Hey folks. young male music teacher here, currently about to begin my PGCEi programme thru Univ of Nottingham. Have a couple of years teaching music at international schools in S.Korea, but I need to move for personal reasons. Got a few questions for those experienced overseas teachers with knowledge in PGCEi... 1. I'm American. Went to one of the best music schools in the States for my Bachelor of Music (not in Music Ed) but don't have my teaching credentials yet. Since, as far as I know, there are more british international schools than american schools in the world, Interestingly I want British teaching credential than the American one. I figured it'd be much more useful, and easier (shorter time spent in getting it as well) to get in comparison to American teaching license, IF presumably PGCEi qualification is good enough to get a job as a teacher in Asia. Is this a recipe for a disaster/failure? 2. PGCEi obv doesn't give QTS (nor NQT I think). Will international schools in HK or Singapore (which I presume are notorious for being super competitive) be interested in hiring a teacher like myself? I wouldn't mind the age of students. I would welcome all Early Years, Primary and Secondary as long as my salary is okay enough for me to live off of. Moving sounds scary without high or legitimate teaching qualifications or years of experience, but personally I really feel the need to. If you can help me by responding to this... YAY! Thanks teachers!