Published by Landscape Architecture and Urbanism at University of Greenwich, London

Student opinions

The experiences and ambitions of the students are at the centre of our teaching. Here are some comments from recent graduates:

Clare, BA Hons Landscape Architecture graduate from 2018:

  • “Tutors get the right balance between passing on their extensive knowledge and helping you work it out for yourself”.
  • “The mix of international students helped us develop designs that championed a wide range of cultural backgrounds and experiences.”
  • “Landscape Architecture at Greenwich is a uniquely challenging course. Assignments allow you to experiment with a range of technical programmes that help you explore the best way to communicate your ideas.”


[Photo: Phil Bailey, BA H Landscape Architecture 2018]

Cesare, MA and BA Hons Landscape Architecture

  • “Having studied both Undergraduate and Postgraduate Landscape Architecture course at University of Greenwich, I have thoroughly enjoyed the few years of academic studies. Tutors have overall been inspiring and fair, always trying to push the boundaries for us students to see past the horizon.”
  • “Challenged by the workload, the undergraduate course prepared me for the practical work career, while during the masters degree I was stressed of the importance of graphics and representation skills to convey strong design statements in the most exploratory way, without forgetting to use clarity and simplicity.”
  • “The experience at UoG has given me a more solid understanding of Landscape Architecture and the fields directly related to it, stretching from planting design to social and political globes. I have grown both personally and academically.”
  • “While I have left and successfully found opportunities for my career, I have loved to be a student and would definitely like to one day come back, either as a tutor or to undertake a PhD.”


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