In this session, speakers from the University of Bath and The School of Oriental & African Studies (SOAS) University of London will introduce the UK's Social Anthropology and MA TESOL courses, and how they help students to develop a range of transferrable skills that enhance their career options. Moreover, a panel of current students will also be sharing their university lives and giving you insider information on what it is like to study Humanities and Education (TESOL) in the UK!
After the presentations, participating universities will provide further information about their institutions, course offerings, scholarships opportunities, and other topics in individual Zoom breakout rooms. So, if you are planning to apply to one of these institutions, don't forget to get your questions ready!
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Expert Panel Discussion
A day in my life at my university
Dr Trevor Grimshaw
Associate Professor in International Language Education
Department of Education
University of Bath
Trevor has 35 years’ experience as a teacher, teacher trainer, translator, senior lecturer, researcher and consultant in many countries, including several years on British Council curriculum projects in China and Indonesia. His research focuses on intercultural communication and learning, language identities, and the marketization of English as an International Language. [Profile]
Dr Jakob Klein
Senior Lecturer in Social Anthropology
SOAS University of London
Dr Jakob Klein is a Senior Lecturer in Social Anthropology at SOAS University of London. He conducts research in China on topics including regional cuisines. local foods, and food safety. He convenes a master's programme in the Anthropology of Food and is Chair of the SOAS Food Studies Centre. [Profile]