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Who offers the Diploma? How can I study?
Trinity College London has DipTESOL providers in the UK, Europe, Asia and New Zealand. All providers follow the syllabus as laid down by Trinity College London but the course is delivered in a number of ways, including 10–12 week full-time courses, part-time courses and mixed distance-learning and face-to-face courses. So however you want to study and however much time you have available, there should be a course to suit you. Note that all diploma courses contain a face-to-face component of a minimum of 40 hours.
Course fees are set by the provider. Trinity's examination fees vary slightly according to whether you are taking them in the UK or elsewhere. The Unit 1 written paper can be taken three times a year (e.g. May, August or November), while Units 2, 3 and 4 are normally examined together at the end of your course.
Entry for the examinations is coordinated by your provider. Find a DipTESOL course near you.