Weekly Masters newsletter | SIGN UP NOW Weekly Masters newsletter | SIGN UP NOW
Full time See Course Other Two years full time

About the course

Course description

  • The MSA is consistently ranked as one of the best schools of Architecture in the world.
  • The MLA is professionally accredited by the UK Landscape Institute and worldwide by the International Federation of Landscape Architects.
  • There are two routes through the MLA programme. Part-time options are available for both routes.
  • A 2-year full-time conversion route to the Master of Landscape Architecture is available if you hold a related degree. Part 1 runs from September to June and is 120 credits. Part 2 runs from September to September and is 180 credits.
  • A 1-year full-time Master of Landscape Architecture route is available if you hold a 2:2 or above undergraduate degree in Landscape Architecture (or accredited equivalent). It runs from September to September and is 180 credits.
  • Teaching is delivered by an experienced group of core landscape staff , complemented by a wide range of practitioners and academics from within and beyond the MSA.
  • As a Master of Landscape Architecture student at the Manchester School of Architecture, you will study a degree that is delivered jointly by The University of Manchester and Manchester Metropolitan University. Upon graduation, you will receive one degree certificate. The joint award certificate includes each institution's crest and awarding body title.
  • Make use of extensive libraries and specialist workshops at both MMU and The University of Manchester.
  • Access a dedicated MSA Advanced Digital Design team who provide workshops and tutorials covering all the essential software plus a range of more specialist programmes.
  • Take part in MSA Live , the MSA's annual programme of student-led live projects in MLA Part 1.
  • In MLA Part 2, become a member of one of our research-led ateliers alongside architecture students from the MArch and BA Architecture.
  • Exhibit your work in our annual degree show celebrating the achievements of students from across the MSA and School of Art.
  • Meet and get to know landscape practitioners during your course as tutors, at reviews, and during our range of MSA Employability events.

Aims

The MLA places emphasis on an understanding of landscape as a dynamic and adaptive phenomenon.

Read more about this course

Entry Requirements

Students eligible for the MLA will normally have a minimum of a second class degree in a closely related subject area. See website for details.


 Course Content

Visit institution website

Chat to a Student Ambassador

Our student ambassadors are the best people to tell you about what studying at The University of Manchester is like.

Chat to a student now

Open days


Where will I study?

Where is The University of Manchester
Search Suggestions

Based on your current searches we recommend the following search filters