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What is Landscape Architecture (Conversion) MA?Build upon your existing skills within a highly professional environment, on a course recognised by the International Federation of Landscape Architects and accredited by the Landscape Institute.You’ll actively acquire the practical skills and knowledge that underpin the landscape architecture industry in the 21st century. Studying philosophical aspects of the discipline, exploring influential landscapes and working on live private and public
What is Landscape Architecture (Conversion) MA?
Build upon your existing skills within a highly professional environment, on a course recognised by the International Federation of Landscape Architects and accredited by the Landscape Institute.
You’ll actively acquire the practical skills and knowledge that underpin the landscape architecture industry in the 21st century. Studying philosophical aspects of the discipline, exploring influential landscapes and working on live private and public sector briefs will increase your confidence and expertise. With a long-standing reputation and excellent links to industry and professional bodies -plus a strong emphasis on sustainability - this course provides an excellent foundation upon which to build a dynamic career.
Graduates from this course can go on to work in:
private, public and charity sectors.
landscape architecture in private practice or in public and charity sectors,
Students joining the University of Gloucestershire will be able to become an integral component of a creative, professional community of 1,000 postgraduate students, 2,000 staff and an alumni network of 40,000 graduates.
The University has a growing reputation for its high level of satisfied students and excellent teaching. The university strives to be outward-looking and is intensively engaged in partnerships with local industry to enrich students’ learning and boost their career prospects.
The University of Gloucestershire is spread across three different campuses across the beautiful regency town of Cheltenham and the historically rich, vibrant city of Gloucester. Gloucestershire is centrally located in the United Kingdom, with Birmingham, Bristol and London accessible via train or bus.