The top rated Landscape Architecture Department in the UK with 97% graduate employment

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World renowned researchers and practitioners developing the next generation of Landscape Architects to create lasting, functional and inspirational places.

Changing climate, changing gardens?

The changing climate will have a big impact on the way we garden. Dr Ross Cameron has helped to co-author the RHS' report 'Gardening in a Changing Climate', which looks at ways we can manage these changes.

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Department of Landscape to create climate change garden at RHS Chatsworth

The Department of Landscape is to create a garden that will show how gardens could change in the future, at the first RHS Chatsworth Flower Show in June.

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New centre aims to put nature at the heart of urban design

The Centre for Designed Ecology, based in the Department of Landscape, will take a fresh approach to 'Green Infrastructure' to create healthy cities and liveable places.

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No ordinary classroom

In a dynamic studio setting, our students learn to create inspirational, yet functional places that improve the environment and people’s lives.

Undergraduate> Postgraduate> Landscape Institute accreditation >
Landscape Architecture Courses
The Arts Tower studio

The results are in...

..and we’re proud to have 100% employment, 91% student satisfaction and be top ranked Landscape Architecture Department in the REF.

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Shaping the world

We care about the world we live in. Our partnerships are tackling global problems, improving social cohesion and biodiversity.

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Park Square roundabout, Sheffield


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3rd years explore Reykjavkik on field trip
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