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Welcome to the UK College of Business and Computing
The UK College of Business and Computing (UKCBC) is a long-standing educational institution based in and around London, specialising in providing higher education qualifications (HND, AAT and top-up degree). The College offers a range of vocational and professional qualifications, along with extracurricular support to help students achieve their career goals.
The main campus is located in Gants Hill, London; the College has four additional campuses, serving London and Essex (Park Royal, Cricklewood, Holborn, and a second campus in Gants Hill) along with a dedicated English language school on Oxford Street (UKCE).
UKCBC prides itself on its inclusive, informative and practical attitude towards education. The UKCBC logo and motto reflect this ethos; the logo’s three Us represent learning, growth and professional success; the motto reiterates the College ideology: U Learn, U Grow, U Succeed.
The College has worked hard to cultivate an environment that fits the needs of the students, and each course has been created with practical application in mind. Quality and value are at the forefront of each course; students can expect a high standard of education, and quality preparation for their future careers.
HND, AAT and Bachelor’s Top-up Degree Courses in London and Essex
UKCBC provides courses that combine academic knowledge, practical application and professional development. Each course introduces the skills needed to work confidently in the students’ chosen sector, and supplements this with modules on employability to help equip students for the job application process. Thanks to its partnership with Bath Spa University, UKCBC can now offer students Bachelor’s Top-up Degree Courses in London.
UKCBC Student Services
UKCBC’s student support service can help students find suitable accommodation, give career advice and advise on further steps in their educational journey. If students have any questions regarding courses, the student support service can help. For more information about the College, courses or any general questions about UKCBC, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Study with UKCBC
For more information on the courses available, have a look at our Courses page, or get in contact with a course advisor at email@example.com. Information on course finance can be found on our Finance Support Information page, and details on admissions can be found on the UK/EU Course Admission page.