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Pearson offers Pearson Edexcel academic qualifications, as well as Pearson BTEC career-based qualifications. They can be studied together and provide learners with a full complement of skills that will prepare them for life beyond school. Our goal is to put the learner at the centre of the learning process and equip them with the knowledge, skills, and confidence necessary to thrive in school and beyond.

Pearson Middle East

Here in the Middle East, our qualifications have equipped thousands of students with the skills, knowledge and behaviours needed to progress onto the next stage of their education or career. Our qualifications are recognised by top universities all around the world and are viewed by employers as a sign of real-world skills and workplace expertise.

We are proud to also be able to deliver materials and resources to accompany our qualifications to ensure optimal outcomes for schools and students.

Whether you follow the British curriculum, the International Baccalaureate (IB) curriculum, or a mix of both, we can support your teaching and learning journey with resources, qualifications and support for students aged 3 to 19.
 

Visit our International Schools website to learn more.

Information for Middle East Parents

Pearson A levels and BTECs are recognised by leading universities across the world. Through our work with higher education stakeholders and employers, we ensure qualifications equip learners with the skills they need to enhance their employability.

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Why Choose Pearson?

Our qualifications offer Middle East students a pathway to renowned higher education institutions and exciting job opportunities.

There are more than 3.4 million students studying our qualifications worldwide. Pearson A levels and BTECs are recognised by leading universities across the world. Through our work with higher education stakeholders and employers, we ensure qualifications equip learners with the skills they need to enhance their employability.
 

British Curriculum – introducing iProgress

iProgress is Pearson’s complete series of academic qualifications and resources for 3 to 19 year-olds, for international schools. It delivers a consistent learning journey for students, with fully integrated curriculum support, teaching and learning resources and assessment via our world recognised Pearson Edexcel iPrimary, iLower Secondary, International GCSE and International AS/A level qualifications.
 

 

 


IB Curriculum 

With 25 subjects covered, 148 expertly written textbooks and over 4,000 interactive learning activities, our resources for the International Baccalaureate (IB) give you a clear, effective, and well-signposted toolkit. Providing IB students with what they need for their IB journey.

 

US Curriculum  

Pearson Online School Services is specifically tailored for US curriculum schools who want to expedite their online plans and gain competitive advantage.Pearson Online School Services is a powerful online learning platform, plus curriculum content, with the option of Pearson teachers and professional development.These are elements used by our online private schools which you can now integrate into your school.

Pearson BTEC 

Transferable, future-ready skills for Middle East students

What is Pearson BTEC International?

Pearson BTEC International qualifications are highly practical, career-focused qualifications that prepare students for further study at university or the world of world. Students learn life-long transferable skills and can study BTECs alongside Pearson academic qualifications. BTEC courses emphasise skills-based learning and are designed around themed units, which are evaluated throughout the course. Subjects include Business, IT, Performing Arts, Science, Travel & Tourism and Sport.

 

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