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    Question MA in TESOL - advice on where to study

    hello all & sundry! my first post, and I come out of the corner swinging: I am wrapping up a Linguistics degree and am planning on enrolling in an MA-TESOL program next year. I have been studying abroad for two years now, and was planning on going back to the US, but there are good study options abroad - I'm specifically thinking of Maquarie University in Sydney, Australia. My question is: when I go back to the US afterwards to work, whether such a degree would be an accepted qualification there, or whether I am better off enrolling in a US program. Any advice or suggestions on where I can look for more information appreciated! Thanks!

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    Default Re: MA in TESOL - advice on where to study

    Hi !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    I think it is better to be in Ausralia after the MA.
    Bye,
    Hamdi

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    Default Re: MA in TESOL - advice on where to study

    The question is really where I should get the MA - it's hard to say where I will be after if I don't know where I'm studying!

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    Default Re: MA in TESOL - advice on where to study

    I recommend staying in Australia to get your degree. And then enjoy the sights and sounds of Australia for the next 30-40 years (depending on your life expectancy).

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    Maquarie University is well-known, so it should be accepted internationally.

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