Not just gardens - landscaping is a varied area.
At SRUC we have several courses that look into the landscape, how it can be managed through the application of hard and soft landscaping techniques, and the technical landscaping skills required to ensure it is managed correctly.
The landscape that surrounds us can be modified in many ways, often by design, sometimes via anthropogenic pressures.
Landscaping can relate to the modification of a park to make it more amenable to the local population, but it can also relate to the conservation of an area to reduce the impact caused through path erosion or other factors.
Develop your landscaping, construction or horticultural experience and increase your practical, design and scientific skills.
Horticulture with Landscape Construction
The course provides sound practical experience in a wide range of landscaping skills with the knowledge of construction principles and their application.
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Fees and funding
Funding is available to help you complete your studies, including bursaries to pay your tuition fees and loans to help with maintenance and travel costs.
Although our campuses are currently closed, you can still find out about life and learning at SRUC by joining one of our virtual open days. You will be taken to our old website to make your booking.
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