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This course has both an accredited and non-accredited route. The accredited route is accredited by Landscape Institute and the International Federation of Landscape Architects.
This is a one-year course that teaches students about effective management of both natural and designed landscapes. It embraces environmental, social, cultural and economic factors to optimise the management of many of our most iconic landscapes. You’ll learn how to revitalise degraded, damaged or underused landscapes, while the Special Project and Dissertation allow you to explore topics of personal interest.
A degree in a relevant subject such as agriculture, botany, environmental science, forestry, landscape, ecology or countryside management and relevant work experience in the land-based, geographical or ecology sectors.
If you don’t have a degree, you’ll need relevant work experience and an alternative academic qualification. This will be subject to approval at faculty level.
A degree in a relevant subject (as above).
If you don’t have a degree, you’ll need an alternative academic qualification and relevant work experience. This will be subject to approval at faculty level.
Please use this lookup tool to find the fees for this course: Please see the university website for further information on fees for this course.
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