Landscape Architecture at the School of Life Sciences accredited by IFLA Europe


The Landscape Architecture programme at the Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the Warsaw University of Life Sciences (SGGW) has received the prestigious Recognition of Landscape Architecture programme, awarded by the International Federation of Landscape Architecture Europe (IFLA Europe).

The programme offered at the degree programme is in line with the latest training trends for young landscape architects at other European universities. This distinction increases the attractiveness of the course, both for Polish and foreign students.

Landscape Architecture is an interdisciplinary technical-natural-artistic faculty. The studies allow students to gain skills in designing and managing space and landscape. The study programme includes such subjects as: design of architecture and landscape objects, drawing and sculpture, wood science, herbaceous plants, history of garden art, mathematics, descriptive geometry, plant biology, ecology, construction of landscape architecture objects, care of landscape architecture objects.

Higher education