Undergraduate Applicant Days

Undergraduate Applicant Days

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We can't wait to welcome you to our central London campus, in one of the best student cities in the world.

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We can't wait to welcome you to our central London campus, in one of the best student cities in the world. Come September, you could be studying amongst some of the biggest businesses in the UK! But in the meantime, we're delighted to invite you to join us at an applicant day.

What to expect

  • Meet some of your future classmates, tutors and hear from our current students.
  • Get your questions answered on what to expect between now and September plus the wide-ranging support we offer our students.
  • Complete a business challenge and be in the running to receive one of our exciting scholarships!
  • Take part in our professional workshop (mandatory for applicants who do not meet our entry criteria or optional for those holding conditional offers - details below).


  • Saturday 12th February
  • Saturday 12th March


  • Applicant day: 10.30am - 1.30pm 
  • Professional workshop: 1.30pm - 3.30pm (further details below)


Pearson Business School, 190 High Holborn, London WC1V 7BH (find us)

Professional Workshops

Applicants who are applying through our assessment-based entry route

Please be sure to select the 'Applicant Day + Professional Workshop' ticket option while booking your place. The professional workshop forms part of your admissions process and upon successful completion, we will be able to make you an offer to study with us.

Applicants who have or are predicted to meet our entry requirements

We recognise that the last couple of years have been tough and far from normal. This is why we encourage offer holders to attend a professional workshop. As the professional workshop is an alternative entry route for applicants who do not meet our standard academic entry requirements, passing the workshop also works as an insurance policy on conditional offers based on exam results.

If - after not having the opportunity to sit exams in the last couple of years - you do not quite meet your predicted grades, you could still get onto the programme based on passing the workshop. We understand the higher pressure than ever on students to achieve high predicted grades. Passing the professional workshop helps provide assurance to both you as a student and to the College, that the course is right for you.

More about professional workshops