As a Master of Engineering, the International Master of Landscape Architecture (IMLA) stands for a strong practical orientation. The following module contents form the pillars of the programme:
- Landscape as System strengthens the systemic understanding of landscape.
- Planning and Project Management imparts competences in the field of project organisation and management and the development of participatory planning processes.
- Information Technologies in Planning and Design stands for the integrative application of modern digital technologies and tools.
- Planning and Design Methods reflects current theories, scientific methods and practical instruments of Landscape Architecture.
- International Planning and Design provides an overview of European planning systems and internationally successful design approaches.
- Projects (Planning and Design Studios) offer the opportunity to creatively apply and further develop what has been learned in current planning and design tasks.
The study projects are closely interlinked with the other modules. Master's thesis and elective modules offer individual opportunities to deepen your studies. You can benefit from international online seminars with lecturers from all over Europe. Advanced e-learning methods support and complement your effective and self-determined studies.
The degree programme is accredited according to the standards of the German Accreditation Association for Degree Programmes in Architecture and Planning (ASAP). It complies with the guidelines of the EFLA Education Policy Document valid throughout Europe and the globally valid guidelines of the UNESCO/UIA Charter of Architectural Education.
More information on the IMLA homepage