Looking to set up your own business, but not sure where to start? Start your journey as an entrepreneur at Pearson Business School. We'll help you develop entrepreneurial skills and start-up capital is available for entrepreneurial projects, as part of your course.
So, if you have the determination to get ahead and see yourself as a budding entrepreneur, then our Business Management with Entrepreneurship course could be just what you're looking for.
Mode of study: 3 years, Full time UCAS Code: N190
Immerse yourself in the real world of business, from within a FTSE 100 company, paying equal attention to the development of core “employability skills” and business knowledge. The course will enable you to develop attributes such as resilience, an appreciation of cultural diversity and its impact on commercial entities and the ability to make decisions, particularly in a global business environment.
Many of our enterprising students have set up a number of companies already, including:
Reel Time Art
An initiative whereby artists attend a wedding or event and paint a scene of the special occasion in real time
An online community founded and run by our two Business & Enterprise students Lydia and Jack to promote healthy living
Once Upon a Doug
A social enterprise project where our students have been helping cotton farmers in India to earn supplemental income
In the news
One of our students, Dan Miller, has gained a lot of press recently along with Lydia and Jack's start-up Yaantu
- Teen Entrepreneur Raises 50k To Launch 'Young Professionals UK' Platform
Miller started Young Professionals UK in 2015 to help bridge the gap between young people and potential employers.
- 19-year-old entrepreneur creates app that could revolutionise job applications
Young Professionals UK enables people to upload their CV and video profile to a website, and then manage the whole interview process in one place
- Teen entrepreneur launches jobs app for career starters
Dan convinced large companies including Barclays, PwC, IBM, Rolls-Rolls, ICAEW, and Pearson College London, to back his idea and sponsor career events for young people.
- Teenage entrepreneur raises £50k to launch careers app
A new app aimed at bridging the gap between young people and potential employers.
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