Are you interested in the design of cities and environments?
You can become a Landscape Architect through the Landscape Institute (LI) accredited, 2-year graduate entry Masters of Landscape Architecture (MLA) programme at the University of Greenwich.
On the programme, leading London academics and practitioners teach design, urbanism, planning, horticulture, ecology, conservation, sustainability, construction, history and theory for graduates interested in becoming qualified Landscape Architects. The comprehensive programme is well connected to London practices, such as Arup and Gustafson, Porter and Bowman, and is based at the award winning Stockwell Street building in Greenwich.
Candidates for the programme have backgrounds in a diversity of disciplines (from architecture, design and art to geography, sociology and ecology). Applicants may be changing career or further specialising their career in the profession of Landscape Architecture.
In the latest issue of Landscape: The Journal of the Landscape Institute, dedicated to the new facilities at Greenwich which include 14 green roofs, the editor Ruth Slavid writes: ‘One can imagine the students who emerge from this institution [University of Greenwich] distinguishing themselves in the design of parks and urban landscapes, grappling successfully with a wide range of urban conditions’. Reviews from the Guardian and Independent newspapers can be found here.
Come and join us to become a leading Landscape Architect designing amazing cities and landscapes.
We are currently receiving applications for September 2017. Contact us for more information or apply directly.
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