Institutions in the United States and around the world are looking for English speakers trained to teach the language. Since 1990, The New School has been training qualified people to teach English as a second or foreign language.
The School of Language Learning and Teaching awards a Certificate in Teaching English (CTE) for successful completion of a structured curriculum of five courses, including a minimum of 50 hours of student teaching.
All Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages courses can be taken for certificate approval on a noncredit basis or for undergraduate credit. Certificate students who are not seeking undergraduate credit (usually because they have a bachelor's degree) receive grades of Approved or Not Approved; those who register for credit receive letter grades (C+ or better is required for certificate approval). There is no difference in the coursework or other requirements. All students who successfully complete the program receive the same certificate and are entitled to transcripts of record. Except for the Teaching Practicum, individual courses may be taken with permission by students not enrolled in the certificate program. Please note, however, that certificate approval cannot awarded for any course retroactively.
Students matriculated in an undergraduate program at The New School may be able to earn the CTE while completing their degree through careful choice of electives but should consult with their academic advisors before applying for the CTE program.
You can apply until:
Always verify the dates on the programme website.
A baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university is preferred, but applicants with at least 60 semester credits of college-level coursework will be considered. Nonnative speakers of English must have a minimum score of 100 on the Internet-based TOEFL.
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