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If I am studying A-level English Lit & Lang and would like to go to University because in the future I would maybe like to move abroad and teach English, what course at Uni should I do?
Or which one best fits?
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(Original post by Angel13sx)
If I am studying A-level English Lit & Lang and would like to go to University because in the future I would maybe like to move abroad and teach English, what course at Uni should I do?
Or which one best fits?
https://getintoteaching.education.gov.uk/ways-to-train
https://www.ucas.com/teaching-option...acher-training

You either straight do a PGCE with QTS course or you do an undergrad degree in say English Language/Literature and then do a 1 year PGCE. I'd opt for the first option PGCE with QTS.

There's also PGCE Secondary with a subject you can do. So if English is a preference you could do PGCE Secondary with English as the specialism.

School Direct option will be good too so you can get bursary or funding while doing the course.

You can also teach overseas without one
https://www.e4s.co.uk/jobs/2-teachin...n-language.htm

Get two weeks work experience at a primary or secondary school (if you can get more then the better but with the pandemic and Covid I'm sure they are being flexible) but if you could got any experience working with children would be good to add to the UCAS personal statement and a talking point at interviews.
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