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PGCEi in Europe

Discussion in 'Overseas trained teachers' started by josephinemz, Mar 13, 2016.

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  1. josephinemz

    josephinemz New commenter

    Hiya everyone,

    I was hoping you could help me with something as I am a little confused. Could I work in Europe (specifically The Netherlands) with a PGCEi? Thanks! Also, any ideas on how to get started as a teacher, because in many cases experience is required but how can I gain experience if I cant work as a teacher?

    Thanks :) xx
     
  2. alexisnouellejoson

    alexisnouellejoson New commenter

    I have the same question !
     
  3. dumbbells66

    dumbbells66 Lead commenter

    you can work in international schools, the IB for example has nearly 5000 schools world wide and i know a number of teachers working at some very good schools with an iPGCE. i am unsure about state schools in Europe will take you. yes schools will always ask for experience, but they will take on inexperienced teachers. you will never know until you ask.
     

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