RMIT University
RMIT University
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Bachelor of Landscape Architectural Design

Bachelor Degree

Course description

Duration
3 years
Study mode
On-campus
Next start date
February
  • Kick-start your career in landscape design as a Site Designer, Park and Recreational Designer or in restoration.
  • Learn from industry acclaimed and award winning landscape architects throughout your study.
  • Gain access to international internships as well as international university exchanges in Germany, Spain, the United Kingdom and across Asia.

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Campus options

1 campus available

CampusStudy modeDurationNext start date
Melbourne City

On-campus (full-time)

3 years

February

Course details

Entry requirements
Year 12 (senior secondary certificate)
LocationVictoria
Next start dateFebruary
Duration3 years
Study modeOn-campus
Education institutionRMIT University
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Student reviews of Architecture and Urban Design courses

Student reviews of RMIT University courses
25
Student review published September 2018
Completion date2014
Study modeOn-campus
Lecturers are from the industry so you know they know what they are talking about. Would definitely recommend over the Bachelor.
Student review published August 2018
Completion date2014
Study modeOn-campus
The materials and content for this course were great. The teacher’s were very knowledgable and all worked in the industry. The amount of self directed learning or project outcomes were sometimes unrealistic given that the skills had not be tought required had not been covered in the course. This course is intensive though I really enjoyed it and got a lot out of it.
Student review published August 2018
CourseBachelor of Landscape Architecture
Completion date2017
Study modeOn-campus
The Bachelour of landscape architecture is an amazing course if you are interested in the area. You must be dedicated and interested in landscaping and design to succeed. The teachers and lectures were great and so helpful. When applying for a job however there was no assistance.
Student review published August 2018
CourseMaster of Architecture
Completion date2008
Study modeOn-campus
There wasn’t enough practical experience like work experience and the software programs taught were not sought after in the work place
Student review published August 2018
CourseMaster of Architecture
Completion date2016
Study modeOn-campus
RMIT definitely provides the technical experience in architectural software programs that will provide you the necessary skills in the workplace. However the program which is related to the workplace e.g. Professional Practice can be abit dry and seem redundants. The overall architecture program at RMIT mainly focuses on the design aspect and requires you to learn the necessary software and technical skills at your own pace and is only taught in the bachelor program which mainly focuses on programs like Rhino (Revit which is mainly used in the workforce is totally ignored). VISUAL/ Verbal presentation skills and articulation of your own coursework is what you're gonna get out of the design studios which is RMIT's architecture main driving course and selling point in getting more students to study architecture at RMIT.
Student review published July 2018
CourseMaster of Urban Planning and Environment
Completion date2017
Study modeOnline
Fantastic course, the online option was great for maintaining full time work while studying. Also took an intensive subject overseas which were offered every year which was a wonderful experience as well.
Student review published July 2018
CourseMaster of Urban Planning and Environment
Completion dateN/A
Study modeOn-campus
RMIT has the right balance between theory and practicality. I studied in UniMelb prior to my transferring to RMIT, despite having a better world ranking, Unimelb didnt provide me that support. Some academics are good, some are average. I learned under Prof Michael Buxton. His humility and ability to come down to the students' level is really the reason why i loved it
Student review published July 2018
CourseBachelor of Urban and Regional Planning
Completion dateN/A
Study modeOn-campus
Very good experience as I have obtained knowledge and a great position.
Student review published July 2018
CourseMaster of Urban Planning and Environment
Completion dateN/A
Study modeOn-campus
I liked it although I'd prefer more ability to choose electives rather than be tied to too many compulsory units.
Student review published July 2018
CourseMaster of Urban Planning and Environment
Completion date2018
Study modeBlended
The program allows flexibility in study mode and topics, providing opportunities to tailor the course to suit your interests. I completed 3/4 of it online and the rest as an internal student. The online platform is well organised and does well to engage students. I tailored the course to focus on social planning and community engagement. The course also provides multiple opportunities to participate in Global Study Programs, which provide a hands-on and enhanced learning environment for many focus areas. The lecturers/tutors are well versed in their fields, either as academics or industry professionals and are excellent at promoting critical thinking and discussion. Many units also engaged guest lecturers to present different opinions and knowledge on particular issues. I would highly recommend this program for people entering the planning field or wanting to expand their knowledge.

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Entry requirements

Year 12 or equivalent; Units 3 and 4 and a study score of at least 25 in English (other than EAL); folio
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Bachelor of Landscape Architectural Design

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