The Landscape Institute accredit the courses in Landscape Architecture at the University of Gloucestershire each academic year as part of a four year (intercalated) Landscape Architecture programme; including the Honours Degree, with the Degree as an intermediate award and the Diploma as the intended exit award.
Landscape architects plan and design our natural and built environment, from national parks to city streets and squares, World Heritage sites to urban public plazas.
From environmentally sustainable business parks, housing schemes, hospital and education campuses, highways and flood alleviation corridors, their work is everywhere.
As the oldest accredited course in the UK, our programmes equip graduates with the knowledge and skills necessary to meet the challenges of the 21st century, when issues of sustainability and rapid environmental change are forcing developers to rethink their approaches at all scales.
You might work in the private sector, with multi-disciplinary teams in the UK or abroad, or in the public sector, using your knowledge and design skills to inform policy and planning decisions at a local, regional, national or international level.
Wherever you work you will have the confidence that you have graduated from a course with a longstanding reputation as one of the best in delivering high quality landscape architecture training.
Some of our modules
* Professional & Contextual Studies
* Landscape Design Studio
* Methods of Enquiry
* the oldest Landscape Institute accredited course in the UK
* a strong focus on sustainable design approaches
* active learning with real sites and clients for projects
* landscape architect or landscape planner
* designing or assessing a range of public and private schemes
* informing development policy
* academic progression requires two years post-graduation work experience before taking the Landscape Institutes chartership examinations to become a chartered practitioner