The University of Sheffield, UK is inviting applications for its MA Landscape Architecture course starting in September 2022.
Learn how to create places that protect the planet and improve the lives of the people who inhabit them with our two-year conversion course. Accredited by the Landscape Institute, member of the International Federation of Landscape Architect (IFLA).
This is a two-year conversion course for graduates who want to qualify and work as professional landscape architects. Whether you have a background in design or not, it will help you develop the skills needed for modern landscape architectural practice.
The first year provides a thorough grounding in the design, social, technical and scientific aspects of the landscape architecture profession. You’ll learn about the history and theory of landscapes, tackle a broad range of design projects and develop oral and visual communications skills.
The second year gives you the opportunity to specialise in landscape planning, design or management, or to take a cross-cutting approach combining more than one aspect. During the final project, you’ll work on a landscape architecture solution for a real-world site. At the end of the programme, the dissertation sees you investigate topical issues to push the limits of current knowledge, in the field of landscape architecture.
There are lectures, seminars, workshops, tutorials, critical feedback sessions, site visits and practicals.
Learning and Teaching take place in lecture theatre, studios and on site.
Duration – 2 years full time
Fee- Overseas (2022 annual fee) is £24,400
Eligibility – 3 or 4 year bachelor’s degree with a minimum of 60% or “first class” from a recognised university ideally in a subject related to landscape or design, for example ecology, geography, geology, architecture, engineering or fine art. Overall IELTS score of 6.5 with a minimum of 6.0 in each component, or equivalent.
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