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Second-cycle study programme (Master) - 3 semesters



Green Urban Planning studies are innovative in Lublin. 


The goal of creating a new Green Urban Planning course of study is to integrate the areas of knowledge previously treated separately – ie. landscape architecture, gardening, spatial planning, architecture, urban planning and environmental protection. Completion of studies will enable graduates to work on Polish and world markets in such areas as: city administration, landscape architecture offices, urban offices, large real estate development companies, independent design studios and also innovative enterprises and recently popular start-ups. 
In the education programme of the studies, an important role is played in the shaping of the environment and landscape, focused on integrated architectural and urban planning solutions, pro-ecological, high landscape and technical values. This goal is achieved through the implementation of education modules in the system of full-time second-cycle studies conducted over three semesters.
Graduates of the Faculty of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture are often employed in public administration offices, design offices, and set up their own design companies;
-  field trips are planned in the study program, tailored to the subject of classes;
- contact with specialists in the field of spatial planning, landscape architecture and plant science can focus on the field of individual interests;
-  there are scientific circles in the department related to landscape architecture and art.
These photos presents the subject of science research leaded in The Department of Landscape Design and Conservation at the Faculty of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture, University of Life Science in Lublin:
1.Thames Barrier Park (London)  – architecture: Patel Taylor; landscape architecture: Allain Provost, Alain Cousseran (Groupe Signes) (photo by Renata Jóźwik);
2. Garden integrated with public object – Crossrail Place Roof Garden – Canary Wharf (London) – architecture: Foter + Partners, landscape architecture: Gillespies (photo by Renata Jóźwik);
3. Garden inside skyscpraper – Sky Garden at 20 Fenchurch Street – architecture: Rafael Viñoly, landscape architecture: Gillespies (photo by Renata Jóźwik);
4. Musée du quai Branly   – architecture: Jean Nouvel, green wall: Patrick Blank (photo by Renata Jóźwik);
1. Completed 1st cycle studies  - diploma of an engineer from the following faculties: architecture and urban planning / 
landscape architecture / spatial management or other related field. Candidates complete the declaration regarding the implementation of ECTS points in the completed related of the first cycle.
2. Related engineering studies are considered to end with the award of the title of professional engineer, while the learning outcomes in the field of knowledge, skills and social competences obtained at first degree studies overlap at least in 60% with the effects of education applied to first degree studies in a related field . The number of ECTS points implemented in the studies related to the field with the content consistent with the content of the chosen field of study determines the degree of implementation of learning outcomes consistent with the chosen field of study. The number of ECTS with matching content can not be less than 126.
3. Payment for Green Urban Planning studies (in English): 2000 Euro per semester