The Landscape profession

Landscape Architecture is a creative profession that combines art, science, social science and design to shape special places that improve the environment and people’s lives.

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What do our students do?

Through group and individual project work our students learn how to explore ideas, develop creative skills and communicate their vision; in the most visually striking of ways

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Learn from the best

Join us and you’ll be taught by - and work alongside - leading names in the Landscape profession, who are regularly sought of for prestigious projects like the Olympic Park and Chelsea Flower Show

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Undergraduate Courses

Choose from one of our three undergraduate courses: The BA and BSc (Hons) Landscape Architecture and the BA (Hons) Architecture and Landscape

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BA Landscape Architecture
Innovative teaching

Bright Sparks

Design studios, field trips and real world projects; our undergraduate students experience a diverse range of teaching methods, specially designed to ignite their creative spark

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#shefunilife: Landscape Architecture in two seconds a day
#shefunilife: Landscape Architecture in two seconds a day
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MLA Special Project: Morag MacGregor
MLA Special Project: Morag MacGregor
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Undergraduate research: Restoration of Whinfell Quarry
Undergraduate research: Restoration of Whinfell Quarry
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Our student journey
Our student journey
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