Landscape architecture is emerging as one of the most promising disciplines of the built environment for which the Netherlands has a good global reputation. Landscape architects work on the planning and design of residential, industrial, recreational, agricultural, natural and infrastructural landscapes.
They are employed by agencies specialising in landscape architecture, and by interdisciplinary architecture, urbanism and engineering firms. Government agencies also employ landscape architects in planning, design and policymaking positions and as project leaders and researchers (graduate school). Graduates are well placed to find employment in these fields.
Register for the title of Landscape Architect
To obtain the right to use the title of Architect, Urban Designer or Landscape Architect after having graduated from the MSc programme in question you are required to first complete a two-year period of professional experience. To become eligible for registration as a Landscape Architect, you are required to complete a sufficient amount of Landscape Architecture courses in your bachelor and master, as well as to complete the two-year period of professional experience. Read more