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Architecture in Leeds

Posted by on July 16, 2017 – 02:52 pm

Architecture in Leeds

Requirements:Applicants should either have at least a second class honours degree in the cognate subject of Architecture from an ARB/RIBA accredited Part One course, at least a second class honours degree in Architecture from a non ARB/RIBA Part One course and work experience or at least a second class honours degree in Architecture from a non ARB/RIBA Part One course with Part One awarded through the ARB Assessment Panel and work experience. A year of professional work experience in architectural practice or a cognate discipline prior to entry…

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Leeds Architecture

Posted by on June 10, 2017 – 12:51 pm

Leeds Architecture

UCAS Tariff Points: 180 points required. (Minimum of 120 points from 2 A Levels or equivalent awards excluding General Studies.) Additional Requirements: GCSEs: GCSE English Language grade C or above or equivalent. Key Skills Level 2, Functional Skills Level 2 and the Certificate in Adult Literacy are accepted in place of GCSEs. Foundation Course: The Foundation in Art and Design with Merit will be accepted where applicants have not achieved any A Level qualifications. Access to HE Diploma: Pass Access to HE Diploma overall with 60 credits. International…

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Architecture jobs Leeds

Posted by on April 25, 2017 – 09:07 am

Architecture jobs Leeds

Horizon Design Services Ltd - Bradford BD15 Please feel free to contact if you re an Architectural student also. We are looking for an Architect or CAD Technician to join our professional Architect Easily apply to this job Sponsored Architectural CAD Technician - unique opportunity Recruit Build Limited - Leeds £27, - £30, a year Due to significant growth this business has a requirement for an Architectural CAD Technician / Technologist to join this talented design team. Sponsored by Jobsite UK Architectural Technician/Technologist Calibre Search…

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Leeds Metropolitan

Posted by on February 10, 2017 – 02:28 am

Leeds Metropolitan

All award certificates are produced by our Awards and Examinations team and are either presented at your graduation, or posted to the last recorded permanent home address which we hold for you in our records system. Certificates will contain your full name and details relating to your award, classification (if applicable), subject and examination board date. In order to ensure we can provide you with an accurate certificate it is important that you check and update your student record regularly. You should also - or speak to the student administrator…

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DLA Leeds

Posted by on December 15, 2016 – 07:18 pm

DLA Leeds

DLA Piper is slashing 200 business support jobs in the UK in a move that will see the firm make one of the largest law firm redundancies since the aftermath of the financial crisis. Nearly a fifth of business support roles in the UK will be axed, with IT, finance, human resources, marketing, business development and secretary staff badly impacted by the cull. The move will see DLA Piper, which is targeting 5% profit growth each year, automate huge swathes of jobs and shift roles to low-wage economy Poland. The changes follow a two-year review of…

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Architectural Salvage Leeds

Posted by on November 15, 2016 – 05:10 pm

Architectural Salvage Leeds

Humphreys Antiques & The Fleapit Hire Co. (Leeds) We have a large range of previously owned quality leather Chesterfield settees, club chairs, wing chairs and office chairs, alongside our display of antique and retro furniture. Visit our newly opened warehouse at Whingate Junction in Leeds. Situated at Whingate Junction in Leeds, Humphreys Antiques & The Fleapit Hire Co have a huge range of vintage leather seating on offer:- Chesterfield sofas, wing arm chairs, club chairs& office chairs (on my visit there were around 150…

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Hire venues London

Posted by on November 1, 2016 – 04:18 pm

Hire venues London

Penthouse Champagne Bar at Beaufort House Chelsea Chelsea 100 m sq Upto 90 A beautiful stylish penthouse loft, the Champagne Bar is perfect for a range of parties, events and dancing. The Champagne Bar is a stand-out venue in Chelsea and has successfully hosted a number of private parties, corporate events, launches, after-parties and more. The price listed is an indicative Minimum Spend and may vary at the Management s discretion. The Bar is available during the day with two hours priced at £150 plus food and beverage. Prices Starting From £1500…

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Architects North London

Posted by on August 4, 2013 – 02:23 pm

Architects North London

1993–1994 Location: London, GB Client: Private Client Project Status: Built This small studio and house in a North London mews is made within the walls of an existing two storey warehouse. The existing building was of various ages, and the idea of the new construction is to add further layers to make a new whole. Modest materials (MDF, plasterboard, timber studwork, fibre cement panels, insulating glass) are used in their raw state so that their material presence is analogous to the rough brickwork and layers of paint of the existing building. The…

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Leeds Met Uni address

Posted by on February 15, 2016 – 05:17 pm

Leeds Met Uni address

Leeds Metropolitan is a university with a lot of clout. It has over 50, students and is lauded for its contribution to the local area. The majority of its students are from the region and the university puts its money where its mouth is on widening participation by electing to charge well under the maximum possible fees. The university has a charming parkland campus in the pleasant Leeds suburb of Headingley and a cluster of buildings (including many recently acquired) in the city centre. Fees The university has set its tuition fees well below…

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London historic buildings

Posted by on October 30, 2015 – 08:54 am

London historic buildings

For those wishing to discover historic sites in London, our city guide is designed to show you a great selection of historical places to visit in this popular tourist destination. Founded by the Romans in 43AD, London became an important city in Roman Britain. Despite the destruction wrought by Boudicca in 61AD the city recovered and was a thriving centre of Roman life. Although little remains from this period, there are a few scattered Roman ruins, including parts of the Roman walls and the remains of a Roman theatre. After the Romans departed…

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