LSBU ARCHITECTURE STUDENT WINS GATWICK DIAMOND BUSINESS APPRENTICE OF THE YEAR AWARD
An architecture student from London South Bank University’s (LSBU) School of Architecture and Built Environment, has won the prestigious Gatwick Diamond Business Apprentice of the Year award.
Max Rayner, who won the award, is a level six apprentice studying for a BA (Hons) Architecture at LSBU, while employed as an Architectural Assistant by urban planning and architecture consultancy, Woods Sanders & Co Ltd.
Luke Murray, Head of Architecture at LSBU, said: ‘’Winning Apprentice of the Year is a great achievement for one of our aspiring students and a very great honour for LSBU’s School of Architecture.
“Max Rayner’s success in this competition shows how well the University has prepared and equipped students for employment in their chosen field.’’
The Gatwick Diamond Business awards were announced at a virtual ceremony on 3 December.
View the announcement on the Gatwick Diamond Twitter and Instagram accounts.
For more information, please contact: Jemima Broadbridge, Senior Press Officer, LSBU, e- Jemima.email@example.com mob: 07376 198 649
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