MA/Postgraduate Diploma in Landscape Architecture
You will need a good honours degree, ideally in a subject related to Landscape or Design (e.g. Ecology, Geography, Geology, Architecture, Engineering, or Fine Art). However, Landscape Design combines many different skills and disciplines (in both the Arts and Sciences) and past students have come from many diverse backgrounds including Jewellery Design, Law and Mathematics.
In exceptional circumstances we will also accept candidates without a first degree who have relevant skills and education through previous employment and/or study that demonstrates their ability to complete a higher degree, subject to the written approval of the Faculty of Architecture.
MA/Postgraduate Diploma in Landscape Studies
You will require a good honours degree in a subject related to Design (including for example
Landscape Architecture, Architecture, Engineering, Interior or Environmental Planning).
Design or in general we have an inclusive admissions policy and are interested in enthusiastic and committed applicants. If you have any concerns about your eligibility please do not hesitate to contact Kamni Gill for further advice.
Details of the fees payable may be found at:
Most students are self-funded but postgraduate students normally resident in the UK may be eligible for a Career Development Loan- further details are available at
International students may be eligible for scholarship assistance. For details see
We welcome applications from International Applicants. Our postgraduate programmes attract many students from a wide variety of countries including Bahrain, Bangladesh, China, Germany, Greece, India, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico and Taiwan. International applicants will need a recognised English Language qualification- currently IELTS 6.5 or above or TOEFL 575 or above. This will not apply if you can demonstrate that your previous education was carried out through the medium of the English Language. The University has an extensive support system for overseas students. For details see: