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Is it possible for a graduate who obtained their degree in a non-Anglophone country, and who is not a native English speaker, to apply for PGCE successfully and become a teacher eventually?
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Is it possible for a graduate who obtained their degree in a non-Anglophone country, and who is not a native English speaker, to apply for PGCE successfully and become a teacher eventually?
Yes, as one of my PGCE coursemates was in this position. But you will likely have to demonstrate your English abilities - perhaps through English qualifications like a GCSE.
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