Hi everyone... don't know if this is the right place to put this but I really need some professional advice. I have just been offered a place at Roehampton Uni to study Secondary History. I have made clear from the start that my career goal is not to be a secondary school teacher, but to teach in museums. I will obtain a BA (Hons) in History this year. I have absolutely no interest in marking, paperwork etc, but I think I do need the educational background in order to get a museum post in such a competitive market. Although Museum Studies courses are run across the country, they do not focus on the educational side of things, so I don't know how useful they would be to such a job. However, they appeal to me more, just because the focus is on museums themselves rather than teaching in a classroom environment. I have completed many placements now in education departments of museums and I know this is right for me. I have completed placements in schools and have learned this isn't for me! Completing a PGCE seems like a means to an end. I am the kind of person who gives something my all once its started. I just can't help feeling nervous and inadequate as I do not want to achieve the golden goal of being a secondary teacher. Any advice?