Heath Rose completed an BA from the university of Queensland in 1996, before continuing on the complete a Postgraduate Diploma in Education, which is an internationally recognized certification for teaching at the K-12 level. In 2003, Heath completed a Master's Degree with a research component at The University of Sydney. In 2010, he submitted and passed his doctoral dissertation for the award of PhD (Education) from the University of Sydney. For more information on Heath's education history, click here.
Heath Rose is an assistant professor of applied linguistics at Trinity College, Dublin. Before coming to Trinity, Heath was assistant professor in the Department of Business at Rikkyo University in Japan, where he played a pivotal role in the creation of the curriculum in the Bilingual Business Leader Program--one of the few bilingual business degrees in Asia. He also taught Communication Theory in the Master of International Business program. Before coming to Rikkyo, Heath taught at a number of universities, including Kanda University of International Studies, Tohoku University, and The University of Sydney. For more information on Heath's work history, click here.
Heath's research interests include: