Pearson Business School

At Pearson Business School, part of Pearson College London, we deliver industry focused undergraduate degrees in business management, law and accounting. Part of Pearson, a FTSE 100 company, we pride ourselves on delivering a unique education, powered by industry engagement. By studying with us you’ll discover degrees that are designed and developed to be relevant to the real world, so you’ll start your career from day one.

EXPERIENCE YOUR INDUSTRY

A Degree at Pearson Business School is a chance to learn about your chosen industry as it really is, fast paced, global and challenging. Our students attend workshops and conferences with business giants including IBM, Unilever and Direct Line Group. We guarantee our full time undergraduate students at least one internship – connecting your classroom knowledge with real-world business. This is a chance to build your connections and to create a top-notch CV.

YOUR REAL WORLD EDUCATION

Our team of tutors don’t just bring their industry knowledge to the table, they also bring an impressive CV of industry experience too. At Pearson Business School you’ll be taught by inspiring academics, have your own allocated company based mentor and receive 1-on-1 career coaching support from day one. We have strategically located our designer-bespoke Midtown Campus in our Pearson London offices in the busy London business district of Holborn – giving our students access to exciting start-ups, global companies, creative agencies and renowned law firms. Here are our main subject areas:

  • Business

Get ready for a hands-on business degree that can be tailored to your strengths. Find the business degree that matches your ambitions- whether it’s in marketing, management or entrepreneurship. Be involved with companies such as Lloyd’s of London, L’Oréal and Financial Times.

  • Law

Get ready for a law degree inspired and supported by some of the finest legal minds – such as Gowling WLG. Take part in legal workshops, termly industry conferences and real-world teaching from legal practitioners. Take the path to becoming a solicitor, barrister or legal professional with a corporate world focus.

  • Accounting

Get ready for an accountancy degree that puts you ahead in the world of contemporary finance and accounting. Be part of an education provided by leading financial professionals with the perfect balance between industry exposure and traditional academics.This is an exciting path to financial profession in the corporate world.

A CAREER FROM DAY ONE

Degree apprenticeship are an alternative route to higher education. We offer something a little bit different with our programmes. This is an opportunity to split your time between gaining a university education and joining the workplace within innovative companies.

Are you ready for a challenge? You’ll benefit from practice-focused studying whilst earning a salary from the demanding work set by your host company. This is your opportunity to gain a BA (Hons) Business Management degree as well as being awarded full Chartered Manager Status. Take part in our Degree Apprenticeship and graduate career ready with a game-changing CV full of relevant work experience.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Our typical UCAS tariff entry is 120 points (BBB at A level) or equivalent. However, we’re really looking for people with a passion for their subject so if you do not have the UCAS tariff points you need, or traditional entry qualifications, you can still apply through our assessment-based entry route. You’ll be invited to a Professional Workshop to see if we’re the right fit for you.

COME AND MEET US

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