hey guys, i am from hong kong. i have a few years of teaching experience in china (2 years of ESL, 1 year of Business). i have two degrees, a distance bachelors from [This comment/section has been removed for breaching our Community Guidelines/Terms and conditions] bachelors is in business, masters is in econs, both with first class hons grades. i am thinking of making teaching in international schools my career. however, i wish to teach only in developed countries (for health reasons, i have taught in china and find it too rough healthwise for my liking). do you think my profile is competitive for teaching jobs in international schools? i will need teachers registration but it is hard to get this in hk and i have been rejected for government teaching career for a few times already and i have given up. my teaching experience is pretty much worthless back in hk since i cannot teach in government schools. i can only teach in private tuition centres and those pay horribly. i am thinking of doing a full time pgce in the uk but it is too costly. options like pgce(i) notthingham dont seem to open any doors? i am looking to target well paid japan, macao, singapore, uk, australia international school's econs/business jobs and work at this career for the next 30 years. i love teaching. my 3 years of experience so far are all in the 16-20 age group and i hope to teach this age group a level/ib business/econs. will my lousy arden uni bachelors still be frowned upon and be a problem now i have a hku master's? what exp/qualifications do I need to gain at this stage?