Although we are not currently open as normal due to the coronavirus pandemic, you can still receive course advice and apply for courses. Whether you are looking to retrain in a new career or are awaiting the outcome of calculated GCSE grades, please do not worry we have a wide variety of courses at all levels. We encourage you to apply now to secure your place for September 2020.
Express your creative and artistic flair while embracing your passion for plants and the environment through one of our garden and landscape design courses.
We have a long-established reputation for delivering garden design courses of the highest quality with a core focus on today’s challenges of climate change, sustainability, and health and wellbeing.
You will be encouraged to showcase your skills by entering your work into nationally and internationally renowned design shows, exhibitions and competitions. Our students regularly win awards in RHS shows such as Chelsea, Hampton Court and Chatsworth.
We offer a range of full and part-time, nationally-certified courses within garden and landscape design, as well as higher education. You can study a Foundation Degree in garden design and plantsmanship, delivered in partnership with the Royal Agricultural University (RAU).
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FacilitiesWe have a range of exceptional quality teaching resources available including specialist design studios to allow you to practice traditional drawing skills, as well as IT facilities for the teaching of CAD techniques.
You will have access to over 30 acres of gardens and open landscape resources at our Enfield Campus, as well as the extensive plant collections and open spaces at our Regent’s Park, Gunnersbury Park, Crystal Palace Park and Mottingham campuses, providing you with inspiration throughout your studies with us.