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Architecture, Landscape and Urbanism, MSc

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Full time | University of Greenwich (Greenwich Campus) | 1 year | 25-SEP-23

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Qualification type

MSc - Master of Science

Subject areas

Urban Studies Landscape Gardening Architectural Design

Course type


Course Summary

The MSc Advanced Landscape and Urbanism allows you to develop inventive approaches to the design of cities, landscape and territories - enhancing your academic and professional skills.

Designed for students of architecture, landscape architecture, engineering and related fields, this master's in landscape and urbanism addresses the growing influence of landscape on urban, social and ecological processes. You'll learn about the challenges facing contemporary cities, such as urban growth, climate change, and social inequality, encouraging you to consider future landscapes and cities with these issues in mind.

Benefit from access to our state-of-the-art Stockwell Street Building, which is equipped with design studios, a photography suite, film studios, and gallery spaces. You will also be ideally placed to visit London's galleries and landscape projects. The course will enable you to move straight into a career in architecture and urban design or go on to doctoral study.

Some MSc Architecture, Landscape and Urbanism graduates work in architecture, landscape architecture or urban design practice. Other graduates have joined government design and planning offices to develop urban strategies and policy. Some graduates have also followed further studies through doctorate research.


Future Representations is a course that introduces advanced representational techniques within their professional and theoretical contexts. Techniques of drawing, illustration, model making, moving image and interactive media are introduced to encourage cross-media experimentation, and to support the design studio projects. Students develop skills within the specific landscape, architecture, design and urbanism contexts. Future Representations requires students to complete specific tasks associated with established and advanced representational techniques. The assignments are closely associated with the development of the design studio projects. The students are then required to edit, contextualise and format the representations for digital publication.

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Entry requirements

You should have an honours degree at 2:2 or above in architecture, landscape architecture, engineering planning or a related discipline. Exceptionally, we will consider applicants from geography, ecology and social sciences.

Department profile

At the University of Greenwich, we’re proud that our students have ranked us in the WhatUni Student Choice Awards 2022 as the top university in the UK for postgraduate study. You'll learn from expert teaching staff with close connections to industry and prepare yourself for global opportunities. Whether you’re considering a taught Master’s degree or postgraduate research study, we offer a great place to study. Our strength is in our faculty’s...more

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