Senior students gave brief presentations about their different graded graduation projects and answered the panel’s questions assessing the authenticity of their work. That was held on Tuesday, 21 July 2020.

Fourth year students of the Teaching English Program this year are considered the first graduating class of the novel program. After evaluating their written work, students are required to give a briefing about how they came up with their own topics explaining the steps of research up until the recommendations. The examiners asked them different questions to ensure the authenticity of their work: commenting on the originality of topic, strength of argument and its applicability in real life.

  • Nadia Touba – Associate Professor & Teaching English Program Supervisor (internal examiner).
  • Dr. Silvia Elias – Assistant professor of American Drama (external examiner).