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Bachelor of Landscape Architecture (Honours)
at University of New South Wales

Sydney, Australia

  • Tuition Fee AU$ 42,790
  • Country Rank#1
  • Duration48 Months
  • Score IELTS: 7 TOEFL: 94

Program Overview

The Bachelor of Landscape Architecture (Honours) at UNSW is a four-year full-time degree through which you’ll prepare for a career designing sustainable and beautiful environments.


As a landscape architect, you’ll become a creative problem solver, combining art and science to plan, design and manage environment that conserve and celebrate ecology, cultural values and symbolic associations. You’ll be equipped to work with cities and communities around the world, designing the open spaces of the future in response to issues such as urbanisation, migration, sustainability and climate change.


UNSW is the longest established, accredited Bachelor of Landscape Architecture program in Australia. You’ll learn with staff who are both leading researchers and practitioners as you explore design principles, graphic techniques, ecological processes and human modification of the environment.


Work experience is an essential part of this degree, meaning you’ll graduate with the theoretical knowledge, professional skills, and industry connections to launch a career with impact. 

Cost Of Studying At University of New South Wales

Interest rates as low as 8.9% *


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