English Language Teaching (Distance Learning) - MA (2023)

Why study this course?

The course offers a global approach to the field of English language teaching. With our diverse and multilingual cohort, we adopt a strongly intercultural approach which provides you with a challenging and valuable learning experience. The English Language Teaching MA is designed for teachers and language professionals as well as those with no teaching experience. The course ensures you develop new ways of thinking and talking about English language and English language teaching, and learning across different social and educational contexts.

More about this course

The English Language Teaching MA is a distance learning course, one of the first in London, offering you flexibility to suit your commitments and requirements. Based on the latest trends and findings in the subject areas, you'll explore theoretical and practical aspects of English language learning and teaching.

The focus on intercultural issues will develop new ways of thinking and talking about language and language teaching across different linguistic, sociolinguistic and educational contexts. The applied nature of the course will enhance your confidence and employability.

The lecturers teaching on the course have long-term experiences in teaching in different contexts, including specialities in applied linguistics, TESOL, ELT, linguistics and English language teacher training. They are research active and have publications in the subject area. Academics teaching on this course aremembers of theBritish Association for AppliedLinguistics(BAAL), and can keep you up to date with news, information, and conferences on Englishlanguage training.

The module leaders offer support to each student via email, phone and WebLearn. Online discussion groups are used as a teaching and learning method as well as additional student support. There is a module workbook for each module especially written for the distance learners.

The modules draw strongly on recent developments and findings in ELT, offering a comprehensive course covering issues and concepts in English language teaching.


You'll be assessed through a variety of methods including coursework, essays, presentations, research and a final dissertation. There are no exams.

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Entry requirements

You will be required to have:

  • a good degree in a relevant field (eg languages, linguistics, English, TESOL, TEFL, ELT, applied linguistics, education, English literature)
  • all applicants (except native speakers of English) must be able to demonstrate proficiency in the English language.

Students are expected to find a school, college or university where they can observe four hours of English language teaching.

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Accreditation of Prior Learning

Any university-levelqualifications or relevant experience you gain prior to starting university could count towards your course at London Met. Find out more about applying for Accreditation of Prior Learning (APL).

English language requirements

To study a degree at London Met, you must be able to demonstrate proficiency in the English language. If you require a Student visa you may need to provide the results of a Secure English Language Test (SELT) such as Academic IELTS. For more information about English qualifications please see our English language requirements.

If you need (or wish) to improve your English before starting your degree, the University offers a Pre-sessional Academic English course to help you build your confidence and reach the level of English you require.

Modular structure

The modules listed below are for the academic year 2022/23 and represent the course modules at this time. Modules and module details (including, but not limited to, location and time) are subject to change over time.

Year 1 modules include:

This module currently runs:

  • autumn semester

This module focuses on key issues in language learning and teaching that are relevant to contemporary classroom practice. It explores how pedagogical thinking has developed in different cultural contexts and how this influences language teaching and learning in particular.

This module aims to extend your knowledge of cultural differences in the creation of methodologies and approaches in language teaching and learning; the different cultural status of teachers; the role of the learner and their languages in their learning process; and more specific considerations of curriculum, syllabus and teaching materials in the teaching of global languages in local classrooms.

The module also promotes the problematisation of key concepts in language teaching and learning, such as ‘culture’, ‘language’, and ‘identity’ and you will be encouraged to reflect on your own experiences as learner and/or teacher in order to evaluate your own knowledge and expertise and develop an analytical, critical and global perspective to the teaching of languages that is essential for your professional development.

In this module, you will:

  • explore the relationship between language and culture in the teaching of global languages
  • examine how language teaching methodologies are influenced by different understandings of language, culture, and learning
  • reflect on the role that culture plays in communication, particularly in multicultural contexts
  • study how language teaching curricula, methodologies, and materials can impact the identity construction of language learners

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This module currently runs:

  • spring semester

This module examines the core concepts and main theoretical approaches to language testing and assessment. The module will encourage you to evaluate your own language testing and assessment practices in a reflective manner and to examine the most widely used standardised tests from a critical perspective. You will discuss the common debates in the field of language testing and assessment and will analyse English language tests in terms of their practicality, reliability, validity and authenticity.

Evaluating and examining local and international language tests will allow you to become familiar with the different types, purposes and objectives of language tests. You will also have the opportunities to design and develop English language tests that can be potentially useful in your future teaching practice.

In this module you will
1) analyse and evaluate the main theoretical issues and current debates on matters of testing English as a second/foreign language

2) relate current theories and debates to your own national/professional language testing context and every-day practices

3) critically analyse language tests and their application in local and global contexts, including your own

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4) develop language tests that are appropriate, relevant and suitable for your teaching and assessment context

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This module currently runs:

  • autumn semester

This module is intended to familiarise – or refamiliarise – you with key areas of linguistic analysis such as typology, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, pragmatics and corpus linguistics. The areas are introduced contrastively, and you are invited to compare with equivalent phenomena in your or your students’ languages, including cultural differences in realising speech acts. The module makes reference to different language teaching approaches and their very different stances on the usefulness (or lack thereof) of explicit teacher and student knowledge of linguistics. You will develop an in-depth understanding of how knowledge of the different make-ups of languages allows you to predict problems encountered by your students in learning English. You will have the opportunity to develop learning and teaching resources which will address particular problems of your students that derive from contrasts between your students’ first or main language(s) and English. You will also be invited to reflect critically on the language teaching choices in your particular institutional context, on the expectations of your students, and on your journey as a language teacher.

In this module, you will:

  • raise your language awareness
  • deepen your understanding of the make-up of English
  • contrast English with your and/or your students’ first or main language(s)
  • develop tools to investigate the make-up of languages
  • reflect on your language teaching approaches and develop learning and teaching materials that address selected problems caused by the structure of your students’ first or main language(s)
  • reflect on the extent to which knowledge of linguistics can help language teachers to gain a better understanding of their students’ learning and to help them in their teaching

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This module currently runs:

  • autumn semester

This module is designed to equip students with a critical and informed understanding of the complex ways in which language and languages are configured in societies around the world. The module will encourage students to think critically about the sociolinguistic patterns of your own context and speech community, and to reflect upon the influence of historical, ideological, and political factors in the development of these patterns. The module will also help students develop the necessary skills to become active sociolinguistic observers and researchers in order to identify, explore, and discuss patterns and principles which underlie language use, language choice, language planning, language attitudes and language policy. By doing so, students will also familiarise themselves with the core terminology and theoretical frameworks of sociolinguistics. Finally, students will be expected to take a critical and informed view of issues surrounding the use and teaching of English worldwide and investigate matters of language and language education in a number of contexts in order to develop responses to current language-related problems.

In this module, you will:

  • Explore the relationship between language and society and its influence on English language teaching theory and practice
  • Examine the role that the spread and distribution of English has in educational and governmental language planning and policy
  • Develop a critical understanding of the ideological underpinnings of the spread of English
  • Evaluate the extent to which different theoretical and applied aspects of sociolinguistics can influence English language curricula and teaching practices

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The module explores a wide range of approaches, methods and traditions in research in Applied Linguistics. You will explore competing and complementary research paradigms found in the field and their corresponding approaches to research design. You will examine the opportunities and challenges that quantitative approaches offer as well as issues of validity, reliability, and sampling. Similarly, you will be introduced to a wide range of qualitative approaches to research in language and language teaching as well as approaches that combine quantitative and qualitative methods.

You will discuss issues surrounding the use of questionnaires as research tools and the uses of interviewing and observations. You will also investigate current approaches, issues, and debates in classroom research, with a particular focus on Action Research.
In this module, you will also be encouraged to explore issues and current approaches to collecting and analysing naturalistic language data as well as, more broadly, communication research.

The ultimate aim of this module is to prepare you for the dissertation project that follows by giving you a solid grounding in both current research methodology in language teaching and Applied Linguistics and the theoretical paradigms from which they arise so as to understand, identify and evaluate different research methodologies.
The module involves a supervised but independent research study leading to a 12,000 word dissertation. You will have the chance to explore a disciplinary topic of your particular interest or relevance to your context. You will be able to conduct classroom research on aspects of English language teaching and learning in combination with, but not limited to, other relevant themes such as sociolinguistics, linguistics, language testing, or intercultural communication, among others. You will be encouraged to draw on different data collection methodologies and follow informed procedures in analysing your data.

The module will enable you to explore areas of personal and/or professional interest and relevance within a supportive framework. This approach aims at stretching your expectations of what you can achieve, and develop your disciplinary knowledge and understanding, as well as your confidence in working with disciplinary theory.

In this module, you will:

  • pursue an area of personal disciplinary interest in a way that demands rigorous analytical and critical thinking, and encourages you to push your own personal and professional boundaries
  • formulate relevant and original questions, undertake research that addresses them, and provide persuasive and academically sustainable arguments to support them
  • develop your ability to critically review and make use of an extensive and appropriate bibliography in your own work
  • expand your own understanding of the relationship between research, theory, practice and ‘real world’ problems
  • develop your independence as a self-directed and self-motivated professional in problem-posing and problem-solving through designing, undertaking and writing about their research.

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This module currently runs:

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  • autumn semester

This module provides students with an overview of current issues in multilingualism with a specific focus on its impact on classroom teaching and learning. It aims to develop a critical understanding of key theoretical frameworks, while inviting students to reflect on their own personal experiences to consider the practical implications of linguistic diversity in educational contexts. Students will increase their awareness of learning environments where learners and/or educators do not have full and equal access to the language(s) of instruction, allowing them a deeper understanding of their future multilingual pupils.

The two-part assessment will provide an opportunity for students to use their creativity, alongside newly developed theoretical understandings, to design a subject-specific lesson plan for an hour-long class in a multilingual setting. The plan will be put into action through a 15-minute micro teaching session focused on one specific activity. Students will teach their classes synchronously (live and virtually) to a group of other students in the cohort, determined by time zones. Fellow classmates will become the ‘students,’ providing peer evaluations to strengthen their skills in critical evaluation of classroom activities in multilingual environments. In doing so, students will deepen and develop their own teaching practices.

The module is targeted at students working or planning to work in multilingual, educational contexts and will be particularly attractive to those interested in teaching languages. However, the increasing prevalence of linguistic diversity in the majority of educational contexts means educators with any specialisation will benefit from being prepared to work with multilingual students and learning to value and draw on their diversity of knowledge and experiences.

Module Aims:

  • You will reflect on and experience teaching and learning in contexts where students and/or teachers do not have full and equal access to the language(s) of instruction
  • You will explore different perspectives on multilingualism and their implications for teaching and learning
  • You will integrate practical theories of multilingualism into the planning, design, and implementation of subject-specific lessons in multilingual contexts
  • You will broaden your understanding of the concept of multilingualism through an interdisciplinary consideration of current debates, discussions, and developments

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This module currently runs:

  • spring semester

This module offers an investigation into the language classroom and into learner and teacher roles and interactions. It develops themes relating to how languages are learned, what motivates people to learn other languages, and how best to support and develop learning in the classroom. The module draws on students' own experiences of language learning and/or teaching and encourages them to reflect on theoretical and practical aspects of language learning while developing their own practice as language teachers.

Through language classroom observations, students will become familiar with common practices in language teaching and learning and have the opportunity to develop a teacher-researcher perspective. The module introduces a range of theoretical considerations and practical implications of recent developments regarding the language classroom, including theoretical debates that widen students’ understanding of language learning and teaching processes. The practical implications of these debates on classroom teaching and learning will be considered. In doing so, the students are provided with an opportunity to evaluate and analyse learners and learning through exploring classroom solutions and incorporating lived experiences with academic literature.

Importantly, students are required to find an institution where they can observe at least 4 hours of English language tuition at any level.

Module Aims:

  • You will become familiar with common practices in language teaching and learning and investigate how different cultural, social, and psychological factors influence learning
  • You will undertake research on teaching and learning
  • You will critically analyse recent theoretical developments in language teaching
  • You will consider the practical classroom implications of these theories
  • You will analyse learners' needs and identify classroom solutions while observing students in a classroom setting
  • You will identify a range of techniques for promoting learning in the classroom

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Where this course can take you

The MA offers opportunities for career advancement both in the UK and abroad. Most of the graduates can find employment after completion of the MA, some returning to more senior positions in their previous employment while others can move into new areas such as school management or language advisory work. Some of our students continue with us to study at doctoral level.

Many of our current and former students secured English language teaching jobs at schools and colleges in the UK, Switzerland, Poland and Saudi Arabia. A couple of them are doing or have already finished their PhDs with us at London Metropolitan University.

Additional costs

Please note, in addition to the tuition fee there may be additional costs for things like equipment, materials, printing, textbooks, trips or professional body fees.

Additionally, there may be other activities that are not formally part of your course and not required to complete your course, but which you may find helpful (for example, optional field trips). The costs of these are additional to your tuition fee and the fees set out above and will be notified when the activity is being arranged.

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How to apply

Use the apply button to begin your application.

If you require a Student visa and wish to study a postgraduate course on a part-time basis, please read our how to apply information for international students to ensure you have all the details you need about the application process.

When to apply

You are advised to apply as early as possible as applications will only be considered if there are places available on the course.

To find out when teaching for this degree will begin, as well as welcome week and any induction activities, view our academic term dates.


Which university is best for MA English distance education? ›

There are some of the universities that offer the best MA English course such as:
  • Loyola College.
  • Presidency University.
  • Jaipur National University.
  • Chandigarh University.
  • IGNOU.

Is Ma ELT equal to MA English? ›

Hi, Elt and MA English aren't equal because after elt you aren't not eligible to apply in any govt sector and in PPSC exams as well. MA ELT or TEFL are special degrees of English major but in Pakistan not consider equal to MA English.

Is it good to do MA in Distance Education? ›

A Master's degree in arts through distance mode is the best for working professionals who want to gain experience and continue their higher studies at the same time. The aspirant's distance education provides opportunities to enhance their skill and degrees with growth in career, and credentials.

Is Ma English good for teaching? ›

Teacher: One of the most common jobs that you can get after a degree in MA English Literature or MA in English is in teaching. You can get a job in a private school as a teacher of English.

Is distance MA English is valid? ›

Our MA (English) Distance Education Degree is recognized by the University Grants Commission – Distance Education Bureau (UGC DEB) and is treated at par with regular degrees as per UGC.

Is distance MA valid? ›

Yes, a distance degree from a UGC and DEB-recognized college is valid if you want to get a job in central or state government.

What are the 4 types of MA? ›

Here is the word 'ma' with numbers and then tone marks:
  • First tone: ma1 or mā
  • Second tone: ma2 or má
  • Third tone: ma3 or mǎ
  • Fourth tone: ma4 or mà
4 Nov 2019

Is MA English from Ignou valid? ›

⭐ Is the IGNOU distance MA English Degree Valid? Yes, considering IGNOU is a UGC recognized university that is also globally approved by the AICTE. Hence, it becomes valid enough for any degree that will be obtained from there.

Does MA English have value? ›

At the Master's level, this program allows the students to explore more about literature from all over the world like America, Canada, Australia, Scotland, Poland, France, etc. An MA in English is very valuable as it can generate a variety of skills that are flexible in various career aspects.

Can I get job after distance MA? ›

The truth is job is offered to eligible candidates if they have degrees accredited by recognized universities. There are no prejudices regarding, regular or distance courses, but, you will have to qualify for the screening rounds.

Is distance MA valid in India? ›

Answer: Yes, distance education degrees are valid as well as valued in India.

Is MA from IGNOU valid? ›

Yes, you can do MA from IGNOU. IGNOU is Indira Gandhi National Open University. It's totally government approval university. So yoir MA result is valid.

Which MA is easiest? ›

Following is the list of easiest masters degrees that one can choose to specialize in.
  • Masters of Fine Arts (MFA)
  • Masters of Arts (MA)
  • Masters in Mass Communication.
  • Masters of Psychology.
  • Masters of Finance.
  • Masters of Human Resource Management (MHRM)
  • Masters of Business Administration (MBA)
  • Masters of Science (MSc)

Which degree is best for English teacher? ›

To teach at the secondary level, a bachelor's degree in English in combination with a state-approved teacher preparation program is a common pathway, though it is also possible to obtain a bachelor's degree in secondary education with a specialization in English.

Which job is best for MA English? ›

16 careers if you have a master's in English
  • English teacher.
  • Author.
  • Grant writer.
  • Content writer.
  • Lecturer.
  • Tutor.
  • Editor.
  • Public relations manager.
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Is distance Ma eligible for NET exam? ›

Answer. Yes, you are eligible for the UGC NET exam because to apply for NET exam candidates must have masters' degree from the approved and recognized universities and IGNOU is a UGC approved University.

What is the fees of MA English in IGNOU? ›

Fee Structure: Rs. 13,200/- for the full programme to be paid year wise Rs. 6,600/- Fee to be paid in the first year is Rs. 6800/- including a registration fee of Rs.

Is distance degree valid for govt jobs? ›

“The government issued a notification in 1995 stating that all qualifications awarded through distance education by the universities stand automatically recognised for the purpose of employment to posts and services under the central government, provided it has been approved by the distance education Council,” IGNOU ...

Is Ignou blacklisted? ›

Universities Affected by the UGC Ban on Distance Learning Courses. Many prominent distance education universities in India were affected by this ban. Universities such as IGNOU, Annamalai University, Nalanda Open University, Kuvempu University etc.

What is the difference between regular Ma and distance Ma? ›

In regular education, the classes are conducted regularly on a daily basis. In distance education, the colleges or universities hold classes either on weekends or in the evenings. This enables working professionals to pursue higher education and develop new skills by attending classes post their working hours.

Is distance degree equal to regular degree? ›

The University Grants Commission announced in a recent notification that from now onwards the degrees acquired through distance learning mode and online learning mode will be considered equivalent to those obtained by conventional learning mode.

Which MA degree is best? ›

The Top 8 Highest-Paying Master's Degrees
  • Master of Business Administration (MBA)
  • Master of Science in Nursing.
  • Master of Engineering Management.
  • Master of Science in Petroleum Engineering.
  • Master of Science in Finance.
  • Master of Arts in Political Science.
  • Master of Science in Computer Science.
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In which subject MA is best? ›

Most Popular Fields
  • Social Sciences. Political Science. Area studies. ...
  • Humanities Studies. Theology. Language Studies. ...
  • Education. Teaching. TESOL. ...
  • Journalism and Mass Communication. Media. Communication. ...
  • Art Studies. Arts. Fine Arts. ...
  • Management Studies. Leadership. Management. ...
  • Design Studies. Design. ...
  • Health Care. Mental Healthcare.

Can I do MA in one year? ›

Students can do Master of Arts (M.A) in one year who failed in 1st Year, 2nd year or 3rd year of Degree. 4. Students who got Govt. job in their early age can also do Master of Arts (M.A) in one year degree Program and get Single Sitting MA Degree.

Is there any age limit for MA in English? ›

An aggregate of 50% marks is expected to get into a reputed university. Also, there is no specific age limit for admission to the course. As a part of the eligibility for MA English Literature students, the students must possess a graduation degree with English as one of the main subjects from a recognized university.

Can I do online MA from IGNOU? ›

Students interested can apply for the IGNOU Online MA Program. The institution offers direct admission to the IGNOU MA program, which eliminates the need for an entrance test. To enroll in the course, you must first visit the IGNOU's official website and complete the admission form.

Is IGNOU good for distance in MA? ›

Indira Gandhi National Open University is known to offer an excellent faculty for distance MA programs and in fact every course in the distance mode.

Can I get government job after MA English? ›

Be it an undergraduate degree or a Postgraduate degree such as MA English, students are flooded with a number of top government jobs. Some of the most preferred and most pursued career choices after completing an MA in English are UPSC or SSC CGL.

Which country is best for MA English? ›

Here are some of the best countries to study abroad as an English major (and here is advice on how to do it).
  • England. England is obviously a great choice as a study abroad destination for English majors. ...
  • Ireland. ...
  • Australia. ...
  • New Zealand. ...
  • India. ...
  • The Caribbean.
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What is qualification for MA English? ›

MA in English Eligibility

Students should clear their Bachelor's degree, i.e. BA in English with 45% - 50% aggregate marks or equal CGPA. They should have their Bachelor's degree from a recognized college / university.

Which is the best university to do distance education? ›

List of Top 10 Distance Education Universities of India
  • IGNOU Distance Learning. ...
  • Amity University Distance Education. ...
  • Symbiosis University. ...
  • Annamalai University. ...
  • Sikkim Manipal University. ...
  • School of Distance Learning, Delhi University. ...
  • Institute of Management & Technology (IMT) ...
  • Suresh Gyan Vihar University.

What is best course with MA English? ›

Some of the courses which can be done after an MA in English Literature are:
  • Phil. in English Literature.
  • Phil. in Creative Writing.
  • Phil. in Language and Literature.
  • Phil. in Linguistics.
  • Phil. in Comparative Literature.
  • Phil. in Comparative Religion.
  • Phil. in Translation Literature.

Which is best Open University for Distance Education? ›

Comparison Chart
Basis for ComparisonOpen UniversityDistance Education
ObjectiveTo open up learning opportunities to a large group of people and facilitating them to learn easily and productively.To provide efficient and inexpensive education at a higher level, to all the qualified and willing persons.
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Is distance MA valid in India? ›

Answer: Yes, distance education degrees are valid as well as valued in India.

Is online degree better than distance education? ›

Moreover, the platform maintains a good placement record and propels learners onto better job promotions and career advancement opportunities. Hence, online programs lend a much more ROI (Return on Investment) than distance learning courses despite the higher fee range.

Is distance learning accepted? ›

Distance education degrees are 100% recognized. However, you need to confirm that your university is UGC-DEB-approved to make your distance degree course legitimate.

Is distance education degree valid for abroad? ›

The degree secured from IGNOU is valid, recognized and well accepted in foreign countries. IGNOU is a central university recognized university under UGC. DEC and AICTE also approve the degrees from IGNOU.

Does MA English have value? ›

At the Master's level, this program allows the students to explore more about literature from all over the world like America, Canada, Australia, Scotland, Poland, France, etc. An MA in English is very valuable as it can generate a variety of skills that are flexible in various career aspects.

Which MA is easiest? ›

Following is the list of easiest masters degrees that one can choose to specialize in.
  • Masters of Fine Arts (MFA)
  • Masters of Arts (MA)
  • Masters in Mass Communication.
  • Masters of Psychology.
  • Masters of Finance.
  • Masters of Human Resource Management (MHRM)
  • Masters of Business Administration (MBA)
  • Masters of Science (MSc)

What is the salary after MA in English? ›

Master of Arts (MA), English Literature Jobs by Salary
Job TitleRangeAverage
Content WriterRange:₹150k - ₹519kAverage:₹284,350
Primary School TeacherRange:₹137k - ₹658kAverage:₹318,725
Technical WriterRange:₹233k - ₹1mAverage:₹587,835
Middle School TeacherRange:₹130k - ₹482kAverage:₹273,992
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25 Aug 2022

What is difference between distance and open education? ›

In the open learning module, candidates are allowed to take admission in any courses without any age limit. Meanwhile, distance learning is a form of open learning where candidates can pursue a desired course without any classroom presence.

Is there an age limit for open university? ›

Basically, open universities tend to accept any student, with no age limits and no prior education requirement. In some open universities, students cannot complete a degree, but the credits they earn can then be transferred towards an academic degree.

Is distance degree valid in USA? ›

Yes, all Indian universities whether regular or correspondence, distance education, distance-learning, or online learning courses are valid in the USA and also worldwide.

Can I get job after distance Ma? ›

The truth is job is offered to eligible candidates if they have degrees accredited by recognized universities. There are no prejudices regarding, regular or distance courses, but, you will have to qualify for the screening rounds.

Is distance Ma eligible for NET exam? ›

Answer. Yes, you are eligible for the UGC NET exam because to apply for NET exam candidates must have masters' degree from the approved and recognized universities and IGNOU is a UGC approved University.

Is Ma from Ignou valuable? ›

The degree from IGNOU University is valid and acceptable in overseas and foreign countries with ease. The robust reason behind IGNOU is a recognized university under UGC and is governmental too. Adding further, the degree from this university is approved by DEC and AICTE as well.


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