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Might have posted this in the wrong space, sorry guys .

Anyway, next year I plan to take a gap year to work in the Hospitality industry and ideally go to uni to study International Hospitality Management at Surrey uni. Although I do have a passion for food, I want to one day become a teacher, but if I was able to gain restaurant management experience after graduation, would I still be able to become a teacher?

Ideally I would be wanting to teach either Food Technology or Business Studies.
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(Original post by dale_b_1996)
Might have posted this in the wrong space, sorry guys .

Anyway, next year I plan to take a gap year to work in the Hospitality industry and ideally go to uni to study International Hospitality Management at Surrey uni. Although I do have a passion for food, I want to one day become a teacher, but if I was able to gain restaurant management experience after graduation, would I still be able to become a teacher?

Ideally I would be wanting to teach either Food Technology or Business Studies.
If you can prove your degree has at least 50% relevance to the subject you want to teach! yes.
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