You will get a deeper understanding of the relation between man and the environment and learn how to handle the processes of landscape change in the modern society. The campus of SLU Alnarp is located in the Öresund region close to Malmö and Copenhagen in one of the most vital regions of northern Europe with four universities nearby.
All the courses are delivered in English and the student population is a mixture of Swedish and international students. There is an international approach to assignments and literature at the programme, but you will get to know Scandinavia and the southern region of Sweden through projects and studies.
SLU's educations creates knowledge which contributes to the goals for sustainable development, both in Sweden and internationally.
Program code: LM006
Name: Landscape Architecture
Next start: autumn semester 2021
Study location: Alnarp
Programme scope: 2 year, 120 credits
Pace of study: Full-time
Teaching form: Normal teaching
Number of admission places: 25
Application code for international students: 81055
Application code for swedish students: 81073
Application deadline for international students: 1/15/2021
Application deadline for swedish students: 4/15/2021
Degree: Degree of Master (120 credits) of Science with a major in Landscape Architecture
Requirements: To be eligible for the Landscape Architecture - Master’s programme, the requirements are:
• General entry requirements: a Bachelor´s degree (undergraduate cycle) corresponding to a minimum of 180 credits
• Specific entry requirements: 90 credits specialisation in one of the following subjects/educational areas:
- Landscape Architecture
- Landscape Planning
- Built Environment
- Spatial Planning
- Landscape Science
- Environmental Science
- Civil Engineering
The specific admission requirements according to the above can also be fulfilled by those having corresponding qualifications from a foreign degree or if corresponding qualifications have been obtained in alternative ways.
In addition, knowledge corresponding to English 6 (Swedish secondary school) is required. This is according to a local SLU decision fulfilled by those who have a degree comprising at least 180 credits at first cycle level from a Swedish higher educational institute or 120 credits completed studies at SLU. English 6 can also be achieved in other ways, which are specified at universityadmissions.se.
For entry to the different courses included within the programme, the specific entry requirements prescribed for each individual course apply.
Please Note: Later in the program some courses may require an approved portfolio. Read more in Syllabus.
It is further recommended that the applicant has knowledge and skills corresponding to at least 15 credits from studio/project courses in landscape architecture.
The courses offered in this programme represent a broad range of subjects within the field Landscape Architecture. The education is based on contemporary and international theories in Landscape Architecture, but also on research and knowledge developed at the campus in relation with practise and the profession. You can for example find courses in open space design, in urban and rural landscape planning or in horticultural and dynamic vegetation design.
Besides these directions, you can also combine different types of courses to develop your own profile according to your own preferences and interests. The education uses a combination and synthesis of skill training and relevant theoretical input. You will use different computer programmes adapted for planning, design, analysis and presentation in the courses.
After one and half years of courses the studies end with a Master's project (thesis) during one semester, where you independently plan and carry out a theoretical and practical project.
Students on the programme are automatically admitted to the first courses of the semester:
As of the 2nd semester, some courses are elective. This means that students apply for courses for each semester at www.universityadmissions.se.
In addition to being admitted to the programme, students need an approved portfolio for some of the courses. The eligibility requirements are described in the course syllabuses.
The following courses have a portfolio requirement:
The course schedule shows which courses are offered and when. The course schedule and the programme syllabus are available on the programme page.
This education programme will give you a strong platform and the accurate tools for a forthcoming professional career within the field. Depending on your own country’s policy on professional certification, as well as the subject of your bachelor’s degree, you may be able to work as an urban planner, landscape designer or landscape manager, or in another profession that is based on knowledge about contemporary society and landscape development, sometimes in competition with professions such as landscape architects or architects.
Campus Alnarp is located in a large park surrounded by agricultural fields close to the sea between Malmö and Lund in southern Sweden. There is so much for students to explore here. Apart from all the activities on campus, you will also have access to the cities of Malmö, Lund and Copenhagen. Campus Alnarp’s study programmes focus on landscaping, horticulture, and agriculture and silviculture in southern Sweden. The campus has computer rooms, a restaurant, café, landscaping and horticultural laboratories, and a library with thousands of digital journals, databases and three kilometres of printed materials. The student unions organise many activities, ranging from weekly coffee-drinking get-togethers to comedy sketches and proms.
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