Applications for 2019-20 academic year are now open!
AA Landscape Urbanism offers:
- MASTER IN ARCHITECTURE MArch (16 months) and MASTER IS SCIENCE MSc ( 12 months) degree awards
- Access to latest knowledge on DESIGN & URBAN THEORY: concepts, processes and methodologies.
- Design framework based on LANDSCAPE AND ECOLOGY models
- Learning and development of NEW TECHNOLOGIES: digital simulations, interactive mapping, generative design.
- CRITICAL THINKING on planetary issues: climate change, water/food/land consumption, energy resources, urban and landscape resilience.
- Design integration with GEOGRAPHIC PRACTICES: cartography, geomorphology, human geography and mapping tools; and with ECONOMIC PRACTICES on developmental issues and policy.
- MULTIDISCIPLINAR cohorts, staff and students (architects, landscape architects, civil engineers, geographers, economists, critical thinkers, political ecologists, and earth scientists).
- FIELDTRIPS to UK and Europe as well as AA facilities in Dorset: Hooke Park, Campus.
MSc LANDSCAPE URBANISM (12 months)
Professional degree or diploma in architecture, landscape architecture, urbanism, urban planning, geography, engineering or other relevant discipline.
MArch LANDSCAPE URBANISM (16 months)
Five-year professional degree or diploma in architecture, landscape architecture, urbanism, urban planning, geography, engineering or other relevant disciplines.
Entry to the Landscape Urbanism Programme is made by completing an online Graduate School Application Form and submitting a design portfolio showing previous professional and academic experience (no larger than A4, and between ten and 30 pages, CDs are also accepted but must be accompanied by a printed hard copy). Please refer to Portfolio Guidelines page on AA site for further information.
Applicants are encouraged to visit the AA School and attend an interview with the Programme Staff. Appointments can be made through the Graduate School Admissions.
Please contact Imogen Evans on:
T +44 (0)20 7887 4067
All candidates are required to demonstrate proficiency in the English language. To meet both the AA and the Home Office / UKVI English language requirements you will need to have one of the acceptable language qualifications listed on the AA website. If your place is conditional on providing English language qualification this must be submitted by Friday 29 May 2015, prior to entry in Term 1. For further instructions on how to apply please visit AA Graduate Admissions page.