UCAS now open for September 2019 entry
From 5th September 2018 until 15th January 2019 you can make an application to study with us via UCAS.
As you've probably already learned, all of our students get access to industry from day one and as well as learning the academia, they get to attend student seminars with our industry partners, CV workshops, LinkedIn talks and interview skills sessions (to name just a few of the activities) throughout their studies to ensure they're employer-ready when they graduate.
This approach is why 94.8% of our 2016/17 graduates were in UK employment or further study within 6 months following graduation - earning an average mean salary of £26,733.04 a year.
UCAS tariff points
Typical entry - 120 UCAS points and interview. Our UCAS tariff entry is 120 points or above which is equivalent to BBB at A level. If you have, or are predicted to get, those grades/points, we still invite you for an interview. We want to find out more about you and make sure the course you've chosen is right for you. Just as important, it's also a chance for you to find out more about us.
We also welcome applications from students who have studied (or are studying) the International Baccalaureate, Access to Higher Education diplomas, Higher National qualifications, BTECs, Scottish Highers, Cambridge Pre-U, Welsh Baccalaureate and equivalent non-UK qualification.
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, where you’ll take part in four tasks (including an interview) to help us assess your suitability for the course. Your performance at the Workshop will determine whether we can offer you a place on our programmes.
You can calculate your UCAS points by visiting www.ucas.com/tariff-calculator.
Please note that applicants will still need to attend a Professional Workshop to be awarded our partial fee waiver.
What course will it be?
Our Business Management degress are flexible and contain key modules and electives that would provide you with the skills and experience to work in a wide range of industries such as Marketing, Sales, Advertising, PR, Retail and more.
Interested in pursuing a legal career? Our MLaw integrated masters programme is a qualfying law degree - so in four years you'll graduate with an LLB, a Masters and be LPC exempt, so you can apply for solicitor traineeships.
Our Professional Accounting in Business degree is accredited by CIMA and the ACCA and with our four year integrated masters option you could graduate fully ACCA exam qualified.
Our Marketing degree includes an exciting mix of creativity and strategy, offering the development of skills needed to thrive in a career that’s data-driven and digitally-led.
Download our Apply Guide
For more information on making an application to study at Pearson Business School, you can download our Apply Guide below. It will take you through the whole process from entry requirements, to application process and our UCAS codes (along with some tips from current students).
Why Pearson Business School?
Here's just a few of the reasons why we're the perfect fit for you...
Our full-time students have completed internships at companies like Direct Line Group, The Financial Times, Red Carnation Hotels, The Access Platform and more!
Industry experienced tutors
Our tutors have worked in the industry so know exactly what skills and experiences you’ll need to kick-start your career.
Our trailblazing alumni have gone on to achieve ambitious careers after graduation working for companies such as Snapchat, Sainsbury's and even Pearson College London.
Advice and tips
Our scholarships are developed with industry partners to enable students from all backgrounds to access higher education. If you're selected for one of our industry scholarships, you could be awarded a scholarship to cover the first year of your tuition fees or even your degree paid in full.
According to Which? University, a personal statement is like a short reflective essay you write about why you are the perfect candidate for the undergraduate degree course/s you are applying to join.It is one of the main parts of the UCAS Application, alongside your grades at GCSE and A-Level, BTECs and other qualifications and is read by admissions tutors at the universities you apply to, who will ultimately decide whether to offer you a place or not.
Interview and Professional Workshop
Our application process is different depending on the course you apply for and if you're predicted to meet tariff, but typically, you'll be inivted to take part in a telephone interview and then will have the option to attend a Professional Workshop to receive a tuition fee waiver.