News

Our news stories highlight all the great things going on at Pearson College London, including our students’ achievements, so they’re a great way to keep up to date with life here.

  • Coronavirus Advice

    by Rachael Jones

    Covid-19 is a new virus with symptoms of fever and a dry cough that may progressto severe pneumonia causing shortness of breath and breathing difficulties. Coronavirus can affect more severely individuals with weakened immune systems.

    On 30 January 2020, the World Health Organisation declared a public health emergency of international concern. UK Chief Medical Officers have raised the risk to the public from low to moderate. However, the risk to individuals remains low.

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  • Graduation Ceremony 2019

    by Rachael Jones

    On Thursday 7th November 2019, we celebrated graduation once again at The Barbican Centre, Milton Court; it was our biggest ceremony to date, with two separate ceremonies for Escape Studios and Pearson Business School. The ceremony began with a welcome speech from our Principal, Dr Roxanne Stockwell, who reflected on the successes of our students so far and she wished them well as they took their first steps into the next chapter of their professional careers.

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  • First Rotation of the Pearson International Rotational Degree Apprenticeship Programme

    by Rachael Jones

    Our apprentices employed within Pearson College London on our  innovative International Rotational Degree Apprenticeship programme have embarked on their first rotation. The apprentices will take part in three international rotations over the duration of the three years of their apprenticeship programme and will be based within one of the following Pearson offices worldwide: New Jersey, Melbourne, Hong Kong, New Delhi, Dubai, Manila and Belfast.

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  • Pearson College London shortlisted in the Westminster Business Council Awards 2019

    by Rachael Jones

    Pearson College London is proud to have made it to the final of the 2019 Westminster Business Council Awards, in the ’best business delivering apprenticeship programmes’ category.  The category has been designed to showcase businesses that are committed to delivering apprenticeship programmes, how they do it and why.  The judges are looking for apprenticeship exemplars – businesses that can demonstrate the impact apprenticeships have made to individuals’ lives and the workplace. They’re also looking to highlight best practice in recruitment excellence, high quality training, diversity and career progression opportunities.

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  • Work-based university teaching preferred by majority of students

    by Rachael Jones

    Research published today (14th August) shows that many 16-17 year olds want to see further collaboration between universities and business and more focus on employability skills before graduating.

    The independent survey of 1,000 16-17-year olds was commissioned by Pearson Business School and conducted by specialist youth research agency Youthsight in order to understand what students want to see in universities in the future. Pearson Business School is
    part of Pearson College London – the UK’s first higher education institution to be founded by a FTSE 100 company. 

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