The Master of Applied Linguistics provides professionals in all areas of second-language teaching (including Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)) with a combination of professional and research skills which is increasingly important in both domestic and international settings.
To enter the Master of Applied Linguistics you will:
You will have at least a B+ grade average for entry to the Research Pathway, or at least a B grade average for entry to the Coursework Pathway.
With a Master of Applied Linguistics you'll be prepared for careers in language teaching, research and practice in national and international multilingual contexts.
You'll be supporting those who operate in multilingual contexts, such as migrants and former refugees and international students in New Zealand. Our graduates are employed as educators, consultants and practitioners.
For information on prior learning, exemptions and transfer of credit or other questions: