Hello, I am looking for advice on how to become an English teacher at an international school as I am at a crossroads in my career. I am a mature teacher and I completed my degree in Education Studies and English in 2010. I then worked as a cover teacher for a number of years. In August 2013, one of the schools in which I worked asked me to join their permanent support staff. I worked there for one year and during that time I was also timetabled to teach English to students in years 7 to 10. This teaching opportunity allowed me to successfully attain QTLS. In September 2014, I decided to undertake a Master’s in Education as I wanted to move overseas and I believed that this would make it easier for me to find work. By January 2015, I had completed 70 credits when I was offered a lucrative position in the Middle East at a vocational college. Originally I was told that I would be teaching English literature and language, however when I arrived I was given EAL classes to teach. Since January 2017, I have been teaching accountancy and business courses. Having been in the Middle East for three years, I am now looking to fulfill my ambition of teaching English. I appreciate that international schools will not employ me at this present time as I lack experience; I am therefore looking for suggestions as to what I can do that will enable me to teach this subject. Thank you in advance for any advice that you are able to provide.