Matthew Ketteringham

Matthew Ketteringham


I have been teaching English for Academic Purposes for over 15 years at a range of tertiary education institutions in South Korea, Japan, Kazakhstan and the UK. I joined the University of Leeds in 2021. In 2015, I completed a Master of Arts in Teaching English for Academic Purposes from the University of Nottingham.


  • Module Lead

Research interests

My research interests include analysis of genre within engineering and how awareness of these genres can improve academic literacies. 

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  • MA Teaching English for Academic Purposes (TEAP)

Professional memberships

  • BALEAP Senior Fellow
  • HEA Senior Fellow

Student education

I am an Engish for Academic Purposes (EAP) Lecturer on the Southwest Jiaotong University – Leeds Joint School. I teach EAP to undergraduate students with a focus on Engineering. 

Research groups and institutes

  • Language Centre