The Faculty of Landscape Architecture, Horticulture and Crop Production Science (LTV faculty) is mainly located in Alnarp, in the centre of Sweden’s most dynamic agricultural, horticultural and food producing region, within a stone’s throw from the ocean.
Campus Alnarp is close to the student towns of Malmö and Lund, and to the metropolitan life in Copenhagen.
But the faculty also has part of its education and research in landscape architecture at SLU in Uppsala.
There is a broad network of contacts thanks to extensive collaboration projects with industry, authorities and organisations.
Short facts about the LTV faculty
Doctoral students: 84
Turnover: SEK 569 million, external financing degree 45%
(From the annual report of 2020.)
Education has long traditions in Alnarp. There has been higher education here in landscape, garden and agriculture for a long time. The place with its historical environment combined with greenery and modern teaching attracts many new students. Currently, approximately 1,200 students are studying on campus.
Study programmes offered at SLU Alnarp
The following programmes are given in Swedish:
- Agricultural and Rural Management (3 years)
- Horticultural Management – Gardening and Horticultural Production (3 years)
- Horticultural Management – Design (3 years)
- Landscape Architect, Alnarp and Uppsala (5 years) Note - courses at advanced level are taught in English
- Landscape Engineer, Alnarp and Uppsala (3 years)
Master's level (2-year programmes)
The following programmes are given in English, except "Hållbar stadsutveckling" and "Skogsbruk med många mål"
- Food and Landscape - NEW 2021
- Horticultural Science
- Landscape Architecture
- Landscape Architecture for Sustainable Urbanisation, Ultuna
- Outdoor Environments for Health and Well-being (part-time studies possible, distance learning with meetings)
- Hållbar stadsutveckling (in Swedish)/Sustainable Urban Management. Given in cooperation with Malmö University.
- Skogsbruk med många mål (in Swedish)
- Plant Biology for Sustainable Production
- Sustainable Food Systems
More links about studies
Contact person regarding education at the LTV faculty
Annica Thomsson, Education Officer
firstname.lastname@example.org, 040-41 50 03, 073-059 54 66
The doctoral education at the LTV faculty is conducted in the fields of landscape architecture, horticultural science, agricultural science, technology and biology.
- Read more about the faculty's doctoral education on the staff web
- Read more about SLU's doctoral education and research schools
Contact person regarding doctoral education at the LTV faculty
Åsa Lankinen, Vice Dean, responsible for education at doctoral level (PhD)
email@example.com, 040-41 53 67
The LTV faculty has a long tradition of research in landscape architecture, horticulture and plant production science. A subject area that has been added recently within the faculty regards animal environment and building function.
The global challenge is to provide the world's growing population with food, clean water, fiber, materials and energy, using sustainable methods. The research at the LTV faculty contributes in many ways to the emergence of a bio-based economy.
More about the research is described on the LTV departments' web pages.
Contact persons regarding research at the LTV faculty
Lena Ekelund Axelson, Vice Dean, responsible for research in food and horticulture, firstname.lastname@example.org, 040-41 50 79
Tomas Österman, Research Officer, email@example.com, tel. 040-41 50 37
Collaboration with the surrounding society is one of the university's fundamental missions, and the LTV faculty is a brilliant example of intensive collaboration and interaction with the surrounding society.
Contact person regarding collaboration at the LTV faculty
Kristina Santén, External Collaboration Coordinator,
Unit for Collaboration and Development
firstname.lastname@example.org, tel: 073-020 9088
SLU's Environmental Monitoring and Assessment meets society's need for decision support, including support for Sweden's national environmental objectives and international environmental cooperation.
The LTV faculty is responsible for one of SLU's twelve environmental monitoring programmes, the Built environment programme. The focus of the programme is the city and its environment. The results are intended to help in the achievement of the Sweden's environmental quality objective "Good Built Environment" as well as Sweden's international commitments on urban and peri-urban environments.
Contact persons regarding environmental monitoroing and assessment at the LTV faculty
Karl Lövrie, Deputy Dean, LTV faculty
email@example.com, 040-415439, 073-0242261
Harald Klein, coordinator of the Built environment programme
firstname.lastname@example.org, 0706-25 80 17
Special resources at the LTV faculty
We have many unique resources at the LTV faculty - ranging from laboratories, climate chambers to the entire Alnarp park. You are warmly welcome to visit our facilities, or to visit the resources' websites.