"You will be immersed in three very different environments, enriching your perspectives on Landscape Architecture and your development as a practitioner."

Outline

Introduction

The European Masters in Landscape Architecture, otherwise known as EMiLA was launched in 2013.  The programme brings together five internationally renowned schools of Landscape Architecture who centre their pedagogy on the development of world leading design thinking.

EMiLA students spend their first and fourth semesters at their home school, and the second and third semesters studying Landscape Architecture at two of the EMiLA partner institutions in Europe. As an EMiLA student, you will be immersed in three very different environments, enriching your perspectives on Landscape Architecture and your development as a practitioner. You will gain from studying Landscape Architecture from technical, artistic and ecological perspectives, as well as through a wide range of scales in both urban and rural environments.

EMiLA graduates are sought after across a wide spectrum of practice contexts in Europe and have gone on to take up positions in some of Europe’s leading design practices.

The EMiLA schools

  • École Nationale Supérieure de Paysage, Versailles (France)
  • Edinburgh School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture, University of Edinburgh (UK)
  • Fakultat fur Landschaft, Leibniz Universitat Hannover (Germany)
  • Academie van Bouwkunst, Amsterdam (The Netherlands)
  • Éscola Technica Superior d’ Arquitectura de Barcelona, (Spain)
  • Find out more on the EMiLA website

 

Co-funded by the European Commission

How to apply and entrance requirements

If you'd like to study on a postgraduate programme at Edinburgh College of Art, you must apply through EUCLID, our online application system. You can find out how to do this on the University of Edinburgh website, where you'll also be able to:

  • see detailed entrance requirements for each programme on the Degree Finder
  • get information on what to expect after you apply
  • find out about study modes, start dates and fees
  • find out if, and how, you need to submit a portfolio, showreel or research proposal
  • find out where to go for further advice and guidance

Take me to the University of Edinburgh website on how to apply for postgraduate study


Staff

Lisa MacKenzie

Senior Lecturer, Landscape Architecture

Email: l.mackenzie@ed.ac.uk

Tel: +44 (0)131 651 5797


Facilities and resources

Welding torches, a forge, forming and shaping tools, and a 1-ton gantry crane with access to main workshop areas.

This large wood workshop hosts a huge range of machinery and hand tools for the cutting, shaping, and general fabrication of woods, as well as metals, plastics, and cardboard.

Students at the University of Edinburgh have access to a range of library resources across the campus and online.

We have model workshops in both the Hunter Building and Minto House. Here you can work with machinery and hand tools for the cutting, shaping, and general fabrication of woods and metals.


Scholarships and bursaries

Andrew Grant Postgraduate Scholarships

  • Deadline: 1 March 2021
  • Value: £10,000
  • Eligibility: **Applications opening soon.**
    Scholarships available for one academic year of postgraduate Masters study at Edinburgh College of Art.



Contact

Edinburgh College of Art Postgraduate Admissions

Email: cahss.pgadmissions@ed.ac.uk
Tel: +44 (0)131 650 4086