If you’re attending a UCAS Fair this spring, you may see one of our stands for Pearson Business School or Escape Studios! UCAS Fairs can often be very overwhelming with so much information being given to you throughout the day, so here are some of our top questions you can ask to make sure you’re getting the most out of your visit.
1. Ask us how our industry partners are involved in our degrees
This will help you understand how our degrees stand out from other providers and highlights just one of the benefits of studying with us. If you want to graduate with more than just a degree, with some great industry experience behind you (from our Work Fitness Weeks, Student Experience and Guaranteed Internships*), then Pearson College London may be the right institution for you.
2. Ask us about our expert tutors and where they have worked
This will provide insight into how our tutors are unique and how their background in industry helps bring your course to life. For example, Simon Hall, one of our Pearson Business School tutors previously worked as the Chief Marketing Officer at Dell UK and has even published his own book!
3. Ask us about our application process
This will be useful to help make your application stand out as much as possible and make sure you’re prepared for the next steps. One of our friendly applicant advisors can explain what is required from you and the steps that follow after submitting your UCAS application.
4. Ask us why our location is so great
Our Central London location means we’re at the heart of industry and only minutes away from some of the UK’s leading firms and studios. We can explain other perks of being a student in the UK’s capital city to help you understand where is right for you and the type of university experience you want to gain.
5. Ask us about the difference between traditional degrees and degree apprenticeships
Everyone’s path is unique, and we can help you analyse which route into higher education will suit you as an individual. Degree Apprenticeships require you to be skillful in time management and working well under pressure, and also bring many benefits by working and studying at the same time. Ask us about the differences between the two to help discover which route is best for you.