At the crossroads between art, architecture and life sciences, the training in landscape architecture prepares students to think of landscape and spaces or territories that compose it as a limited resource and learns how to design, plan and manage urban and rural environments with a view to sustainable development and the well-being of populations.

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A unique university training in French-speaking Belgium.

The bachelor's and master's programmes in landscape architecture are organised as a joint degree between Gembloux Agro-Bio Tech-University of Liege, ISIa Gembloux-Haute-Ecole Charlemagne, and the Faculty of Architecture La Cambre-Horta-ULB.

This unique collaboration offers a real multidisciplinary training, combined with the expertise, know-how and international reputation of these three institutions.

1st Cycle

Bachelor’s Degrees

180 ECTS

The Bachelor's degree aims to acquire landscape reflexes of territory reading.

Bachelor curriculum


Master’s degree

120 ECTS

In the master's degree, the student learns to synthesise the concepts covered in the bachelor's degree, to cross the temporal, spatial, cultural, scientific and societal dimensions.

Master curriculum

Project pedagogy is central to training.
The "project" exercise can take several forms and time frames and have diversified pedagogical objectives. The topics covered are related to theoretical and practical training.

More on the project

Landscape architecture website


More about the structure of studies

Study information

Ariane Dukers

+32 (0)81 62 22 65

Passage des Déportés, 2 – 5030 Gembloux I Bâtiment 9

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