- A two-year, 300 credit programme, accredited by the Landscape Institute and leading to an internationally recognised qualification in a fast growing profession
- The full two year programme provides a conversion course for graduates of related subject areas
- Graduates of accredited UK undergraduate landscape courses, or international equivalents, may gain direct entry to Part 2 of the course for their final year of study
- Part 1 provides a broad foundation in the discipline, and supports the development of core design and communication skills
- Part 2 promotes the exploration of individual design practice through experimental studio work as well as individual research
- An integrated work placement and opportunities for inter-disciplinary collaborations
- Teaching is delivered by experienced group of core staff, complemented by a wide range of practitioners and academics
- A study tour and site visits give students direct experience of a range of landscape projects both implemented and on site
- As a Master of Landscape Architecture student of Manchester School of Architecture, you will study a degree that is delivered jointly by The University of Manchester and Manchester Metropolitan University. You will therefore benefit from the facilities and resources of both institutions such as libraries, computer suites, making and media workshops and much more. Upon successful completion of your studies you will receive one degree certificate. The joint award certificate includes each institution’s crest and awarding body title.
2 years full-time
4 years part-time
Students with a good honours degree in Landscape Architecture may enter directly into Part 2 of the programme (1 year full-time or 2 years part-time).