Module 3 by tutorial



Module 3 is an individual research assignment and, often, candidates select options suited to their individual teaching contexts so attending a group course is not possible for all specialisms. 

For Option 1 Specialisms  support for Module 3 is done by individual tutorial rather than by attending a course.

The Module 3 assignment which includes designing a syllabus for a short course or for part of a longer course, usually 20-25 hours.  The time frame for the coursework is normally between 2 – 4 months depending on each candidate’s other commitments. 

Module 3 candidates may be internal, following our integrated full course but we also support candidates who want to follow just Module 3. 

How the course works – Breakdown of Stages

For external candidates tutored individually, the following steps are followedL  These form a timeline from the time we have accepted a candidate to the upload of their assignment onto the Cambridge portal.  The time dedicated to each stage is discussed with each individual trainee but it cannot be less than 6 weeks before submission of the assignment. 

  1. Submission of syllabus proposal to tutor
  2. Candidate background reading/study on your chosen specialism topic plus
    • Needs Analysis
    • Testing and Evaluation
    • Syllabus Design
    • Course Evaluation
  3. Further guidance on specific reading 
  4. Input via reading and recorded lectures
  5. Writing stage including
    • Feedback on drafts
    • Individual tutorials 
    • Feedback on tests and needs analysis   
  6. Course planning tutorial and design guidelines
    • Development of Course plan  
  7. Assignment review and feedback
  8. Final assignment submission

If you have already completed your Modules 1 and 2 at another centre and still wish us to support your Module 3 work, do get in touch. Cambridge usually suggests completing this module last, but not all candidates come from the same background or have the same level of experience with academic writing. Each case is examined on its own merits. 


Tuition is 600 euros plus the Cambridge assessment fee of 100 euros and includes support via assigned reading, recorded lectures,  Zoom tutorials with specialism tutor and reviewing and providing feedback on three drafts of the 4500 word assignment (plus all related documentation included in appendices) 

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