I would say the best part about studying in Pearson College London would be its lecturers: they all have a passion for teaching and are all experts in their fields both through theory and worked experience, which I believe provides a unique experience to one’s education.
Furthermore, similar to other universities, I was able to gain necessary knowledge and certifications to get myself into an interview with some of the largest companies in the world. I finally decided on Henkel for my Graduate Scheme working as a Key Account Manager (KAM) in their Laundry and Homecare Department. Without having the degree from PCL, I wouldn’t have even been considered for the role.
Finally, Pearson College London also offer guaranteed internships in your time at university. I used mine to travel to Mumbai, India. When I was there, I had talks from many companies: Jio (3rd largest telecommunications company in the world) and Quidich (a leading force in Sport broadcasting through drone flight and VR), to name a couple. It was also interesting as I was able to see another culture so different to that of our own both socially and in work. This gave me a different perspective of how people work in different countries and allowed me something interest to talk about in interviews.