Studying at Pearson Business School

You may have noticed that we’re a little different from traditional universities.

All of our students get access to industry from day one and as well as learning academically, they continue to get CV, LinkedIn and interview tips (to name just a few benefits) throughout their studies to ensure they're employer-ready when they graduate. This might be part of the reason why the average median salary for our Business and Administration graduates is £25,000* - with graduates working in a diverse range of roles.

Explore your options

Congratulations on your excellent perfomance during the Degree Apprenticeship application process.

Although you weren't successful for the Degree Apprenticeship, our tutors monitored your perfomance during the application process and think you're a perfect fit for our programmes - which is why we're delighted to present you with two different options.

Traditional Pathway Degrees

Professional Pathway* 

If you're employed and would love to continue working whilst studying - this is the perfect option for you. You'll continue to work four days a week in your current role and study for your degree one day a week. This route is subject to an extended interview and evidence of employment.

*Please note - you can only request this if you have been offered the Professional Pathway in your letter. It is subject to achieving our entry score during the core abilities test.

Course summary

Start dates: September 2019

Fees: £8,000 per year

Mode of study: Full-time, 10-16 hours per week (Traditional) or Full-time, 1 day a week (Professional)

Length: 3 years

More courses for a September 2019 start

If you're considering starting a degree with us in September 2019, you will also be able to accept a place on our BSc Professional Accounting in Business degree or request an interview for one of our Law degrees.

For either of these options, please email us.

See also

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Come and chat to us!

To find out more about us and your offer before making a decision, you are more than welcome to come along to an Open Day or Personal Tour.

Open Days

Open Days are your chance to meet tutors and staff, get your questions answered, and explore our campus.

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Personal Tours

If you want to find out more about us and our degrees before making a decision, you (and your family and friends) are more than welcome to come along to a Personal Tour.

To book a date and time to suit you, just get in touch with us at info@pearsoncollegelondon.ac.uk.
 

Why Pearson Business School?

Here's just a few of the other 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 and more!

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.

*subject to academic performance

Student Finance, UCAS and Accommodation

Now that you have your offer, you may be thinking about what you need to make a student finance application, what you need to do on UCAS and if you want to live in student accommodation.

You can find some helpful information about this below

Student Finance

Making a new application? You can check your eligibility and apply for a tuition fee loan and a maintenance loan via gov.uk.

 

UCAS

To study with us in September 2019, candidates are expected to make an application with us through UCAS. The process is a little different depending on if you have already made applications through UCAS for this year.