-new course for 2024 at BGU, Lincoln and combines modules from our Education and English Language and Teaching programmes.

Please note - the intended start date for this course is September 2024

About this course

Our BA (Hons) in Education Studies and TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) is the ideal programme for students who wish to pursue a career in education and have an interest in language and the language learning and teaching process. This exciting degree is designed to broaden your ideas and experiences of education, learners, and educational settings, and allows you to keep your options open to make informed choices about your future employment opportunities once you graduate.

We integrate the theory and practice of education, language learning and teaching to equip you with the academic, vocational, and professional skills and knowledge to start you on your education career path in teaching or non-teaching roles, or prepare you for entry to teacher training programmes to become a qualified teacher, such as a PGCE. Settings in which you gain practical experience may include those at primary, secondary and tertiary levels. You may also work with specific groups of learners, such as pupils who are learning English as an additional language (EAL).

On completion of the degree, you will have engaged with topics that will develop your communication skills, your knowledge of how language is used and perceived, how learners learn, and how educators can tailor teaching and resources to include a diverse range of learners.

This is a new course currently in development. To register your interest and receive more information as it is published, please fill out the form below.