This route into the Landscape Architecture MA course offers apath into landscape architecture for students from alternate disciplines. Build upon your existing skills within a highly professional environment on a course recognised by the International Federation of Landscape Architects and the Landscape Institute.
You will actively acquire the practical skills and knowledge that underpin the landscape architecture industry in the 21st century. Studying philosophical aspects of the discipline, exploring influential landscapes and working on live private and public sector briefs will increase your confidence and expertise. With a long-standing reputation and excellent links to industry and professional bodies plus a strong emphasis on sustainability, this course provides an excellent foundation on which to build a dynamic career.
Work on live public and private sector client projects to blend academic theory with professional challenges. Focus on enhancing your career through strong links to industry practitioners and professional bodies within the landscape architecture. Learn to adapt your design approach in response to sustainability issues and rapid policy and environmental change.
Study a programme delivered in a studio-based environment through a combination of lectures, tutorials, seminars and student-led research. Learn through a mix of teaching techniques combining the practice and philosophy of landscape architecture with a focus on innovation, creativity, personal development, expression, professionalism and sustainability.
Our Landscape study community comprises a blend of UK, European and International students from a wide range of disciplines, which provides a rich mix of geographic, environmental, social and cultural influences and further enriches the student’s collective learning experience.
All work is assessed via coursework, which is a mix of written and illustrated reports, essays and design-based projects.
Contact days are Monday and Tuesday. For part time students contact days are Mondays and year 1 and Tuesday for year 2 students.
- You will need at least a 2.2 Honours degree or equivalent
- you will be required to attend an interview
- a portfolio of work is desirable but not essential
- The portfolio should contain examples of your creative work including sketching, photography, plan or perspective drawing, and is typically 12-20 pages long.
- EU and international students need IELTS 6.5 overall (no less than 6.0 in writing and 5.5 in any other band) or equivalent
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The fee displayed is the total course fee for full or part-time study. Fees can be paid in instalments over the duration of study with further details available in our tuition fee policy.
Landscape architecture offers a wide range of exciting careers in the private, public and charity sectors. As a multiskilled graduate, career opportunities include working as a landscape architect in private practice or in public and charity sectors, as well as working in landscape planning, project management and garden design.