Pearson Education

Pearson is the world's leading education company, providing educational materials, technologies and related services to teachers and students of all ages. Pearson is where learning comes together with imprints that demonstrate a rich educational and literary heritage dating back to 1724 when Thomas Longman founded Longman in London.

Today, Pearson has the most widely trusted and respected programmes in educational and professional publishing. Its imprints, including FT Prentice Hall, York Notes, SAMS and QUE Publishing, to name a few, all stand for quality, consistency and innovation in education and life-long learning.

With a range of Higher Education learning solutions, everything we publish — from textbooks to eLearning programmes — is designed to help students learn and achieve success. We offer products in a variety of formats because we recognise that all learners do not learn in the same way.

Our eLearning and Assessment solutions, MyLab and Mastering, offer personalised study paths, customised teaching resources and powerful results reporting. Our goal is to save educators time and improve students’ learning, understanding and grades.

A lifetime of learning
Whether it’s with an idea that opens new doors, a technique that solves a problem, or simply a new perspective that helps make sense of it all, our professional and consumer learning books do more to help people make progress in their business, their work and their lives.

Our award-winning products bring together the latest thinking and the best practices from the best minds in the business – and help professionals to excel and people everywhere to achieve more.

The result? Learning that lasts a lifetime.

Pearson Higher & Professional, Europe, Middle East and Africa is part of the global media and education group Pearson, which includes our sister company Penguin and the Financial Times newspaper. Every day our books and learning tools help people around the world to grow their knowledge, develop their skills and realise their potential.