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  MA/PGDip Landscape Management


University of Sheffield    Department of Landscape Architecture

Full time & Part time September MA, PGDip 1 year full-time, 2-3 years part-time Award winner
Agriculture (1) Architecture, Building & Planning (3) Business & Management (5) Environmental Sciences (13)

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Immerse yourself in the world of landscape management with the MA/PGDip Landscape Management programme at Sheffield. Accredited by the Landscape Institute, this one-year course delves into the effective management of natural and designed landscapes, integrating environmental, social, cultural, and economic aspects. You'll have the opportunity to revitalize landscapes and explore personal interests through the Special Project and Dissertation components. Whether you're a landscape architect looking to specialize in management or a professional in related sectors, this programme caters to your needs. With a diverse range of modules available each year, taught by renowned academics and industry professionals, you'll gain valuable skills through lectures, site visits, and practical sessions. The Department of Landscape Architecture at Sheffield offers a unique learning environment, blending creativity with practicality to shape the future of sustainable landscapes. To join this prestigious programme, a minimum 2.2 undergraduate honours degree in relevant subjects is required, along with work experience in related fields. If you're passionate about creating impactful and functional spaces, this programme will equip you with the tools to succeed in a rewarding career in landscape management.

About the course

Learn how to manage the world’s amazing green spaces with our intensive, one-year course. This is the only management masters in the UK to be accredited by the Landscape Institute.

This is a one-year course that teaches you 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. 

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Entry Requirements

Minimum 2.2 undergraduate honours degree in a relevant subject such as agriculture, botany, environmental science, forestry, landscape, ecology or countryside management.

To register on the accredited route, you will also ideally have completed at least 9 months of work experience in the land-based, geographical or ecology sectors.

We may consider your application if you do not meet the standard academic requirements but alternatively have extensive and professional experience in the discipline.


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Sam Marshall

Graduated in 2021

Having originally graduated in graphic design, Sam Marshall changed direction by studying MA Landscape Management part-time, over two years:

"I have thoroughly enjoyed my experience on the MA Landscape Management course which I had undertaken part-time over two years. The University and staff were very accommodating and flexible during my studies, as I balanced this with the requirements of full-time employment.

The department provides a stimulating environment for learning through a collective of inspiring staff, modules and other students.

This has provided me with a greater insight and understanding of numerous aspects of landscape, which I can now confidently progress into a professional setting.

I cannot speak highly enough of the department and the landscape management masters course and would encourage anyone considering it to do so.

The skills and experience I had previously combined with the knowledge I have learnt during my time at Sheffield has established a grounding in Landscape Architecture which I look forward to utilising as my career develops."

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