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Masters degrees in Landscape Architecture provide the training and qualifications necessary to design, create and maintain exterior spaces, from national landmarks and public parks to agricultural developments and nature reserves.
These qualifications are often quite practical, with a strong vocational element and associated work experience placements. Programmes can also be research-based, focussing on the development of new methods and approaches to support practical work.
Many qualifications in these fields are professionally accredited. This means that they will entitle you to work in regulated careers.
In the UK, a Masters in Landscape Architecture should normally be recognised by the Landscape Institute in order to qualify you for professional practice. Programmes without specific accreditation will still provide useful skills and theoretical knowledge, but you should confirm that your course is suitable for your intended career path.
Your employment prospects with a Masters in Landscape Architecture are quite varied. You may end up as part of a large team for a major property developer, help support conservation and heritage management at a specific site, or be self-employed as a private contractor.
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This course is designed to increase the student's professional skills in the theoretical and practical aspects of landscape architecture so providing access to a range of employment opportunities including chartership of the Landscape Institute. Read more
If you don't have a degree in Landscape Architecture, this MA conversion course offers an opportunity to take the first steps in becoming a Chartered member of the Landscape Institute. Read more
A new programme in "Landscape Architecture - Land Landscape Heritage" (Laurea Magistrale) will be offered at Politecnico di Milano from the 2017/2018 academic year. Read more
The Master of Landscape Architecture (MLA) is a postgraduate programme that provides professional landscape architecture education for graduates with a bachelor's degree with honours other than landscape architecture/garden design who wish to become professional landscape architects. Read more
In the urbanised landscape we inhabit, every part has been designed or at least influenced by human beings. Take a broad view or look in detail and you will see a complex living organism that is the canvas for landscape architecture. Read more
This programme is professionally accredited by the Landscape Institute and provides students with professionally focused landscape architectural skills and a critical awareness of the context of contemporary landscape architecture practice. Read more
The Postgraduate Diploma in Landscape Architecture (PGDipLA) programme embraces aspects of the science, planning, design, creation and management of landscape in both urban and rural environments, and at all scales, for example, from a small garden to an urban centre and then regional scale. Read more
Doing your postgraduate degree at the Faculty of Liberal Arts and Sciences is your opportunity to study in one of London’s highest rated and most inspiring learning institutions.
The university’s degree programs at Parsons School of Design, The New School for Social Research, and other esteemed graduate institutes offer endless opportunities for creative, curious, and critical minds.