SME Sponsored Degrees

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We've teamed up with some of the UK's most promising small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to offer a range of sponsored degree programmes starting in January 2018.

SMEs represent the fastest growing sector of the UK economy and these exciting positions will enable you to make a real impact in a growing business. Successful candidates will work full-time at Pave, Learn Et Al, Skillrail, Bourgeois Boheme or London Sport, study part-time at Pearson Business School, be paid an annual salary and gain two years of work experience.

This is your opportunity to:

  • make a real impact in a growing and dynamic business - SMEs are a great place to build your career
  • study an honours degree in Business Management at Pearson Business School and graduate with a degree that is validated by The University of Kent
  • have your tuition fees paid in full by the company and graduate with zero student debt
  • be paid a minimum annual salary of £14,000 (£20,000 for London Sport)
  • be part of a dynamic, entrepreneurial culture where you’ll work directly with the company owners.

Learn more about the SMEs you can work for and the jobs available below:


Learn Et Al

Skill Rail

Bourgeois Boheme

London Sport

Applications close at midnight on Wednesday, 13 December.
The Business School Workshop will be taking place on Friday, 15 December.

    SME Sponsored Degrees: BA (Hons) Business Management
    Annual minimum salary of £14,000 (£20,000 for London Sport)
    MidTown campus
    January 2018
  • FEES
    Paid for by company
    2.5 years, full-time
    4 days work (Monday - Thursday), 1 day study (Friday)
    Eligible to study in the UK; aged 18 and over at start of the programme; level 2 English and Maths at GCSE Grade C or above (or equivalent), plus a passion for business (if you are studying A levels or completing further education you must be due to complete your qualification(s) in 2017- we are unable to progress applications for students that are part way through their current studies)

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