Landscape Architecture and Garden Design - Writtle University College

Landscape Architecture and Garden Design

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If you are looking for a course starting this September, visit our Clearing page or speak to one of our knowledgeable and helpful advisors to discuss your options.

Email: admissions@writtle.ac.uk
Telephone: 01245 424200 / 01245 424250

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Campus Tour Events

Our Campus Tour Events are for those who are looking for a Degree course starting this September.

These events give an ideal opportunity to take a general campus tour of our facilities, in addition to getting university information from our friendly staff.

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Landscape Architecture and Garden Design are rich and diverse interdisciplinary subjects drawing on traditions of art, architecture, landscape, history and ecology. We work across a broad spectrum of landscape scales in both urban and rural environments. Our exciting courses develop a solid foundation in landscape and garden studies, offering a range of pathways for you to enter the landscape profession. You will be encouraged to express your own ideas and concepts through individual research proposals, presentations, design portfolios and exhibition work, so you are 'industry-ready' when you graduate.

The courses apply theory and sustainable technologies to gardens, landscapes and the built environment as part of social and ecological approaches to a constantly changing and challenging world. Research-focused and practically-applied modules are underpinned by professional practice studies. You will engage with 'live' projects and real clients, which will ensure your learning is meaningful and authentic. You will be taught and advised by those practising in the professions of landscape architecture and garden design.