Our undergraduate courses are unique in combining a broad training in landscape architecture with specialist modules in ecology and planning.
Our undergraduate courses are three years in length, with an additional two years for students who wish to pursue chartered membership of the Landscape Institute. You will spend three years studying landscape architecture to gain a BA or BSc degree.
If you decide to continue your training in landscape architecture you will work in a practice for your fourth year, before returning for the MLA in fifth year.
Completion of the MLA gives Licentiate status, or license-holder, at the Landscape Institute.
We also offer, in partnership with the School of Architecture, the only fully accredited dual degree in Architecture and Landscape in the UK.
We also offer a degree in Landscape Architecture with a Foundation Year BA, in partnership with the Department for Lifelong Learning, specially designed for mature learners who have been out of formal education for an extended period of time.
Landscape students can only go abroad for one semester; the first semester of the third or fifth year.
Champions of Landscape Architecture
As the UK’s only independent department of Landscape Architecture, we are passionate about the power of our profession to address pressing global issues.
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