The Bartlett School of Architecture


Landscape Architecture MA/MLA Virtual Open Event

15 May 2023, 3:00 pm–5:00 pm

multiple raised platforms of landscape cross-sections

Our two creative and reflective Landscape Architecture programmes consider interventions in the landscape through imaginative design, strategic thinking and technical knowledge.

This event is free.

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With design-led teaching and learning, these two Master's programmes allow students to progress towards a career as a landscape architect. Students work to put their theories into practice from week one, researching through speculative design. 

Landscape Architecture is available to study in two degrees at The Bartlett, taught over either one or two years: 

  • Landscape Architecture MLA is taught full-time over two years, acting as a conversion programme for students without a landscape architecture undergraduate degree
  • Landscape Architecture MA is taught full-time over one year, for students who already have a UK landscape architecture undergraduate degree, or an overseas qualification of an equivalent standard 

Find out more about The Bartlett School of Architecture's Landscape Architecture MA/MLA in this virtual open event. You will get the opportunity to learn more about the programme, ask questions, explore student work via a digital exhibition tour, and hear from Programme Directors Laura Allen and Mark Smout, as well as a number of Landscape Architecture students, on what it is like to study at The Bartlett.

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Image: 'Reciprocal Landscapes' by Na Zhang, Landscape Architecture MLA, Year 2, Design Studio 4