Diploma in Education (TESL)
About The Course
Many assume that teaching English is “easy” but in reality, to be good, one must understand not only the pedagogical but also the psychological theories related to the development of children. Management and Science University's education diploma in the Teaching of English as a Second Language (TESL) provides such an understanding. Our blended curriculum of language proficiency, pedagogy, and psychology will furnish you with the theoretical and practical skills needed for a career in education and TESL. The 14 week practicum in a primary school towards the end of your studies completes your training.
You need to pass SPM/SPMV or equivalent, obtaining a Credit in any three (3) subjects (priority will be given to a Credit in English Language); or obtain a Certificate from Polytechnic, IPTA, or accredited IPTS; or pass Unified Examination Certificate (UEC), obtaining at least a B in three (3) subjects; or present other qualifications recognized as equivalent by the Government of Malaysia.      
Year One
  • Sociology of Education
  • Educational Psychology
  • English Teaching Methods
  • Creative Thinking
Year Two
  • Counselling and Guidance
  • Introduction to Literature
  • Classroom Management
  • Professionalism and Ethics
Year Three
  • Critical Appreciation: Literary Texts
  • Community Service
  • Internship: Teaching Practice
  • Primary School Teacher
  • Home Based Tutor
KPT/JPS ( R/145/4/0040 ) 11/19
This programme will assist you in your transition to university or employment and may give you guaranteed entry into MSU's Bachelor of Education (TESL) programme.
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RM20,000 - RM25,000

*The stated fees are estimation on overall completion of the program. In any cases where there are credit exemptions, offered rebates or approval of scholarship applications, there will be considerable reduction in the fees

The fees stated here are for Malaysians or local students only. Kindly refer to MSU regarding the fees for international students
Duration of Study
3 years
Credit Hours