A multidisciplinary training program combining art, science, technology and culture
Students will become professionals involved in all aspects of the creation, design, planning and management of urban and rural landscapes, with a view to sustainable development and the well-being of populations.
A university training program unique in French-speaking Belgium
- 1 transition bachelor I 180 credits + 1 master I 120 credits
1st CycleBachelor’s Degrees
2nd CYCLEMaster’s degree
A co-degree program organised by 3 institutions:
- Gembloux Agro-Bio Tech - University of Liège
- Charlemagne Agro Campus de Gembloux - Haute Ecole Charlemagne
- la Cambre Horta Faculty of Architecture - Université Libre de Bruxelles
Courses at 3 locations:
- In Gembloux, on the Gembloux Agro-Bio Tech and Charlemagne Agro campuses
- In Brussels, on the ULB campuses
This unique collaboration offers real multidisciplinary training, combined with the expertise, know-how and international renown of these three institutions.
Project-based teaching at the heart of training
Throughout the training program, the project workshop is the central pedagogical activity where all the subjects taught are integrated, synthesized and applied.
The topics covered are linked to the theoretical and practical aspects of the course.
The "project-based" exercise can take several forms and timeframes, and have a variety of pedagogical objectives.
Teachers organize supervised exercises designed to reveal the personal potential of future landscape architects. The workshop provides the tools for understanding and critical analysis, enabling them to develop a progressive approach to the complexity of the themes and scales addressed.
Regular assessments help to define their working methodology, so that they can develop, structure and communicate their ideas as effectively as possible.
Course timetables, admission requirements and learning outcomes are available in the online course program