The UTS Master of Landscape Architecture is the only postgraduate landscape architecture degree available in Sydney, challenging students to answer the complex questions that face our global contemporary cities and landscapes.
How does Landscape Architecture shape our future cities?
As a student you will participate in a range of projects that actively address the critical role of landscape architecture in shaping our cities. These projects will cover a range of issues from urban densification and climate change to declining resource supply and habitat destruction.
Engage with landscape industry professionals
Working in practice-based studios, students have the opportunity to collaborate with practitioners and experts in the area of urban landscape design.
Build on your specialist knowledge
Master of Landscape Architecture students will graduate with a range of advocacy, political and professional agency, project management and financial skills in order tackle contemporary issues in local and global contexts.
Your career in Landscape
Students graduating from the Master of Landscape Architecture will have a range of career options such as: landscape architect, urban designer, researcher, land management professional, regional planner, educator and policymaker.
Watch this (Public) Space
Course Director from UTS Landscape Architecture, Simon Kilbane, explains how Sydney’s The Goods Line may be the catalyst of how we reinvigorate overlooked or forgotten spaces within Australian cities. Image credit: ASPECT Studios.
Information for international students
Find out about support services, the Australian education system, accommodation and more to help you get the most out of your study at UTS.
Postgraduate Info Evening
Speak to academic staff and have all your questions answered about the Master of Planning at an upcoming Postgraduate Information Evening.