Reaseheath College students interested in a career in Landscape Architecture discovered the options available to them at an informative careers event on campus.  

Craig Bailey, Programme Leader for the BSc (Hons) Landscape Architecture degree offered at University Centre Reaseheath, spoke about what students would learn if they progressed onto the three-year degree, including topics such as environmental science, planning, historical conservation and green infrastructure. 

The students also enjoyed a practical session and heard about the variety of rewarding roles available to landscape architecture graduates, such as a landscape architect, greenspace manager, landscape contract manager, historic landscape consultant and more. 

The attendees also heard three guest speakers, who all studied Landscape Architecture courses at University Centre Reaseheath, explain more about this rewarding industry and what they went on to do after graduating. You can hear their stories by watching the videos below. 

Did you know?  

If you complete a Level 3 programme at Reaseheath College and then directly move to a full-time or part-time Higher Education programme at UCR (directly funded full-time home students only) you will receive a £1,000 bursary in your first academic year, paid in two instalments. Students must maintain an average attendance of over 90% to receive the award. 

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Find out more about studying BSc (Hons) Landscape Architecture 

Are you interested in exploring your passion for Landscape Architecture with a degree at University Centre Reaseheath too? 

The curriculum for the BSc (Hons) Landscape Architecture degree is innovative and inspiring, built around the core principles of sustainability, function and conservation. 

As an undergraduate on the course, you will have lots of opportunities to work in a state-of-the-art commercial production unit, design studios, hydroponic glasshouse and new vertical farming centre.

If you would like to gain valuable insights and experiences  through field strips, guest speakers and our close relationships with industry, to help ensure parks, open spaces and estates are managed and cared for as an integral part of our shared, sustainable future, this is the course for you.

For more information, please visit the Landscape Architecture course page of University Centre Reaseheath’s website, or attend an upcoming taster day by registering at Open Days at UCR