Our founder, Peter Jones CBE, said “I would like to wish good luck to all those collecting their GCSE results today – I hope that you get the grades that you deserve.
“As much as results day is about celebration, it’s also about decision making. I launched the Peter Jones Enterprise Academy in 2009 to give young entrepreneurs the skills and opportunities to pursue a worthwhile and rewarding career and it is more important than ever that we inspire our young people to dream big about their future.
“I believe passionately that we must encourage more young people across Britain to consider career paths in enterprise and entrepreneurship and I urge anyone interested to have a look at the Peter Jones Enterprise Academy.”
The Peter Jones Enterprise Academy delivers specialist courses in enterprise and entrepreneurship. Operating in colleges across the country, the academy takes a very practical, hands-on approach to preparing students for success in the working world. We concentrate on giving young people the right knowledge and skills to forge a career path of their choice – whether that means setting up a business, working for a top company or going on to higher education.
Interested in joining?
Find out more about the Peter Jones Enterprise Academy and our colleges here.
Hear from some of our PJEA graduates
Sonya Kumar, Westminster Kingsway College – won the Highly Commended award for National Entrepreneur of the Year 2014 for setting up her own Indian restaurant, Svadish.
Hassan Iqbal, Oldham College – PJEA graduate who gave a motivational speech at the PJEA 2017 graduation ceremony. He has gone on to study at Manchester Metropolitan University and runs CreativePixels, a media agency specialising in web design, SEO and branding.
Reece Breslin, Leicester College – National Entrepreneur of the Year 2015 finalists who is currently studying Corporate Law at De Montfort University.