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Leeds College of Building

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Ucas code: L32

Leeds College of Building is unique; we’re the only college in the UK dedicated to construction & the built environment, making us nationally recognised for delivering courses and apprenticeships in this field. For students looking to find a viable alternative to university study our higher level, work based learning could hold the key. Our world-class teaching and assessment teams, together with the College’s enviable regional and national industry links means our curriculum mirrors the current and future needs of the construction and engineering industry. Studying with us means you’ll develop excellent building and construction knowledge, receive the best, industry accredited education and benefit from outstanding prospects for employment and career development.

93% of LCB students are in employment or further study 6 months after graduating (DLHE 2017). The average starting salary is £27,000.

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