This is my situation. I am 23, graduated from Oxford Brookes University with a Bsc in Communications, Media and Culture & International Relations (High 2:1). After living in Oxford for 4 years I had to leave due to the fact that I'm not a UK/EU citizen. I am from Venezuela, and I am now residing in Argentina. My partner (from the UK) and I are planning to get married next summer with the end goal of returning me to the UK and being together. That is that part of the story, now this is the teaching bit. After having a couple of jobs in Comms and Marketing I did not find personal fulfillment in the profession. I was good and I could do it, but I did not feel passionate about it. Upon reflection, I found that my experiences as a teacher's assistant/intern were the type of fulfillment I was looking for. This has led me to look into the kind of teacher I want to be, where I want to go, etc. I studied in an International School in Qatar for the entirety of my secondary studies, doing the International Baccalaureate MYP/DP. My favourite subject was History. This is something I could see myself doing, working in an International School teaching IB History. Great. Now... the task at hand (after some research) feels so monumental and impossible, I've come close to giving up before starting lol. Which is why I'm here, to engage with a community and hopefully see how I can progress in my career. I understand if I move to the UK I will need to do a PGCE/QTS, but if I want to primarily teach in independent schools how do things work then? I know I get no funding as a dependent in the UK, which also hurts. What Master's can I do in the meantime here in Argentina (where things are cheaper) to progress in this career path? I've thought about keeping up my work in Comms and Marketing, whilst I slowly transition and gain the right qualifications for working in my true passion, teaching History. But is this wise? Or should I be trying to do something else entirely? Questions.