Bachelor in Landscape architecture or other related studies
Shaping livable spaces is the goal of landscape architecture. It is concerned with planning, designing and managing functional, attractive, and future-proof spaces that respond to human as well as ecological needs. In this study programme we will address some of the planet’s most urgent issues; climate change, environmental deterioration, natural hazards, regional conflicts, poverty and migration.
The programme offers unique opportunities of studying and designing contested landscapes and territories. Contested landscape and territories are the object of contention or competition; human beings struggle for it.
The programme contains a sequence of three studio courses that apply a critical question-driven approach. Constant exchange of diverse disciplinary backgrounds and perspectives within participants will be encouraged and supported.
This programme is taught in English. See the full programme description in the English version of the programme.