The World Masters in Language Teaching (WMLT) program provides a unique opportunity to critically evaluate multiple approaches, traditions and methods for language teaching, while gaining a better understanding of the culture and society in which the English and Chinese languages are spoken. Upon your completion of the program, you’ll add the internationally-recognized reputations of two premier research universities to your personal resume.
About the University of Southern California
Founded in 1880, the University of Southern California has established itself as one of the world’s leading private research universities. The University is home to 21 exceptional academic schools and units and over 24,000 top-caliber graduate and professional students, representing 50 states and 135 countries around the world.
In 2016, USC was ranked 15th nationally in the Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education survey of more than 1,000 U.S. colleges and universities. USC also ranks second among the top 25 national universities in the area of environment, which measures the diversity of both the students and faculty.
USC is known for its exceptional sense of community and strong, worldwide network of students and alumni known as the “Trojan Family.” The USC campus is located in the heart of Los Angeles — a global center for arts, technology and international business.
USC Rossier School of Education
The USC Rossier School of Education prepares leaders to advance educational equity in urban settings and beyond. Ranked as one of the nation’s premier education schools by U.S. News and World report, USC Rossier draws on innovative thinking and collaborative research to improve learning opportunities and outcomes, address disparities, challenge inequitable systems of power and solve the most intractable problems in education.
About Universidad Iberoamericana Ciudad de Mexico-Tijuana
Universidad Iberoamericana, Ciudad de Mexico-Tijuana (IBERO) is acknowledged as one of Mexico’s top private educational institutions, widely known both in Mexico and abroad for the high quality of its study programs. IBERO’s underlying aim is to safeguard, disseminate and improve higher education by training the professionals, teachers, researchers and technicians our society needs.
Currently, the university offers 34 bachelor’s degree and 39 graduate degree programs, and over 200 diplomas and other courses that provide training to companies, government institutions and individuals.
Underpinned by the Jesuit educational tradition, which has flourished worldwide for nearly five centuries, IBERO blends science and humanism in all its academic endeavors.