Courses to be re-evaluated as profession faces new challenges
The LI is looking to appoint a consultant to undertake a full review of landscape architecture undergraduate and postgraduate courses across the UK.
Changes in the educational and professional contexts of landscape architecture courses over the past 20 years present significant challenges for the profession, which the review will address.
The aim is to understand the pattern of student applications and enrolments onto LI-accredited courses, and identify ways to attract a stronger, and more diverse range of high-calibre students into the profession, ultimately increasing the overall number of students choosing to study landscape architecture.
The review brief has been developed with the Standing Conference of Heads of Landscape Architecture (SCHOLA), who represent all LI accredited courses.
Anyone interested in tendering for the role of lead consultant on the review should contact Chris.Sheridan@landscapeinstitute.org. The closing date for informal enquiries is 10 June and for tender submissions is Monday 20 June 2016. Full details here