Pearson Business School

Pearson Business School
United Kingdom


Pearson Business School 

Our Degree Apprenticeships offer fantastic opportunities to work with leading companies, earn a salary and have your tuition fees paid in full! Complete a BA (Hons) Business Management degree at Pearson Business School and work four days a week at the partnered company. 

Applications for our September 2021 Degree Apprenticeships are now open. Apply by 4pm on Friday 26th February. 

In order to be considered for the opportunities, you must first complete a general Chartered Manager Degree Apprenticeship application, going through the pre-screening stages outlined on our website. 

As part of Pearson College London, we also deliver industry focused undergraduate degrees in Business Management. 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 graduate with the skills required to get you ahead! 


Why Choose an Apprenticeship?

Katie Fiddaman is a Chartered Manager Degree Apprentice at Pearson College LondonWhat made you consider an apprenticeship?Throughout my GCSE’s and A-Levels, I always worked part-time alongside my studies. Therefore, a degree apprenticeship seemed like the natural progression for my Higher Education as I thrive under pressure and enjoy keeping busy.

7 Ways to Stay Focused During Exam Season

You’ve got your revision plan and the content you need to study. You’ve got your methods sorted and you’re raring to go. When exam season hits, it’s wonderful to have all of this in place; but what is just as important, if not more important, is remaining focused during exam season. It would be a huge shame to do all of the groundwork and then lose focus at the most crucial stage.

Here are Pearson College London’s 7 ways to stay focused during exam season…

1. Find a quiet place

A Degree Apprentices' Story - Niamh Mulhall

At age 16, I was happy with my GCSE results and pleased that I had got into Sixth Form, but I was still unsure about the prospect of university. Throughout school, I knew that having a degree would increase employability so I chose to study Business, Spanish, Maths and Psychology at A-Level as I thought this broad range of subjects would increase my options. However, after a year whilst studying A-Levels, I decided it wasn’t the right path for me as I did not enjoy the teaching style or the exams and the idea of going to university became more blurred.Leaving School


Case studies

L'Oreal Apprentice Q&A

My name is Aine Coleman, and I am in my second year of the L’Oréal Degree Apprenticeship programme with Pearson College London.Why did you choose a Degree Apprenticeship over a degree?After school, I took a year out and was planning... Read more

Mondelez Apprentice Q&A

Why did you choose a Degree Apprenticeship over a degree?I was always keen to start my career and earn my own money; however I also wanted to further my education and, like many others, university had always been my plan. So, when I discovered... Read more


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