University of Edinburgh

B.A. Landscape Architecture

University of Edinburgh
In Edinburgh

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Typology Bachelor's degree
Location Edinburgh (Scotland)
  • Bachelor's degree
  • Edinburgh (Scotland)
Description

Landscape Architecture is one of the professions responsible for the design of the built environment. It is an expression of our cultural and natural heritage and provides a dialogue at the interface between them. Landscape Architecture using both reason and imagination, is always conceived and realised in the context of material, environmental, social, cultural and historical parameters.

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Location

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Edinburgh (Midlothian/Edinburghshire)
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Centre For Population Health Sciences, Medical School, Teviot Place, EH8 9AG

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· Requirements

English Language Requirements IELTS Take IELTS test 6.5 CAE score 176(Grade B2) TOEFL iBT® test (read more) 92 IMPORTANT NOTE: The UK government confirmed new requirements for secure English language testing for visa and immigration purposes. Learn more

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PolinaTsvetkova
5.0 24/08/2018
What I would highlight: Everything is more expensive in Scotland than in France. and you take advantage of being in the country to visit and travel.
What could be improved: I can't say nothing.
Would you recommend this course?: Yes
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What you'll learn on the course

Design
Landscape Architecture
Architectural
Technology
Built Environment

Course programme

Course Content Year 1

Design work focuses on spatial concepts, exploration, function, planning and representation. You will also study drawing, IT, art and design, visual culture, physical geography, architectural and landscape history and landscape construction.

Year 2

Design work becomes more focused and complex. Courses in urban design and reclamation are taken. Studio work is supported by contextual and technical courses covering aspects of detailed design, built environment theory, living systems and temporal aspects.

Year 3

Design work complexity increases and focuses on urban regeneration. You will have an opportunity to take an elective offered from a suite of courses offered by Landscape Architecture, ESALA (Edinburgh School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture) or from the rest of the University of Edinburgh. In Semester 2 you will undertake a professional placement in a landscape architecture practice and study courses by distance learning. You will have the opportunity to apply for the new European Masters in Landscape Architecture (EMiLA) upon successful completion of third year. Please note that places on EMILA are limited to five each year. European Masters students will spend Semesters 1 and 4 in Edinburgh and Semesters 2 and 3 with two of our four prestigious European partners; The Ecole Nationale Superieure du Paysage (Versailles), Leibniz Universität (Hannover), Academie Van Bouwkunst (Amsterdam) and the Escola Tecnica d'Arquitectura de Barcelona. Each partner has different perspectives on Landscape Architecture as a profession, subject and design medium.

Year 4

Design work is advanced and focuses on increasingly self-directed courses. You will also complete a self-directed dissertation via a design or research route.

Courses include:

  • Architectural Design: In Place
  • Architectural Design: Any Place
  • Architectural History 2b: Culture & the City
  • Technology and Environment 2A: Building Environment
  • Technology and Environment 2B: Building Fabric
  • Architectural Design: Elements
  • Architectural History: Introduction to World Architecture
  • Technology and Environment: Principles
  • Architectural Design: Assembly
  • Architectural History: Revivalism to Modernism
  • Art and Design

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