The scale is bad i would say its sub-par. -2. Tutors are great, very knowledgeable and experienced. However, course material is dry. Seminars are not engaging nor educational. Waste of time, regret
'Guaranteed internship scheme' - attend all seminars and lectures to have you find and apply for small start up - Lies about industry engagement
Up to 30 hours 1 to 1 support -Great Dry lectures and seminars
free coffee, few books, no computer access, poor wifi
Rush hour sucks - people are rude and in head phones
Extremely enjoyable. Love the course I am studying, the lecturers make it so interesting. there are also a lot of opportunities outside the classroom that are on offer
Personal tutors who have industry epxerience advise and organise your first job/internships
Lectures are recorded online so there isn't a need to attend them at uni
There isn't a uni bar we have to travel to student central. But the OLE is good
London's the best city on the planet. Worth the expense
My assigned personal tutors have been very helpful
Good location, good shops
Hard work but worth it
great networking and careers talks
I enjoy the interactivity
Expensive but enjoyable
I didn't really want to go to uni, but i'm glad I did now. met some really cool people whilst also furthering my studies
I feel that having a degree always increases chance of employability
12 hours per week Some lecturers are really interesting however, some are dead boring
Very good, but would rather an actual physical library/study space
Always lived in London and its fab
Feel as though if I had a problem, I could contact them and the'd actually help
Its been great
The talent development at P has enabled me to become more employable with the skills/jobs needed
Small lecture/seminar classes makes it more focused
Having events at night in central London has been awesome
Guaranteed internships Careers fair
Excellent teaching by people with actual experience practising law
The central London location was one of the main reasons I chose Pearson
Not too pleased with my development. Promised 'industry days' have not materialised - this was one of the main reasons I chose Pearson
Lecturers are largely great. Some content is less good
Good working environments, lack certain facilities such as sport
London is great
By providing us with important and transferable skills as well as a degree
Its very practical and infortmative
My university experience has been very fun so far it’s also been very interesting interacting with the business professionals as well as learning from the lecturers
My uni has transferable skills by constantly suppling opportunities to network as well as supporting students with internships by helping with funds depending on the student, they help support local and international internships supporting students to go to countries such as China. Pearson also have a careers festival once a year where business professionals come in to give talks where students can ask questions as well as network with these professionals. They also have companies come in such as cancer research offering volunteer opportunities and the four seasons offering part time and temporary jobs. Pearson also offer cv support and offer help with jobs for graduates.
I like the most about the teaching is that they play upon experiences the teachers have had in order for them to make it more understandable. I also like how much 1 on 1 support you can get within the seminars as well as the ability to ask questions freely within the lectures. However, what I like the least is that because the lecturers are business professionals they’re not in every day therefore making it difficult if you have a problem on a day they’re not there.
The university facilities are small however they are very modern with space for everyone, they have an online library which has endless amounts of articles as well as books. It’s good because they have the reading lists online and the books are straight there so it’s easy to access them and get all the resources.
Being in central London it’s very busy and there’s so much to do and there’s a lot to do at all times of the day.
There is good support from the tutors in the sense they support with assignments as the tutors give back in depth feedbck for us to improve as well as support with jobs and internships as well as help with special adjustments with exams especially for me as I am dyslexic.