Culture is an indispensable part of language.
by Ma Tengfei
When I returned to Japan to teach English at college and in companies, I was able to offer clearer explanations for students with regard to their errors, anxieties and motivations.
by Yoshie Yamagishi
Bristol is my academic and intellectual home. I will graduate, leave and head towards a more complex world; I will never stop exploring.
by Qing Wang
We can’t expect the same social norms for people who live in different social contexts.
by Chisa Matsukawa
Bristol is a city in which you can totally immerse yourself in a profound academic environment.
by Yu-Fang Yang
John Budd influenced the rest of my teaching career, including teaching German very visually by kicking wastepaper bins to emphasis teaching ‘ich bin’ (I am) to beginners.
by Elisabeth Lazarus
The MSc not only gave me valuable insights on ICT and learning but also some wonderful practice opportunities.
by Lu Jing
I think what stands out the most is the quality of the professors’ teaching and the respect they show for varying points of view within the field of TESOL.
by William Murray
I joined the United Nations in 1991 and worked for UNESCO for 18 years.
by Professor Rupert Donald Iain Maclean, AO
All these achievements can be attributed to the academic integrity, the research abilities and all the educational and cultural experiences that I acquired in my four and half years at Bristol, some of the best years of my life.
by Kai Ren
My proudest achievement since my study is being editor-in-chief of the International Journal of Computer-Assisted Language Learning and Teaching (IJCALLT), published by IGI Global, USA.
by Dr Bin Zou
After completing my study at Graduate School of Education, I got an opportunity to work for an international NGO in South Sudan and for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan in the Republic of the Marshall Islands.
by Momoko Muramatsu
I returned to my home country after submitting my dissertation and received a job offer in the following week. I have been working as a Principal since then, running an international high school in Guangdong Province, China.
by Li Fang
My time at Bristol was definitely the best year of my life. It was an enjoyable and highly memorable experience!
by Yuan Gao
I presented my paper at five international conferences during my PhD study, from Asia and Europe to North America.
by Tingting Yuan
Another wonderful place in Bristol is the Bristol International Student Centre.
by Li Ma
Worthwhile is the word stands out, it was really worthwhile undertaking the Masters.
by Emma Navin
Working for Hackney Learning Trust, the local education authority in East London, has to be one of my proudest achievements.
by Wing Yin Chan
In comparing my experience at the University of Bristol with other institutions in UK, I think Bristol has a very high standard of teaching.
by Huang Shan