I'm a 3rd year Hispanic Studies and Politics student on my Erasmus year, where I'm doing a British Council teaching placement in a primary school in Spain. I've been looking into various postgraduate options and ways to get qualified teachers status, but I'm not sure which would be the best for me. I have experience in teaching primary schools, and enjoy teaching younger year, so I've been looking into Primary MFL courses. However, I wouldn't like to discount teaching Spanish in secondary entirely, so I'm not entirely sure which PGCE to choose, if I choose the PGCE route. I also have some interest in studying psychology within education and special needs education, which, through looking at various masters course descriptions, I could pursue at Masters level. The module options in some Masters courses that I have looked into have appealed to me more than the course outlines of PGCE courses - would doing a Masters and then SCITT be a viable option? Are there any drawbacks/problems/disadvantages in getting QTS this way? Since I have dual nationality (British Canadian), I would like to be able to teach either here or in Canada in the future. Is there a certain route to QTS that would definitely be internationally recognised? Sorry, there are a lot of questions here! but any advice would be appreciated. Thanks.