What A-levels do you need to study a building or construction degree?
If you’re thinking of studying a building or construction-related degree at university, make sure your A-level line-up ticks admissions tutors’ boxes…
Essential A-levels (or equivalent)
- maths and/or physics (for building services engineering)
Useful A-levels (or equivalent)
- a science subject
Other typical A-levels taken by current building students
- business studies
Take a look at individual courses in building services, surveying and construction management on Which? University to find out the most popular subjects students studied before attending.
It's also worth noting that many degrees will be open to you whichever A-levels you choose. Some courses will be happy with a subject just at AS-level while others will be looking for the full A-level, so this is something to check before you finalise your A-level choices in Year 12.
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