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Apply to the Pearson Student Advisory Board today!


This highly competitive programme selects students from across the UK to work with Pearson to make a difference in education. If you’re a student leader ready to roll up your sleeves and make things happen, apply to be a part of the Pearson Student Advisory Board.

Student Advisors will have the opportunity to:

  • Attend a residential meeting in London – expenses paid
  • Work on projects to earn extra cash while you study – up to £500 a year
  • Work in your own time, to suit your timetable – about 2-3 hours a week in term time
  • Serve on the board from September 2016 to June 2017
  • Collaborate with other bright, ambitious students to make a positive difference in Pearson’s education business
  • Work with Pearson to help shape their education products and services for future students.

Who Can Apply?

  • Undergraduate students in their 1st or 2nd year. Pearson particularly welcome applications from 1st years who will serve on the board in their 2nd year at university.
  • This opportunity is particularly suitable for students studying Business, (including Management, Marketing, Accounting and Finance), Economics, Law, Psychology and STEM subjects due to a high demand for student input on Pearson’s Higher Education products in these disciplines.
  • Students must by enrolled at a university in the UK or Ireland at the time of application.
  • Students must not be due to graduate before June 2017.

How To Apply?

Applications for the 2016-17 Pearson Student Advisory Board are now open until 1st May 2016. Learn more about how to apply.

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