Landscape Architecture MLA (LI accredited)

Kingston University London

Landscape Architecture MLA (LI accredited)

This course comprises a conversion year followed by a masters year and includes study visits and opportunities to collaborate on live projects with client and community engagement and working with experienced practitioners on site.

Design is at the heart of this course, with projects reflecting future opportunities for a landscape architect and forming part of your personal portfolio.

Live design projects will be reviewed by clients and may be the subject of community consultation. All design reviews are performed with the participation of leading landscape architects among the critics.

Reasons to choose Kingston University

  • The course can form the route to the professional Pathway to Chartership, an online tool measured against the LI Chartership syllabus.
  • The University has established local, European and international networks and the location offers opportunities for contemporary design projects.
  • You will work closely with architecture students in an art school environment using purpose-designed architecture studios, designed by Stirling Prize-winning architects Haworth Tompkins.

Entry Requirements

  • A 2:2 or above honours degree.
  • IELTS of 6.5 overall, with no element below 5.5.

     

Career Prospects

Examples of recent graduate destinations for this and similar courses include:

  • senior landscape architect ARUP Environmental
  • landscape architect Churchman Landscape Architects London
  • landscape architect Gustafson Porter London and Seattle
  • landscape architect Grant Associates Bath
  • associate director landscape architect AECOM
  • landscape architect HTA Design London
  • director Spacehub London

Course Details

The course begins with a series of intensive workshops with expert practitioners for rapid assimilation and application of key landscape architecture skills, techniques and knowledge.

The course includes study visits and opportunities to collaborate on live projects with client and community engagement.

Summer work experience and a critical case study engage students with an immediate context of practice and the opportunity for dialogue with practitioners in relation to projects on site.

Core Modules

Landscape Architecture: Primer
Landscape Architecture: Portfolio
Landscape Architecture Professional Practice: Design & Making
Landscape Architecture: Reading, Research and Narrative
Landscape Architecture: Thesis Project

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