Hi! I want to teach abroad, and I'm looking at teacher training routes. From what I've seen, international schools require you to have PGCE rather than just QTS, which is fine. However, I'm faced with the choice of either doing a University based PGCE, or a School Direct PGCE. School Direct PGCE seems the better choice, as they'll pay me a salary. So my question is: Do international schools particularly care whether you got your PGCE through a university, or via School Direct? As long as you have a PGCE, does it matter one way or the other? For example, perhaps the name of the university, and the subject-specific nature of a uni PGCE would be preferred? Many thanks in advance for your help with this.