I'm currenty studying for my English degree with the intention of applying for a PGCE in Secondary English when I graduate. In the meantime, I'm looking at studying for CELTA. Mostly it would be for the education/experience of teaching, but also so it enables me to teach adults in the future should the need ever arise. (Or possibly, teaching adults in the summers for extra income.) What I wanted to know is, domestically, is the PGCE considered superior to CELTA? Is it possible to teach English as a foreign language to adults, inside the UK, with a PGCE? I'm guessing you can't, but I don't want to invest £1,200 into a CELTA qualification, only for a PGCE to come along and be superior to it.