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Landscape architecture degrees

Learn in an award-winning building which includes 14 landscape roofs and let your surroundings – a Royal Park, a vibrant neighbourhood and historically important architecture – inspire your studies.

School of Design: Degree Show 2023

Our School of Design Degree Show is an annual highlight in the university’s calendar and the 2023 edition provided another superb showcase of our students’ exceptional creativity, ingenuity and skill.

Greenwich lecturers featured in the Architecture Foundation's New Architects

Helena Rivera (A Small Studio) and Akil Scafe Smith (Resolve) listed as one of 109 best emerging British practices.

Communities and societies

Our active student-led societies offer a space for personal and academic growth, as well as new opportunities to make lasting friendships. Students can take part in activities throughout the year, both through the department and via the wider Students’ Union.

Take a Virtual Tour

Our virtual tours are a great way to get a feel for where you'll be studying. Explore the facilities we have on offer below.

Research and partnerships

Our academics are involved in a variety of research projects. They include the Design Agency symposium, Landscape Citizenship symposium, Urban Tree research, and Living Walls and Green Roofs research.

Centre for Spatial and Digital Ecologies

The Centre for Spatial and Digital Ecologies is a place for experimentation between artistic and scientific practices across architecture and media, design and landscape, cities and environment.

Join us as a research student

If you have a research proposal related to architecture, we can help you apply to the university and find the appropriate supervisor.


Working with industry

Our expert staff, industry-standard facilities and research expertise can help your business grow.

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Greenwich Research & Enterprise


020 8331 7867

Growing food on Mars was the subject of an exhibition at Greenwich

The Feeding Mars exhibition showcased a live experiment growing vegetables, herbs and fruits in Martian simulant soils. Find out more.