The MSc Cultural Landscapes poses crucial ethical, theoretical and practical questions about the ways landscapes are used and managed in the contemporary world.
Joining a world-leading university, you'll spend time examining the relationships between people and the landscapes they inhabit. You will hone your research skills through a series of practical, field-based projects in local, regional and internationally renowned rural and urban landscapes including Ian Hamilton Findlay’s acclaimed Garden ‘Little Sparta’.
Throughout the programme, you will benefit from a series of talks and lectures from leading researchers and practitioners working at the cutting-edge of the field. And you will tailor your degree by selecting from one of four available thematic pathways including: Material Culture, Urban Landscapes, Digital Landscapes or Landscape and Representation.
The MSc Cultural Landscapes is a truly interdisciplinary degree. The programme combines approaches from contemporary art theory, cultural geography, architectural history, conservation and landscape architecture all of which ensure our graduates are well placed for careers in public art practice, heritage management, planning departments, conservation policy or for doctoral level research.
Edinburgh College of Art
Edinburgh College of Art combines world class facilities from the disciplines of art, design, architecture, landscape architecture, history of art and music. Our alumni include world renowned artists, designers, writers, musicians, architects and art historians. And, as part of the University of Edinburgh, our students qualify with a degree guaranteed by one of the world’s leading academic institutions.
University of Edinburgh
International Student Requirements:
If English is not your first language, you must have one of the following qualifications as evidence of your spoken and written English.
IELTS total 7.0 (at least 6.0 in each module)
Other accepted tests and scores
TOEFL-iBT: Total 100 (at least 20 in each module)
PTE(A): Total 67 (at least 56 in each of the "Communicative Skills" sections
CPE Grade B; CAE Grade A