I chose to apply for Pearson Business School, firstly because of their Guaranteed Internship scheme as well as the industry engagement, which was prominent from the large list of industry partners they had - it really showed me that I would be getting taught the skills and knowledge that I would need.
Another reason which drew me into coming to Pearson Business School was the graduate statistics which impressed me with the typical Pearson Business School graduate earning on average £28,000 per year.
I had been considering Lancaster University and Westminster University until I attended the Pearson Business School Open Day. I loved being able to meet the current students and tutors and picking their brains about life in the institution. I also loved that the tutors were still in work and had practical experience which could be applied to the theory which we would be learning.
You can take a look at their upcoming Open Days on their website.
Lastly, I chose apply and make Pearson Business School my firm choice because of the location of the campus. For me, it was great as they are based in Central London near to many company headquarters as well as not being too far from my home as I had planned to stay in London and commute.