Overall quite great! Classes are interesting and meeting like-minded people is easy. I couldn't wish for more
Very good, i'm hopeful that it win't be too hard to land a job
Engageing and interesting
The computers + vr projectors are pretty good + we have a provider. It would be good if we had a 3d printer
It feels like are a very tightly packed community + everybody knows each other.
Very good. All the staff makes sure we are encouraged and don't miss out important info
First/second year wasn't great but slowly improved to third/fourth year
Wide range of people coming in from industry
I've met some amazing people here but what I wnated isn't what I got. i got lazy teaching and barely any guidance
I guess. They bring people in but barely teach so no point.
in my 3 years here 2 out of 3 of my teachers were absolutely awful. Also my course has barely taught me anything
Rubbish. Toilets are clean but there's never any space to relax
There's a Sainsburys
It's fine but it took me several months to get a counsellor. Lovely person but no point since there is no other and you never get an appointment.
My first term was awful, I was unaware of what I needed to do, this was rectified quickly and the college spent time supporting me to become a more efficient student. I was told about a time-management course at the college, which has been invaluable
We have termly meetings, we are constantly being asked what our intention after the degree is. We are asked complete an ILP (Independent Learning Plan) which is helpful in understanding and tracking progress
Slides and pre-recorded lectures can be found on the OLE, which is extremely helpful. Tutors are mainly clear with what is expected of you
The College caters well for the students. On the odd occasion, we have asked for further resources, they have organised quickly. There is an extensive library and help from support teams
It takes me over an hour by train to get into college, however, this is not a problem. The college is situated in central London, close to many amenities
Excellent! The college really puts the student first!
The university has supported me since the beginning, from welcome week i have felt part of the institution. They constantly ask for feedback and change the way they work and teach us based upon our feedback which is good. I enjoy the employability aspect of university is really beneficial to student success post-university and i enjoy the integration with businesses both large corporations and start-ups as well as our in-house incubators.
Work fitness week, work fitness centre, integrated learning modules, modules designed by industry, internships, degree apprenticeships and professional pathways are just some features of employability at Pearson College London. Students are introduced to the working world from day 1 and encouraged to engage with businesses through industry days, work placements and real-world examples to assignments.
Most = Current real-world examples from the content we are learning helps to apply the context to our assignments. Least = Study time and research needed to complete assignments
Excellent, there are areas to socialise as well as focus on collaborative work. Refreshments are supplied in plenty which allows students to stay in University and study without the need to leave/come back. Student services are easily accessible and support us in many areas such as counselling, timetable support and general queries. Being in an FTSE100 business there is plenty of office space to have meetings, practise presentations and work on assignments.
Perfect, being based within central London you are a 30-second walk from a range of cafes/restuarants and shops as well as large corporate businesses such as the Google offices.
There is full support from the Institution, tutors provide regular feedback and are always available to speak to, to discuss queries or for extra support. You also have an academic support mentor which helps with things like references and academic writing style.
My university experience has been different than I expected but overall very good. The one thing I would complain about is that the event organisation is not very good.
Our uni prepares us for the work world from day one. They offer internship positions and even pay a bursary for unpaid internships. We have Industry days where CEOs from multiple companies come in and talk about their companies and their day-to-day work.
The best thing about how our courses are taught is that it is more like a work environment than a uni environment. We get hand on experience And have to act that way around campus. and have to act that way around campus. We also have all lectures online and can watch them afterwards. The least thing I like about how the courses are taught is that we have group work, where some of us to work any others don’t.
It is located bang in central London in Holborn so the location is the best I could wish for!
We are assigned a personal tutor but not many people go to them. Regarding a counsellor, we were told at the beginning where to go but this hasn’t been addressed much.
very exhausting however that's the nature of game development. It has been great so far. Everyone is friendly and as a result of our constant group work there's a great sense of community,
We have had many lessons about career development and we have had 4 industry speakers just this week. However we don't have any uni provided placements.
I like the self driven project work however sometimes it can be unorganised.
The uni is very Central its perfect as a location. its within an hour for anyone living in London.
Different tutors are in at different times. that can be frustrating however there is always someone for you to ask for help
I have come to love living in London due to my university and all the friends I have made there, my experience so far has been great and I look forward to the future with my university
They have graduate schemes as well as support for after we graduate to help us find the perfect first job to first work in so it's easier for us as graduates as well as mess scary as support is still there even after we graduate.
That there are only a small number of accounting students and that there are no university computers that we could use like in college
My university's facilities are good, they are easily accessible for students and and students are quite aware of the facilities on offer
My university's location is right in central London donuts can be hard and difficult to get to uni sometimes as traffic builds up during rush hour
For my university really good, we get updates almost every week of there are available slots to see tutors or the counsellor as well as regular support systems incorporated.
I have enjoyed my time so far with Pearson, whilst the student run society's have not lived up to expectation, I do acknowledge that I have been academically and professionally prepared for whatever comes next.
I completed an internship through the uni which is a massive boost to my experience and CV. There are frequent networking events and industry days, generally there are good opportunitys for students who seek them out.
I like the class sizes, the classes are very small which means you have plenty of one on one time with your tutors. I dislike the lack of choice when it comes to selecting elective modules.
The class rooms are tidy and fit for purpose, asside from that the only facilties on offer are the coffee machines. (Which make good coffee) So decent facilities. But not in abundance.
The site is very easy to get to and a half minute walk to the mearest station, lots of local amenities in central london.
There is a student counselling service and a student run mentoring progamme which is handy. Tutors are always more than willing to provide academic support.
It is definitely a lot better than I expected it to be. I was very nervous going to uni but I have enjoyed every second of it. And the societies are very important to keep the students up on their toes so they aren’t feeling pressured from uni work.
I don’t think I’m able to describe the amount of effort the uni puts in to increase my employability because it’s too good. I’ve been able to secure two Internships and I’m learning everyday what the world in business is like
I love the way the seminars are laid out but some lectures need to be a bit more interactive. The ones that are the most interactive I learn the most from but the ones that aren’t I end up being bored
Everything is just amazing. From the comfort area such as the sofas to the free coffee in the kitchens. I really find it a great place to do work in and wouldn’t want to be in any other university.
For me it’s a 20 minute train journey and I happen to find it to be a great location especially for it Being the middle of London
Terrific. That’s all I have to say