Crossing Borders/Landscape Architecture

On Thursday, November 8, the Dutch School of Landscape Architecture (DSL) organizes the symposium ‘Crossing Borders in Landscape Architecture’ in Delft on the meaning of internationalisation for the field of landscape architecture.

What does internationalisation mean for practice and competences of (future) landscape architects who work abroad and vice versa? What does internationalisation require of curricula? And what is necessary to become successful in international research projects?

The Dutch Master’s programs (Wageningen UR, TU Delft, Amsterdam Academy), Bachelor’s programs (VHL Velp and HAS Den Bosch), the NVTL and representatives from agencies and the government share their experiences, vision and questions. What are the trends, opportunities and risks? And how can we cope with different cultural backgrounds & ethical dilemma’s?

With: Lisa Mackenzie (Edinburgh School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture), Eric Luiten, Inge Bobbink (TU Delft), Mathias Lehner (BNA) and many others.

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