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Graduate Programme in Teaching English to Young Learners

The graduate has obtained theoretical and practical preparation in general education, second language acquisition and English language teaching. She/he received university level education offered in English aimed at preparing novice teachers for pedagogical challenges through reflection and research in the field of language, bilingual and primary education, as well as the culture of English speaking countries.

The graduate of this course is prepared to work:

  • an English language teacher in preschool
  • as early primary school level (grades 1-3)
  • in diverse cultural
  • in language teaching contexts, including bilingual preschools and primary schools.

She/he obtained a wide theoretical and practical preparation to teaching using Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL). In this course, a key element in the preparation for the teaching profession is developing the ability to reflect and inquire

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New Study Program at the Faculty of Education, University of Warsaw:
Adult Education and Developmental Activities Design

Introducing our new Master’s program: Adult Education and Developmental Activities Design!

In response to the growing demand for specialists in adult education, the Faculty of Education at the University of Warsaw has launched an innovative new program designed to prepare graduates for dynamic roles in the education sector.

This English-taught program aims to equip students with the skills needed to become educators, trainers, and creators of educational programs, with a strong emphasis on meeting the demands of the labor market. Our curriculum focuses on developing competencies essential for work in both non-formal and informal adult education settings.

Key Features of the Program:

  • Modern Design of Developmental Activities for Adults: Learn to create impactful educational programs tailored for adult learners.
  • Multicultural Perspectives in Adult Education: Gain insights into the diverse educational needs of adults from various cultural backgrounds.
  • Educational Leadership: Develop leadership skills to manage and lead educational initiatives effectively.
  • Innovative Technologies in Education: Explore the latest technological advancements and their applications in the education sector.
  • Education for Business: Understand how educational principles can be applied in corporate settings to enhance workforce development.
  • Personal Development: Engage in self-improvement and personal growth activities.
  • LifeCraft: Planning Life and Career Paths: Master the art of guiding individuals in planning and achieving their personal and professional goals.
  • Interpersonal Communication: Enhancing communication skills essential for effective knowledge transfer and teamwork.

Graduates of the Adult Education and Developmental Activities Design program will be fully equipped to design and implement adult education programs. They will be prepared to work in a variety of environments, including educational institutions, non-profit organizations, government agencies, businesses, and international development organizations.

Join us at the University of Warsaw and become a leader in the ever-evolving field of adult education!