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Ma Huan


Why did you decide to study a postgraduate course?

I decided to study for an MSc TESOL to become more employable in English teaching and improve my career prospects.

What attracted you to Stirling?

I love Scotland and was attracted to the TESOL course by the Universities’ good reputation

What did you enjoy most about your time at the University of Stirling?

My most enjoyable experiences at Stirling came in the classroom.

Which aspects of the programme did you enjoy the most?

The part of the TESOL course I enjoyed the most was practising being a real teacher in the Microteaching module

Do you think the degree has made you more employable, or better prepared for further study? If yes, what are the key skills? What contacts/networks have you made in your time at Stirling?

Now I have graduated I think I am more employable as a teacher, I have gained valuable skills in planning and writing lesson plans and how to improve on my ability to teach.

What advice would you give a student considering studying at Stirling?

My advice for prospective students would be to practise your English writing skills, this will help you when writing assignments.

How would you summarise your time at Stirling?

I enjoyed my time at Stirling a lot, the class, the time with teachers and classmates, even the assignments helped me learn a lot about teaching.

If you have now graduated, what are you doing now?

Now that I have graduated I plan on becoming a teacher

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