Category Archives: STUDENT & COURSE NEWS

Adrian Philips visiting speaker

On Tuesday, 28th of November, we had the pleasure and honour to host Adrian Phillips as guest speaker for the module of Environment and Legislation.  Adrian has a great and long experience as consultant on conservation and environmental topics, in particular

Adrian Philips visiting speaker

On Tuesday, 28th of November, we had the pleasure and honour to host Adrian Phillips as guest speaker for the module of Environment and Legislation.  Adrian has a great and long experience as consultant on conservation and environmental topics, in particular

Congratulations to the 2017 graduates in Landscape Architecture

Luc Jones receives the Landscape Institute Southwest Prize from LISW Chair Sarah Jones-Morris, Ahmed Al-Rawas was awarded an MA in Landscape Architecture, Gareth Weeks and Toby Kircaldie were awarded BA (Hons) Landscape Architecture. Congratulations to all our students on successfully

Congratulations to the 2017 graduates in Landscape Architecture

Luc Jones receives the Landscape Institute Southwest Prize from LISW Chair Sarah Jones-Morris, Ahmed Al-Rawas was awarded an MA in Landscape Architecture, Gareth Weeks and Toby Kircaldie were awarded BA (Hons) Landscape Architecture. Congratulations to all our students on successfully

THEi students start their MA at UoG

UG Programme Leader (L) and Head of School Angus Pryor (R) welcome our first students from Hong Kong’s THEi to our MA Landscape Architecture Programme.

THEi students start their MA at UoG

UG Programme Leader (L) and Head of School Angus Pryor (R) welcome our first students from Hong Kong’s THEi to our MA Landscape Architecture Programme.

Rewilding the City

Recent MA graduate Cat Thomas presenting her research on Wilding the Future City to postgraduate students on the Urban Futures module.

Rewilding the City

Recent MA graduate Cat Thomas presenting her research on Wilding the Future City to postgraduate students on the Urban Futures module.

Visit to the ‘hidden’ walled garden, Museum in the Park, Stroud

The latest visit of the professional practice module was to the recently restored walled garden within the Museum in the Park, Stroud. We were met by Ann Taylor of the museum and Rachael Austin who was responsible for the design

Visit to the ‘hidden’ walled garden, Museum in the Park, Stroud

The latest visit of the professional practice module was to the recently restored walled garden within the Museum in the Park, Stroud. We were met by Ann Taylor of the museum and Rachael Austin who was responsible for the design

Allan Mitchell at THEI in Hong Kong

Allan Mitchell, undergraduate Course Leader for Landscape Architecture, recently visited THEI in Hong Kong to sign a collaborative partnership – see photo above. This encourages and develops the relationship between the courses with exciting opportunities for students and staff in the

Allan Mitchell at THEI in Hong Kong

Allan Mitchell, undergraduate Course Leader for Landscape Architecture, recently visited THEI in Hong Kong to sign a collaborative partnership – see photo above. This encourages and develops the relationship between the courses with exciting opportunities for students and staff in the