RUSSIA

Anton Poleshchuk

Anton Poleshchuk,



ALAROS - Ассоциация ландшафтных архитекторов России / Association of Landscape Architects of Russia

ALAROS - Ассоциация ландшафтных архитекторов России / Association of Landscape Architects of Russia

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ROMANIA

ROMANIA

Ioana Tudora

Ioana Tudora, Delegate



Asociația Peisagiștilor din România – AsoP România - Romanian Landscape Architects Association

Asociația Peisagiștilor din România – AsoP România - Romanian Landscape Architects Association

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O.P. Nr.1, C.P. Nr.223, cod 300790, Timișoara, Romania

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UNITED KINGDOM

UNITED KINGDOM

Carolin Göhler

Carolin Göhler, Delegate



LI

LI

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+44 (0) 330 808 2230
Charles Darwin House, 12 Roger Street, United Kingdom

The Landscape Institute (LI) is the chartered body for the landscape profession. It is an educational charity that promotes the art and science of landscape practice.The LI’s aim, through the work of its members is to protect, conserve and enhance the natural and built environment for the public benefit.

The LI provides a professional home for all landscape practitioners including landscape scientists, landscape planners, landscape architects, landscape managers and urban designers.

Landscape Architecture Programmes

Birmingham City University

Bachelor (Hons) Landscape Architecture

Birmingham City University

Master Landscape Architecture

Edinburgh College of Art

Bachelor (Hons) Landscape Architecture

Edinburgh College of Art

MSc Landscape Architecture F/P/M

Hadlow College, University of Greenwich

BSc (Hons) Landscape Management

University of Greenwich

Bachelor (Hons) Garden Design

University of Greenwich

Bachelor (Hons) Landscape Architecture

University of Greenwich

Diploma Landscape Architecture

Kingston University

Bachelor (Hons) Landscape Architecture

Kingston University

Diploma Landscape Architecture

Sheffield Hallam University

BSc (Hons) Environmental Conservation

University of Gloucestershire

Bachelor (Hons) Landscape Architecture

University of Gloucestershire

Diploma Landscape Architecture (extendable to MA)

University of Gloucestershire

Certificate + MSc Landscape Planning and Assessment

University of Gloucestershire

Certificate + MA Landscape Architecture

Writtle College

BSc Landscape and Garden Design
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2015-2020



Writtle College

BSc Hons Landscape Architecture
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2015-2020



Writtle College

Diploma Landscape Architecture F/P

Writtle College

Master Landscape Management

University of Bath

MSc Conservation of Historic Gardens and Cultural Landscapes

Cranfield University

MSc Land Management (Reclamation and Restoration)

Cranfield University

MSc Land Management (Ecological Conservation)

Cranfield University

MSc Land Management (Natural Resource Management)

Cranfield University

MSc Land Management (Soil Management)

Leeds Metropolitan University

BA Landscape Architecture & Garden Design

Leeds Metropolitan University

Master Landscape Architecture

Manchester Metropolitan University

Bachelor Landscape Architecture

Manchester Metropolitan University

Master Landscape Architecture

University of Sheffield

Bachelor Architecture and Planning + Master Landscape Architecture

University of Sheffield

BSc Landscape Architecture with Ecology + Master of Landscape Architecture (MLA)

University of Sheffield

Bachelor Architecture and Landscape + Master of Landscape Architecture (MLA)

University of Sheffield

Postgraduate Diploma/MA in Landscape Architecture

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BULGARIA

BULGARIA

Katinka Mihova

Katinka Mihova, Delegate



ULAB - СЪЮЗ НА ЛАНДШАФТНИТЕ АРХИТЕКТИ (СЛА)

ULAB - СЪЮЗ НА ЛАНДШАФТНИТЕ АРХИТЕКТИ (СЛА)

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София 1756 София, ул. "Кракра" 11, Bulgaria

The main activity of the ULAB/SLA is:

1. Organises events and informs the public about the creative achievements of the SLA members in the field of landscape architecture;
2. Advises, develops and expresses expert opinions in the field of landscape architecture;
3. Organises and conducts competitions in the field of landscape architecture and awards outstanding projects and realizations;
4.Organise discussions on issues of importance for the community and the SLA members of the landscape architecture and its regulations;
5. Document and preserve the monuments of garden and landscape art;
6. Assists in the development of education in landscape architecture.

Landscape Architecture Programmes

University of Forestry, Sofia

Master in Landscape Architecture

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SLOVENIA

SLOVENIA

Maja Simoneti

Maja Simoneti, Delegate



DKAS - Društvo Krajinskih Arhitektov Slovenije

DKAS - Društvo Krajinskih Arhitektov Slovenije

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Jamnikarjeva 101 1000 Ljubljana Slovenija, Slovenia

The Slovenian Association of Landscape Architects (SALA) is a professional association of landscape architects and other professionals who deal with spatial management in its widest sense and with protection of the environment. This includes spatial planning, landscape planning and landscape design. Basic principles that guide our work are a holistic approach when dealing with an issue, interdisciplinarity, the taking into account of environmental, social and economic points of view of development and protection, transparency and searching for spatial solutions in co-operation with various public entities.

The Association was established in 1992 and has remained rather small, counting slightly over 100 members. The organisational structure of the Association comprises a president, a Management Board, an Assembly, a Steering Committee and a Professional Court of Arbitration. Members approve work done and adopt any future work programme. The election of representatives to the Association bodies takes place once every two years. Members shall respect the Code of Conduct.In the short history of the Association, members, and especially hard working ones of the Management Board, have organised a plethora of national and international conferences, always completed by thematic reports. In spite of being a small social group, their reactions to spatial and social changes affecting landscapes are significant and creative, critical and sometimes polemical. In so doing, the Association collaborates with similar organisations in the search of effective ways of intervention in the practice of planning and in everyday life.

The Association has played a significant role in the processes of adoption of spatial, building, environmental and other sectoral legislation, and has actively co-operated with similar associations and with the Chamber for Architecture and Spatial Planning of Slovenia.Through their successful participation in many competitions, publishing activities and popularisation of the profession, members have helped promote landscape architecture in Slovenia. They are active outside Slovenia too, and their works were awarded many prominent prizes.

Landscape Architecture Programmes

University of Ljubljana, Biotechnical Faculty, Department of Landscape Architecture

Bachelor Landscape Architecture
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2015-2020; 2021-2026



University of Ljubljana, Biotechnical Faculty, Department of Landscape Architecture

Master Landscape Architecture
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2021-2026



University of Ljubljana, Biotechnical Faculty, Department of Landscape Architecture

PhD in Bio-sciences - study field: Landscape Architecture

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TURKEY

TURKEY

Sukran Sahin

Sukran Sahin,



UCTEA CHAMBER OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECS -  TMMOB Peyzaj Mimarları Odası

UCTEA CHAMBER OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECS - TMMOB Peyzaj Mimarları Odası

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Konur 2 Sokak No: 34/8 KIZILAY / ANKARA, Turkey

Professional organisation of Landscape Architects in Turkey, began with the establishment of “Landscape Architecture Association” in Ankara in 1966. Professional chambers, in Turkey, are located with The Union of Chambers of Turkish Engineers and Architects that is established as a public institution by law (Law No. 6235/7303).
In 1994, the Chamber of Turkish Landscape Architects (CTLA) was founded in Ankara in line with the decision taken at the 33rd General Assembly of UCTEA. After the foundation, branches and representative offices were established in different cities, depending on the Centre over time.

The management of the CTLA as being legal institution is carried out in accordance with the Main Regulation approved in the first General Assembly and published in the Government Gazette. Updates in the regulation if required is also made by the same way. The chamber carries out its duties and responsibilities with its main regulation and associated official documents, and working groups similar to UCTEA and IFLA Europe and IFLA’s structure.

Higher education in landscape architecture in Turkey have began in 1968 at Ankara University. Today, many universities have landscape architecture departments. In many of these departments, besides undergraduate education, master and doctoral programs are also carried out.

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Landscape Architecture Programmes

Adnan Menderes University /Faculty of Agriculture/Department of Landscape Architecture

BSc Landscape Architecture

Istanbul Teknik University /Faculty of Architecture/Departmet of Landscape Architecture

BSc Landscape Architecture
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2017-2022



Istanbul Teknik University /Faculty of Architecture/Departmet of Landscape Architecture

MSc Landscape Architecture

Istanbul Teknik University /Faculty of Architecture/Departmet of Landscape Architecture

PhD Landscape Architecture

Kahramanmaraş Sütçü İmam University /Faculty of Forestry/ Department of Landscape Architecture

BSc Landscape Architecture

Kahramanmaraş Sütçü İmam University /Faculty of Forestry/ Department of Landscape Architecture

MSc Landscape Architecture

Kahramanmaraş Sütçü İmam University /Faculty of Forestry/ Department of Landscape Architecture

PhD Landscape Architecture

Karabük University/Faculty of Forestry/Department of Landscape Architecture

BSc Landscape Architecture

Karabük University/Faculty of Forestry/Department of Landscape Architecture

MSc Landscape Architecture

Karabük University/Faculty of Forestry/Department of Landscape Architecture

PhD Landscape Architecture

Kastamonu University /Faculty of Engıneerıng And Archıtecture/Department of Landscape Architecture

BSc Landscape Architecture

Kastamonu University /Faculty of Engıneerıng And Archıtecture/Department of Landscape Architecture

MSc Landscape Architecture

Kastamonu University /Faculty of Engıneerıng And Archıtecture/Department of Landscape Architecture

PhD Landscape Architecture

Kilis 7 Aralık University /Faculty of Engıneerıng and Archıtecture /Department of Landscape Architecture

BSc Landscape Architecture

Kilis 7 Aralık University /Faculty of Engıneerıng and Archıtecture /Department of Landscape Architecture

MSc Landscape Architecture

Kilis 7 Aralık University /Faculty of Engıneerıng and Archıtecture /Department of Landscape Architecture

PhD Landscape Architecture

Mustafa Kemal University/Faculty of Architecture/Department of Landscape Architecture

BSc Landscape Architecture

Mustafa Kemal University/Faculty of Architecture/Department of Landscape Architecture

MSc Landscape Architecture

Mustafa Kemal University/Faculty of Architecture/Department of Landscape Architecture

PhD Landscape Architecture

Namık Kemal University/Faculty of Fine Arts, Design and Architecture/Department of Landscape Architecture

BSc Landscape Architecture

Namık Kemal University/Faculty of Fine Arts, Design and Architecture/Department of Landscape Architecture

MSc Landscape Architecture

Namık Kemal University/Faculty of Fine Arts, Design and Architecture/Department of Landscape Architecture

PhD Landscape Architecture

Nevşehir Hacı Bektaş Veli University/Faculty of Engıneerıng and Archıtecture/Department of Landscape Architecture

BSc Landscape Architecture

Nevşehir Hacı Bektaş Veli University/Faculty of Engıneerıng and Archıtecture/Department of Landscape Architecture

MSc Landscape Architecture

Nevşehir Hacı Bektaş Veli University/Faculty of Engıneerıng and Archıtecture/Department of Landscape Architecture

PhD Landscape Architecture

Niğde University/Faculty of Architecture/Department of Landscape Architecture

BSc Landscape Architecture

Niğde University/Faculty of Architecture/Department of Landscape Architecture

MSc Landscape Architecture

Niğde University/Faculty of Architecture/Department of Landscape Architecture

PhD Landscape Architecture

Okan University/Faculty of Engıneerıng And Archıtectur/Department of Urban Design and Landscape Architecture

BSc Landscape Architecture

Okan University/Faculty of Engıneerıng And Archıtectur/Department of Urban Design and Landscape Architecture

MSc Landscape Architecture

Okan University/Faculty of Engıneerıng And Archıtectur/Department of Urban Design and Landscape Architecture

PhD Landscape Architecture

Ordu University/Faculty of Agriculture/Department of Landscape Architecture

BSc Landscape Architecture

Ordu University/Faculty of Agriculture/Department of Landscape Architecture

MSc Landscape Architecture

Ordu University/Faculty of Agriculture/Department of Landscape Architecture

PhD Landscape Architecture

Pamukkale UniversityFaculty of Architecture and Desıgn/Department of Landscape Architecture

BSc Landscape Architecture

Pamukkale UniversityFaculty of Architecture and Desıgn/Department of Landscape Architecture

MSc Landscape Architecture

Pamukkale UniversityFaculty of Architecture and Desıgn/Department of Landscape Architecture

PhD Landscape Architecture

Selçuk University/Faculty of Agriculture/Department of Landscape Architecture

BSc Landscape Architecture

Selçuk University/Faculty of Agriculture/Department of Landscape Architecture

MSc Landscape Architecture

Selçuk University/Faculty of Agriculture/Department of Landscape Architecture

PhD Landscape Architecture

Siirt University/Faculty of Agriculture/Department of Landscape Architecture

BSc Landscape Architecture

Siirt University/Faculty of Agriculture/Department of Landscape Architecture

MSc Landscape Architecture

Siirt University/Faculty of Agriculture/Department of Landscape Architecture

PhD Landscape Architecture

Süleyman Demirel University /Faculty of Forestry/Department of Landscape Architecture

BSc Landscape Architecture

Süleyman Demirel University /Faculty of Forestry/Department of Landscape Architecture

MSc Landscape Architecture

Süleyman Demirel University /Faculty of Forestry/Department of Landscape Architecture

PhD Landscape Architecture

Toros University /Faculty of Fine Arts/Department of Landscape Architecture

BSc Landscape Architecture

Toros University /Faculty of Fine Arts/Department of Landscape Architecture

MSc Landscape Architecture

Toros University /Faculty of Fine Arts/Department of Landscape Architecture

PhD Landscape Architecture

Trakya University /Faculty of Architecture/Department of Landscape Architecture

BSc Landscape Architecture

Trakya University /Faculty of Architecture/Department of Landscape Architecture

MSc Landscape Architecture

Trakya University /Faculty of Architecture/Department of Landscape Architecture

PhD Landscape Architecture

Uludağ University /Faculty of Agriculture/Department of Landscape Architecture

BSc Landscape Architecture

Uludağ University /Faculty of Agriculture/Department of Landscape Architecture

MSc Landscape Architecture

Uludağ University /Faculty of Agriculture/Department of Landscape Architecture

PhD Landscape Architecture

Uşak University/Faculty of Agrıculture and Natural Scıences/Department of Landscape Architecture

BSc Landscape Architecture

Uşak University/Faculty of Agrıculture and Natural Scıences/Department of Landscape Architecture

MSc Landscape Architecture

Uşak University/Faculty of Agrıculture and Natural Scıences/Department of Landscape Architecture

PhD Landscape Architecture

Yeditepe University /Faculty of Fine Arts/Department of Landscape Architecture

BSc Landscape Architecture

Yeditepe University /Faculty of Fine Arts/Department of Landscape Architecture

MSc Landscape Architecture

Yeditepe University /Faculty of Fine Arts/Department of Landscape Architecture

PhD Landscape Architecture

Yüzüncü Yıl University /Faculty of Agriculture/Department of Landscape Architecture

BSc Landscape Architecture

Yüzüncü Yıl University /Faculty of Agriculture/Department of Landscape Architecture

MSc Landscape Architecture

Yüzüncü Yıl University /Faculty of Agriculture/Department of Landscape Architecture

PhD Landscape Architecture

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HUNGARY

HUNGARY

Albert Fekete

Albert Fekete, Delegate



Hungarian Association of Landscape Architects (HALA) - Magyar Tájépítészek Szövetsége

Hungarian Association of Landscape Architects (HALA) - Magyar Tájépítészek Szövetsége

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1118 Budapest, Villányi út 35-43. , Hungary

Landscape Architecture Programmes

Corvinus University

BSc in Garden Construction and Landscape management
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2012-2017



Corvinus University

MSc Landscape Architecture

Szent István University, Budapest, (SZIU)

Landscape management and garden construction (when combined with a master, not as a separate programme) DEGREE
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2017-2022



Szent István University, Budapest, (SZIU)

MSc Certified Landscape Architect/Okleveles tájépítészmé rnök
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2017-2022



Szent István University, Budapest, (SZIU)

Garden Art and Landscape Design/Tájépítész és kertm Űvé sz
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2017-2022



Szent István University, Budapest, (SZIU)

Master of Arts in Landscape Architecture (MLA) (in English)
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2017-2022



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ICELAND

ICELAND

Frida Bjorg Edvardsdottir

Frida Bjorg Edvardsdottir, Delegate



FILA - FÉLAG ÍSLENSKRA LANDSLAGSARKITEKTA

FILA - FÉLAG ÍSLENSKRA LANDSLAGSARKITEKTA

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Aðalstræti 2, 2. hæð - 101 Reykjavík , Iceland

The Icelandic Landscape Architects Association (FÍLA) was founded in Reykjavik on February 24, 1978. In FÍLA there are over 80 members all over the country. Members work in a broad field of design, planning and management in both urban and rural areas. Landscape architects are experts in preserving nature and cultural landscapes, making man-made environments in urban and rural areas ecological, economical and beautiful - without compromising on natural quality.

The company’s objectives are:

- to promote the development of landscape and garden architecture;

- to work on sensible land use and development of the area;

- to safeguard the preservation of natural and cultural assets;

- to protect the interests of its members and to promote good cooperation and promotion.

Landscape Architecture is a 5-year university program that concludes with a master’s degree in recognised universities and is a regulated profession in this country. Recognised studies in landscape architecture need to apply abroad, and Icelandic landscape architects have applied for education, among other things. to Norway, Sweden, Denmark, the United Kingdom, Canada, and Germany. To obtain the right to use the term landscape architect, you must apply to the Ministry of Resource and Innovation, which is seeking comment from the Icelandic Landscape Architects Association.

Landscape Architecture Programmes

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IRELAND

IRELAND

Roisin Byrne

Roisin Byrne, Delegate



Irish Landscape Institute (ILI)

Irish Landscape Institute (ILI)

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353 86 4170919
, Fumbally Exchange, Argus House, Blackpitts, Dublin 8, Ireland

The ILI was formed in 1992 from an amalgamation of the Irish Chapter of the Institute of Landscape Architects and the Institute of Landscape Horticulture of Ireland. This, in effect, joined private practice and public sector members, enabling them to further develop the landscape profession in Ireland.

Since 1992, the Institute has expanded to its current membership of 160, mirroring the rise in profile and strength of the landscape architecture profession in Ireland.

Conferences have been held regularly since the early 1990’s which stimulated debate about the profession’s position and facilitated the ongoing growth of member’s expertise. The Biannual awards ceremony highlights and rewards the achievements of the Institute’s members. The institute has also made submissions on a number of national policy documents, facilitated the continuing Professional Development of its members and hosted regular social events.

Landscape Architecture Programmes

University College of Dublin

Bachelor Landscape Architecture
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2012-2017



University College of Dublin

1-year Master Landscape Architecture (linked to 4y Bachelor)
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2012-2017



University College of Dublin

Master Landscape Architecture (2y)
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2012-2017





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ITALY

ITALY

Marco Minari

Marco Minari, Delegate



AIAPP Associazione Italiana di Architettura del Paesaggio

AIAPP Associazione Italiana di Architettura del Paesaggio

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Send an e-mail to segreteria.nazionale@aiapp.net

+39 055350711
Via San Niccolò, 6 - 50125 Firenze, Italy

AIAPP, Italian Association of Landscape Architecture, promotes the culture of garden and landscape design. Today it brings together more than 700 members, including professionals, scholars and students committed to protecting, conserving and enhancing the landscape, through the planning, research, training and scientific-cultural activities of information and professional updating.

Founded in 1950 on the initiative of Pietro Porcinai and Elena Luzzato, it represents professionals active in the field of landscape architecture. The Association is a non-profit organization and has been committed to recognizing the professional, cultural and scientific role of both the discipline and the figure of the landscape architect in Italy for more than half a century.

Since 1998, AIAPP has published the magazine Architettura del Paesaggio , founded by Alessandro Tagliolini, through which it promotes and disseminates its objectives nationally and internationally.

Landscape Architecture Programmes

Universita degli studi di Genova

Bachelor Landscape Architecture
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2015-2020



Universita degli studi di Genova

Master Landscape Architecture (Preferred Name under review)
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2006-2011



Università degli Studi di Firenze

Master Landscape Architecture
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2004-2009



Università degli Studi di Roma "La Sapienza"

Bachelor Landscape Architecture and Garden Design
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2006-2011



Università degli Studi di Roma "La Sapienza"

Master Landscape Architecture
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2006-2011



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LATVIA

LATVIA

Madara Markova

Madara Markova , Delegate



LAAA - Latvijas Ainavu Arhitektu Asociacia

LAAA - Latvijas Ainavu Arhitektu Asociacia

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+371 25 929 370
Torna Iela 11 Riga, LV 1050 Latvia, Latvia

Landscape Architecture Programmes

Latvia University of Life Sciences and Technologies

Bachelor Landscape Architecture and Planning
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2009-2014



Latvia University of Life Sciences and Technologies

Master Landscape Architecture and Planning
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2009-2014



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LITHUANIA

LITHUANIA

Vainius Pilkauskas

Vainius Pilkauskas, Delegate



LKAS - Lietuvos kraštovaizdžio architektų sąjunga/Lithuanian Association of Landscape Architects

LKAS - Lietuvos kraštovaizdžio architektų sąjunga/Lithuanian Association of Landscape Architects

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Vilniaus g. 14-5, Vilnius, Lithuania

Landscape Architecture Programmes

Vilnius Tech University

Bachelor of Landscape Architecture - 180 ECTS
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 3 years



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POLAND

POLAND

Michal Zarzecki

Michal Zarzecki, Delegate



SAK - Stowarzyszenie Architektury Krajobrazu

SAK - Stowarzyszenie Architektury Krajobrazu

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48 696157000
ul. Kowieńska 19, Wrocław, Poland

Association of Landscape Architecture – Poland (SAK) was established in November 2004. SAK members are landscape architecture designers and green area constructors.

Mission of the Association of Landscape Architecture – Poland

The Association’s mission is to protect and support the professional interests of landscape architects. Our initiatives focus on three main goals:

- raising standards of landscape architecture both design or construction

- education of landscape architects and other participants of the investment process

- promotion of the landscape architect profession and opportunities for cooperation in interdisciplinary teams.

Goals of the Association of Landscape Architecture – Poland:

SAK works to protect and promote the interests of professional landscape architects. Our goals are:

- promotion of good project implementations and recommendable landscape contractors;

- promoting standards of landscape architecture design and landscape construction

- actions to improve quality of the landscape, including the promotion of landscape architecture designs,

- initiating cooperation between professional and academic environments

Landscape Architecture Programmes

Cracow University of Technology (CUT)

Master in Landscape Architecture - programme 1
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2015-2020; 2022-2027



Cracow University of Technology (CUT)

Engineer in Landscape Architecture - programme 2
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2022-2027



Cracow University of Technology (CUT)

Combined Engineer and Masters in Landscape Architecture - programme 3

Cracow University of Technology (CUT)

Masters in Landscape Architecture - programme 4

Warsaw University of Life Sciences

Engineer in Landscape Architecture
Recognised by IFLA Europe: on-going



Warsaw University of Life Sciences

Master in Landscape Architecture
Recognised by IFLA Europe: on-going



John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin

Engineer in Landscape Architecture
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2018-2020



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SLOVAKIA

SLOVAKIA

Attila Toth

Attila Toth, Delegate



SAS Spolok architektov Slovenska

SAS Spolok architektov Slovenska

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02 / 5443 10 78
Panská 15 81101 Bratislava, Slovakia

Landscape Architecture Programmes

SPU Nitra - Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra, Faculty of Horticulture and Landscape Engineering, Department of Garden and Landscape Architecture

Bachelor Landscape Architecture
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2012-2017 and 2018-2023



SPU Nitra - Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra, Faculty of Horticulture and Landscape Engineering, Department of Garden and Landscape Architecture

Master Landscape Architecture

SPU Nitra - Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra, Faculty of Horticulture and Landscape Engineering, Department of Garden and Landscape Architecture

Postgraduate Doctorat Studies

Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Faculty of Architecture

Bachelor Landscape Architecture and Landscape Planning

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SWEDEN

SWEDEN

Pia Jonsson

Pia Jonsson, Delegate



SA - Sveriges Arkitekter

SA - Sveriges Arkitekter

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08-50 55 77 00
Storgatan 41 Box 5027 102 41 Stockholm, Sweden

Established in 2002, Architects Sweden is the collective union- and professional association for all architects. With 13.700 members, Architects Sweden has an important role in society, simply by working for the architects who form it. The association works to develop the profession through trade union work as well as promoting occupational and architectural issues through better policy.

Landscape Architecture Programmes

Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences-Alnarp

Master in Landscape Architecture
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2007-2012



Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences Upsala

Bachelor in Landscape Architecture
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2008-2013



Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences Upsala

Master in Landscape Architecture
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2008-2013



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AUSTRIA

AUSTRIA

Jürgen Furchtlehner

Jürgen Furchtlehner, Delegate



ÖGLA -Österreichische Gesellschaft für Landschaftsplanung und Landschaftsarchitektur

ÖGLA -Österreichische Gesellschaft für Landschaftsplanung und Landschaftsarchitektur

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T. + 43 1 216 60 91 - 13
Obere Donaustraße 59 1020 Wien, Austria

The Austrian Society for Landscape Architecture (ÖGLA) is the association of landscape architects and planners in Austria. The interests of all professionals (self-employed, dependent, public servants, scientists, students) are at the forefront of the association’s activities. The ÖGLA represents all areas of activity that are executed under the umbrella term landscape architecture. It supports and represents all members equally, regardless of training path, focus of activity, authority and representation of authority (ZT, WK) or the form of employment (self-employed, employed).

The ÖGLA also has a social mission and assumes responsibility for the communication and exchange of knowledge and information about the content of landscape architecture (as a collective term for all aspects of the profession). In addition to its role as a professional association, the importance of the association lies in its role as an information, knowledge and discussion platform. The ÖGLA is a lively association that stands for the exchange of experiences, partnerships, networks and contacts. In addition to the relevance for members, the association should also be available to all interested parties as an information platform. The communication methods are up-to-date, event-related, tailored to target groups and barrier-free.

Landscape Architecture Programmes

Universität für Bodenkultur, Wien Department of Landscape, Spatial and Infrastructure Sciences

Bachelor Planning and Landscape Architecture at the Universität für Bodenkultur, Department of Landscape, Spatial and Infrastructure Sciences, Wien
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2009-2014



Universität für Bodenkultur, Wien Department of Landscape, Spatial and Infrastructure Sciences

Master Planning and Landscape Architecture at the Universität für Bodenkultur, Department of Landscape, Spatial and Infrastructure Sciences, Wien
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2009-2014



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BELGIUM

BELGIUM

Ann Voets

Ann Voets, Delegate



ABAJP-BVTL Belgische Vereniging van Tuin- en Landschapsarchitecten - Association Belge des Architectes de Jardins et des Architectes Paysagistes

ABAJP-BVTL Belgische Vereniging van Tuin- en Landschapsarchitecten - Association Belge des Architectes de Jardins et des Architectes Paysagistes

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WAO Rue Lambert Crickx 19, 1070 Brussels, Belgium

The Association of Belgian Landscape Architects, B.V.T.L./A.B.A.J.P., is a national, non-political professional association, whose members are natural persons practising the profession of landscape and garden architect. Our professional association is engaged in the study, protection, and development of the professional interests of our members.On 24 August 1930, the Association of Belgian Landscape Architects, V.B.T., was founded in Antwerp by a dozen Belgian garden architects under the inspiring leadership of Jules Buyssens and Georges Wachtelaer. The Association of Belgian Landscape Architects (BVTL/ABAJP) promotes and fosters high quality garden and landscape architecture in the Belgium.On 29 May 1971, the name was changed into the Belgian Association of Landscape and Garden Architects. In order to be able to function in a purposeful way, two chambers - the Dutch and the French-speaking - were established within the association in 1977. In 1996 The two chambers changed into language groups.The organisation counts 120 members. Landscape and Garden Architects in Belgium are employed both in public and private sector and have a wide range of tasks.

Main objectives:

  • Promote the development of a sustainable living environment,
  • Promoting andrepresenting the profession, nationally and international,
  • Protecting and defending the profession,
  • Providing professional support to our members, defending the interests of its members and theircustomers,
  • Create a professional networ, to stimulate mutual dialogue and exchange of knowledge and experience
  • Maintaning the quality of education.
Photo credit: Jan Bleys
Photo credit: Jan Bleys

Landscape Architecture Programmes

Erasmus Brussels University of Applied Sciences and Arts

Bachelor Landscape Architecture - 180 ECTS
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2015-2020



Ghent University of Applied Sciences and Arts

Bachelor in Garden and Landscape architecture - 180 ECTS
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2015-2020



ULG Liege-Gembloux Agro-Bio Tech, ISIa Gembloux-HECh Charlemagne, and the Faculty of Architecture ULB Cambre Horta Brussel

Joint Degree Bachelor in Landscape architecture - 180 ECTS
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2015-2020



ULG Liege-Gembloux Agro-Bio Tech, ISIa Gembloux-HECh Charlemagne, and the Faculty of Architecture ULB Cambre Horta Brussel

Joint Degree Bachelor in Landscape Architecture - 120 ECTS
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2015-2020; 2021-2026



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CROATIA

CROATIA

Momir Pavletic

Momir Pavletic, Delegate



HDKA - Hrvatsko Drustvo Krajobraznih Arhitekata/Croatian Association of Landscape Architects

HDKA - Hrvatsko Drustvo Krajobraznih Arhitekata/Croatian Association of Landscape Architects

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Meksička 1 10 000 Zagreb, Croatia

Croatian Association of Landscape Architects (CALA) is a voluntary, non-governmental and non-profit organisation that operates with the aim of promoting and developing landscape architecture, sustainable design, preservation and protection of landscape, nature and human environment, as well as an increase in the quality of life and culture.

Croatian Association of Landscape Architects was founded on November, 20th 1992. By 1993 it was already in the Register of Associations of Croatian Citizens. In 1994 it became a member of the International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA). In 2010. CALA went through a reorganization and began cooperating with regional societies of
landscape architects. It started organizing professional trainings and education for its members and was actively involved in legislative work.In the same year it became a member of IFLA Europe, and in 2012 it became a member of the Croatian Standards Institute and the Croatian Green Building Council.

In 2014. Croatian Association of Landscape Architects is a result of efforts of professionals trained in the field of landscape architecture to operate within a single professional
association. As a national organization it has a task to coordinate professional interests of Croatian landscape architects, as well as establish relationships with other national and international organizations and institutions, with the aim of promotion and affirmation of the profession.

Landscape Architecture Programmes

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ISRAEL

ISRAEL

Leor Lovinger

Leor Lovinger, Delegate



ISALA - Israeli Association of Landscape Architects - האיגוד הישראלי לאדריכלי נוף

ISALA - Israeli Association of Landscape Architects - האיגוד הישראלי לאדריכלי נוף

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+972-3-6160016
Izy Blank Landscape Architects, 13 Kinneret Bnei Brak, Israel, Israel

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Israeli Association of Landscape Architects was founded in 1951 as a public, non-profit associations in order to bind and represent the Landscape Architects independent organisation, to promote the values of the profession of landscape architecture in the common good.

Association affiliated to IFLA Europe and IFLA International Federation of Landscape Architects.

Association members about 270 landscape architects, all of whom have a degree in landscape architecture.

About 100 of which are of landscape planning offices and others employed in the offices of the planning, government offices, local authorities, public organizations, academia and public institutions.

Association works to promote public space, is involved in maintaining the cultural landscape values and heritage, represents the association of statutory committees and taking part in public struggles for nature conservation and the environment and promoting confidence in the association status of landscape architects.

In order to promote these issues the association initiates conferences, seminars, tours, lectures and conferences for the advancement of knowledge and thinking in the areas of our professional world.

Landscape Architecture Programmes

University Technion Israel Institute of Technology

Bachelor of Landscape Architecture - 160 ECTS

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SERBIA

SERBIA

Jelena Jovanović

Jelena Jovanović , Delegate



UPAS - Udruženje pejzažnih arhitekata Srbije - Association of Landscape Architects of Serbia

UPAS - Udruženje pejzažnih arhitekata Srbije - Association of Landscape Architects of Serbia

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+ 381 64 1 674 318
Kneza Miloša 7A/27 (2nd Floor, Office 27), Serbia

The main goal of ALA is affirmation, promotion and protection of landscape architecture as a profession in Serbia.

- Gathering and the professional and social organisation of landscape architects,i.e. professional institutions, Association members, dealing with landscape architecture, aiming at the realisation of the objectives;

- Affirmation and protection of fundamental values, interests and position of landscape architecture through the promotion of humane, scientific, art, etc. aspects of
landscape architecture in all fields of the profession, such as: protection of landscape and natural resources, environmental protection, conservation of cultural heritage and landscape spatial values, landscape planning and management, planning of recreation spaces, planning and design of urban open spaces, landscape and urban design,
development of landscape and garden culture, promotion of landscape engineering and management, affirmation of modern achievements of the profession, etc.

- Inspiring and stimulating the creativity of landscape architecture by the organisation of competitions for the ideal solutions, expositions, conferences and workshops, publishing, etc;

- Providing the conditions for the professional activities, as well as the protection of landscape architects’ copyrights, i.e. the protection and affirmation of professional interests and professional status of ALA members;

- Monitoring of rights and commitments of SALA members, especially from the aspect of the professional codex of landscape architects

- Exchange of knowledge and experience of landscape architects through the development of organised informing the members and the wider professional public, as well as the exchange of experiences with the representatives of other professions;

- Offering collegial assistance to its members, permanent care of their upgrading, and the employment of young professionals;

- Co-operation with the international organisations of landscape architects and with domestic and international Associations of the related professions;

- Organisation of participation in the preparation and passing the Laws and by-laws significant for the profession;

- Taking part in the development of professional-scientific and professional-artistic work and promotion of education in the field of landscape architecture, together with educational and scientific institutions and with the companies;

- Organisation of professional examinations in co-operation with the official state organs for issuing the certificates for landscape architects’ work;

- Registration of the activities of SALA members within the professional and social activities and awarding and recognition of the successful achievements in landscape architecture.

Landscape Architecture Programmes

University of Belgrade, Faculty of Forestry, Study program Landscape architecture

Bachelor Study program Landscape architecture

University of Belgrade, Faculty of Forestry, Study program Landscape architecture

Master Study program Landscape architecture

University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Agriculture - Study program Landscape architecture

Bachelor Study program Landscape architecture / Osnovni studijski program Pejzažna arhitektura

University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Agriculture - Study program Landscape architecture

Master Study program Landscape architecture / Master studijski program Pejzažna arhitektura

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NORWAY

NORWAY

Kathrine  Omnia Strøm

Kathrine Omnia Strøm , Delegate



NLA Norske landskapsarkitekters forening - Norwegian Association of Landscape Architects

NLA Norske landskapsarkitekters forening - Norwegian Association of Landscape Architects

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+47 23 33 24 60
Josefines gate 34, NO-0351 Oslo, Norway

Norwegian Association of Landscape Architects (NLA) was founded in 1929. The organisation counts 735 ordinary and 250 student members. The NLA office is situated in The Architect’s House in Oslo. The administration counts two people. NLA publish annually a Yearbook with presentation of new projects from all over Norway. In connection with the annual General Assembly, NLA organises a professional conference. Since 2015 NLA has awarded the NLA Landscape Architecture Award. In 2019 NLA hosted the IFLA World Council and World Congress in Oslo.

NLA General Assembly 2019 - photo by Mona Vestli
NLA General Assembly 2019 - photo by Mona Vestli

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Photo credit: NLA

Landscape Architecture Programmes

Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU)/Department of Landscape Architecture

Master in Landscape Architecture, 5 years - 300 ECTS
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2017-2022; 2022-2027



Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU)

Master of Landscape Architecture for Global Sustainability, 2 years - 120 ECTS
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2022-2027



Oslo School of Architecture and Design (AHO)

International Masters Landscape Architecture
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2019-2024



Oslo School of Architecture and Design (AHO)

Joint degree Master of Landscape Architecture programme - 300 ECTS
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2022-2027



UiT the Arctic University of Norway (UiT)

Joint degree Master of Landscape Architecture programme - 300 ECTS
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2022-2027



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SWITZERLAND

SWITZERLAND

Christian Tschumi

Christian Tschumi, Delegate



BSLA/FSAP - Bund Schweizer Landschaftsarchitekten und Landschaftsarchitektinnen/Fédération Suisse des Architectes/PaysagistesFederazione Svizzera Architetti Paesaggisti

BSLA/FSAP - Bund Schweizer Landschaftsarchitekten und Landschaftsarchitektinnen/Fédération Suisse des Architectes/PaysagistesFederazione Svizzera Architetti Paesaggisti

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+41 32 968 88 89
Rue du Doubs 32, CH-2300 La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland

Dedicated members form the basis of the 1925 founded in Zurich Association. There are currently over 500, of which around half are freelance landscape architects, others in public administration, teaching and research. The mutual exchange on specialist topics, the common analysis of professional life as well as the commitment to cultural heritage and the social appreciation of our landscaped landscapes and urban open spaces are the pillars of the association’s work.

Landscape Architecture Programmes

Ecole d'Ingénieurs HES de Lullier

Bachelor in Landscape Architecture

HEPIA - High School for Landscape, Engineering and Architecture of Geneva

Bachelor of Science, HES-SO en Architecture du paysage

Hochschule für Technik HSR, Rapperswill, studiengang Landschaftsarchitektur

Bachelor Landscape Architecture

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NETHERLANDS

NETHERLANDS

Niek Hazendonk

Niek Hazendonk, Delegate



NVTL Nederlandse Vereniging voor Tuin- en landschapsarchitectuur - Netherlands Association for Landscape Architecture

NVTL Nederlandse Vereniging voor Tuin- en landschapsarchitectuur - Netherlands Association for Landscape Architecture

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+31 20.4275590
Jollemanhof 14, 1014 GW Amsterdam, Netherlands

The Netherlands Association for Landscape Architecture (NVTL) promotes and fosters high quality garden and landscape architecture in the Netherlands. We represent the interests of the profession in many areas of public life, stimulate the further development of the profession and bring clients into contact with qualified landscape architects.

The NVTL is an open association that warmly welcomes all those with a keen interest in landscape architecture. With more than 800 members, the NVTL represents a broad spectrum of Dutch professional practice. This makes the Association the obvious platform for professional development and promoting the cause of garden and landscape architecture in the Netherlands in its broadest sense.

Mission statement

The mission of the NVTL is to create more attractive and functional living and working environments. We do this in cooperation with other spatial development and environmental disciplines.. As landscape architects we provide an independent and professional service and take our social and ethical responsibilities seriously.

The NVTL provides its members with a platform for the dissemination of ideas, exchange of knowledge and reflection on professional practice, as well as opportunities to expand
professional networks. In addition, the Association stimulates dialogue between its members in teaching, research and practice, enabling them to enrich each
other’s work and further improve professional standards.

The Association represents the interests of its members across society and is the primary source of information on and first point of contact with the profession. The NVTL aims for widespread recognition of the profession within Dutch society; we want to increase awareness of the specific qualities we have to offer and raise the profile of the profession.

Main objectives:

  • Promoting the profession
  • Providing professional support to our members
  • Maintaining the quality of professional practice

Landscape Architecture Programmes

Van Hall Larenstein Department of Garden and Landscape Architecture

Bachelor Landscape Architecture - 4 years - 240 ECTS
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2008-2013



Amsterdam Academie Van Bouwkunst

Master Landscape Architecture - 4 years - 240 ECTS
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2013-2018



TU Delft

MSc Architecture, Urbanism and Building Sciences, Track Landscape Architecture - 2 years - 180 ECTS

HAS Den Bosch University of Applied Sciences Landscape Design

Bachelor Landscape Design - 4 years - 240 ECTS

Wageningen University Landscape Architecture and Spatial Planning

Bachelor of Landscape Architecture and Planning - 3 years - 180 ECTS

Wageningen University Landscape Architecture and Spatial Planning

Master of Landscape Architecture and Planning - 2 years - 120 ECTS

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GERMANY

GERMANY

Gwendolyn Kusters

Gwendolyn Kusters, Delegate



BAK Bundesarhitektenkammer

BAK Bundesarhitektenkammer

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+49 30 26 39 44 - 64
Askanischer Platz 4, 10963 Berlin, Germany

The “Bundesarchitektenkammer e.V.” (BAK - Federal Chamber of German Architects) is the governing body of the 16 Federal State Chambers of Architects in Germany. It represents the interests of about 134.000 architects in politics and the public on a national and international level.

Architects may belong to one or several disciplines (specialisations), being:

  • Architecture (building construction)
  • Interior architecture
  • Landscape architecture (about 7500)
  • Urban planning.

Landscape Architecture Programmes

Hochschule für Wirtschaft und Umwelt Nürtingen‐Geislingen

Diploma Landscape Architecture & Landscape Planning
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2009-2014



Hochschule für Wirtschaft und Umwelt Nürtingen‐Geislingen

B. Eng. Landscape Architecture
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2009-2014



Hochschule für Wirtschaft und Umwelt Nürtingen‐Geislingen

B.Eng. Landscape Planning
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2009-2014



Hochschule für Wirtschaft und Umwelt Nürtingen‐Geislingen

IMLA Landscape Architecture
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2000-20005; 2010-2015



Hochschule Osnabrück

BA Landscape Development
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2009-2014



Hochschule Osnabrück

BA Open Space Planning

Hochschule Osnabrück

Master of Engineering Landschaftsarchitektur und Regionalentwicklung

Hochschule Geisenheim University

B.Eng. Landschaftsarchitektur (Landscape Architecture)
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2010-2015



Hochschule Geisenheim University

Landschaftsarchitektur/Landscape Architecture (dual) Bachelor of Engineering (B. Eng)

Hochschule Geisenheim University

Landschaftsarchitektur/Landscape Architecture Master of Science
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2000-2005, 2010-2015



Hochschule Anhalt (FH)

B.Eng. Landschaftsarchitektur und Umweltplanung
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2006-2011



Hochschule Anhalt (FH)

Master in Landscape Architecture

Leibniz Universität Hannover

Bachelor in Land Architecture and Environmental Planning
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2009-2014



Leibniz Universität Hannover

Master in Landscape Architecture
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2009-2014



Leibniz Universität Hannover

Master in Environmental Planning
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2009-2014



Leibniz Universität Hannover

Master in Landscape Architecture
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2009-2014



Leibniz Universität Hannover

Master in Environmental Planning
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2009-2014



Technische Universität München

Bachelor in Landscape Architecture and Planning
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2006-2011



Technische Universität München

Master in Landscape Architecture
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2009-2014



Universität Kassel

Bachelor in Landscape Architecture and Planning
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2009-2014



Universität Kassel

Master in Landscape Architecture and Planning
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2009-2014



HSR Hochschule für Technik Rapperswil (CH)

Joint International Master of Landscape Architecture
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2007-2012



Hochschule für Wirtschaft und Umwelt Nürtingen-Geislingen (DEU

Joint International Master of Landscape Architecture
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2007-2012



Hochschule Weihenstephan-Triesdorf (DEU)

Joint International Master of Landscape Architecture
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2007-2012



Technische Universität Dresden

Bachelor of Science Landscape Architecture BScLandschaftsarchitektur

Technische Universität Dresden

Master of Science Landscape Architecture Landschaftsarchitektur

Beuth Hochschule für Technik Berlin

B. Eng. Landschaftsarchitektur

Beuth Hochschule für Technik Berlin

M.Eng. Urbanes Pflanzen- und Freiraummanagement

Fachhochschule Erfurt

Bachelor of Engineering Landscape Architecture
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2009-2014



Fachhochschule Erfurt

Master of Engineering Landscape Architecture
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2009-2014



Fachhochschule Erfurt

Bachelor Landschaftplannung
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2008-2013



Hochschule Ostwestfalen-Lippe, Standort Höxter

B.Sc. Landschaftsarchitektur

Hochschule Ostwestfalen-Lippe, Standort Höxter

M.Sc. Landschaftsarchitektur

Hochschule Neubrandenburg (FH)

B.Eng. Landschaftsarchitektur und Umweltplanung

Hochschule Neubrandenburg (FH)

M.Sc. Landschaftsarchitektur und Umweltplanung

Hochschule Weihenstephan-Triesdorf

Bachelor of Engineering Landschaftsarchitektur

Hochschule Weihenstephan-Triesdorf

IMLA International Master of Landscape Architecture
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2007-2012



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DENMARK

DENMARK

Elzelina Van Melle

Elzelina Van Melle, Delegate



DL Danske Landskabsarkitekter - Association of Danish Landscape Architects

DL Danske Landskabsarkitekter - Association of Danish Landscape Architects

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+45 33 32 23 54
Peter Bangs Vej 30, 2000 Frederiksberg , Denmark

The Association of Danish Landscape Architects (DL) is an association of interests with influence in a number of professional organisations, ministries and grassroots associations. We actively participate in the political debate, where we work to make our work as landscape architects more visible. We create a framework for networks and activities that enhance your professional development.

We currently have about 800 members, of which 200 are students. Everyone must use the title ‘landscape architect’. But only graduated landscape architects with a membership at DL may add meddle to its title.

Members of the association fill various positions; municipal or state, project planning or in operation and management. The workplaces include private drawing rooms, administrations, cemeteries, housing companies and in teaching or research.

Danish Landscape Architects takes care of the members’ professional interests, regardless of the work of the landscape architect.

We cooperate with Landscape Architects’ Association under JA, Danish association of rachitectural firms, the Park and Nature Managers, the Association of Architects and Designers, Danish gardening entreprises, The Danish Association of Architects, The Danish Town Planning Institute and Danish Lighting Center. The collaboration contributes to an individual and shared strength, and the diversity of professionalism increases.

We are part of the joint Nordic ‘Nordic Board’; a forum for Scandinavian landscape architectural associations. Outside the Nordic region, the association participates in international cooperation with other related associations such as the International Federation of Landscape Architects EUROPE/IFLA”

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Landscape Architecture Programmes

Aarhus School of Architecture

Master in Urban Design/Landscapes
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2014-2019



The Royal Academy of Fine Arts - School of Architecture/ Department Urbanism and Landscape

Master in Architecture and Landscape

University of Copenhagen

Bachelor in Landscape Architecture
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2008-2013



University of Copenhagen

Master in Landscape Architecture
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2008-2013



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FRANCE

FRANCE

Nikola Watté

Nikola Watté, Delegate



FFP Fédération Française du Paysage

FFP Fédération Française du Paysage

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+33 1 30 21 47 45
10, rue du Maréchal Joffre, 78000 Versailles, France

The French Landscape Federation (FFP) is the only organisation representing the profession of landscape designer. It now has more than 650 members, almost one in three professionals. The Federation area of interest is not only the debates on the landscape but also promotion of the profession of landscape designer.

Its structure is capable of taking into account all changes in terms of qualification, training, ethics and professional conduct, development. It is structured like a professional organisation bringing together natural and legal persons.

Promotion and development of landscape as part of life

Both at national and international level, the Federation raises awareness about the specificity of the landscape and the interest of taking it into account for the community as well as the studies, projects and practices that contribute to its quality.

  • It is intended to bring together all landscape designers whether they are surveyors, project managers, project owners, managers in a representative structure or employees,

    formations, who request it, regime, tax, insurance, contracts ...), private commission, the prospection of the markets in France and abroad, administrative or institutional bodies,

- It can empower through an official jury, landscape architects, from unrecognized formations, who request it,

- It studies all questions relating to the exercise of the profession (installation, legal regime, tax, insurance, contracts ...),

- It defends the general interests of its members, in particular at the level of the public or private commission, the prospective of the markets in France and abroad

- It intervenes with the public authorities for the representation of the profession in all administrative or institutional bodies

- It provides practical information to its members and maintains links of solidarity through a network of ten regional associations

A regional, national, European and international network

The main advantage of the FFP lies in the constitution of a network that it has developed and preserved for the benefit of all regions.

  • At the regional level

The FFP brings together 10 regional associations that contribute to the national representation of the profession. These regional associations ensure that the landscape is taken into account at the level of the local authorities and constantly assist the project management in its relations with the profession (participation in competition juries for example). All FFP members are ex-officio members of their regional association.

  • On a national level

The FFP, through its Bureau in particular, is the interlocutor of the public authorities on matters relating to the professional practice of landscape designers but also on the development of regulatory texts relating to the landscape. The FFP meets regularly with representatives of the Ministries of Ecology and Sustainable Development,
Equipment, Housing and Transport, Agriculture, Food, Fisheries and Rural Affairs, Culture and Tourism. of communication.

  • At the European level

The FFP is a member of IFLA EUROPE (International Federation of Landscape Architects, Europe Region). This association brings together the member countries of the Council of Europe. The main objective is the harmonization and recognition of the profession of landscape architect (landscape designer in France) by the European Commission. Through this organization, the FFP has the opportunity to increase its contacts with representatives of the 42 member countries of the Council of Europe and the 27 member countries of the European Union. Landscape students are invited to consult the websites of European partners to find internships and work in Europe. IFLA EUROPE

  • At an international level

The FFP and all its members are members of IFLA.

																
								
								

Landscape Architecture Programmes

Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture et de Paysage Bordeaux

Master in Landscape Architecture (Bachelor+ Master combined)
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2017-2022



Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture et de Paysage Lille (ENSAPL Lille)

Master in Landscape Architecture Master Degree (Bachelor+ Master combined)
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2017-2022



Ecole Supérieure d’Architecture des Jardins (ESAJ) Paris

Paysagiste ESAJ (Landscape Architect ESAJ), Bachelor
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2017-2022



Departement Ecole de la Nature et du Paysage (ENP) –Institut National des Sciences Appliquees (INSA Blois)

Diplôme d'etat de Paysagiste (DEP)+ Master Degree (Bachelor+ Master combined)
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2017-2022



Ecole Nationale Superieure de Paysage de Versailles ENSP Versailles

Diplôme d’Etat de Paysagiste Landscape Architect State Diploma, Master degree
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2017-2022



Agrocampus Ouest Angers

Master in Landscape Architecture

IFLA Europe
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FINLAND

FINLAND

Varpu Mikola

Varpu Mikola , Delegate



MARK Suomen maisema-arkkitehtiliittory

MARK Suomen maisema-arkkitehtiliittory

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PL 331, FI-00121 Helsinki, Finland

The Finnish Association of Landscape Architects is a professional and non-profit association of landscape architects which actively promotes the appreciation of Finnish landscape architecture and the professional interests of its members.

Since 1946, activities promoting the role of landscape architecture and horticulture are now focused on maintaining links with both domestic and international umbrella organizations. MARK is a member organization of the Association for the Environment, the International Landscape Architects Association (IFLA) and its European Region IFLA Europe.

The members of the Finnish Association of Landscape Architects use the abbreviation of the association Landscape Architect in their professional titles.

Landscape Architecture Programmes

Aalto University, School of Arts, Design and Architecture/ Dept of Architecture Landscape Architecture

Bachelor in Landscape Architecture
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2015-2020



Aalto University, School of Arts, Design and Architecture/ Dept of Architecture Landscape Architecture

Master in Landscape Architecture
Recognised by IFLA Europe: 2015-2020



Aalto University, School of Arts, Design and Architecture/ Dept of Architecture Landscape Architecture

Master in Urban Studies and Planning (Landscape Architecture)

HAMK University of Applied Sciences (Hämeen ammattikorkeakoulu, Hämeenlinna), Degree programmes in Horticulture and Landscape Design

Bachelor in Natural Sciences

OAMK University of Applied Sciences Oulun seudun ammattikorkeakoulu, Oulu

Bachelor in Natural Resources

NOVIA University of Applied Sciences (Yrkeshögskolan NOVIA, Raasepori)

Bachelor in Natural Resources

IFLA Europe
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ESTONIA

ESTONIA

Teele Nigola

Teele Nigola, Delegate



EMAL Eesti Maastikuarhitektide Liit - Estonian Association of Landscape Architects

EMAL Eesti Maastikuarhitektide Liit - Estonian Association of Landscape Architects

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+3725187602
Lutsu 5, Tartu, Estonia

Estonian Association of Landscape Architects

EMAL is a voluntary, independent and democratic creative Association of Landscape Architects and landscape architecture scientists, established on March 24, 2003 and operating under the authority of its members with the aim of:

- to represent and promote the specialty of landscape architecture in Estonia;

- protect the creative, professional and economic interests of its members;

- cooperate with other organisations;

- organise professional competitions;

- develop landscape architecture training and support the development of members;

- to participate in the organisation of the profession of landscape architecture in Estonia;

- make proposals for the protection of landscape architectural heritage, management of protection and preservation of documentary material;

- disseminate information to members of the Union and publish publications;

- to recognise outstanding achievements in the field of landscape architecture, to award scholarships.

    Landscape Architecture Programmes

    Eesti Maaülikool – Estonian University of Life Sciences

    Bachelor in Landscape Architecture

    Eesti Maaülikool – Estonian University of Life Sciences

    Master in Landscape Architecture

    Eesti Maaülikool – Estonian University of Life Sciences

    Master in Landscape Architecture in English

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