Dr. Christian Tschumi
Dipl. Ing. Landscape Architect, Master of Landscape Architecture, MLA, Switzerland.
"Once you have been working in the profession for several years and notice that you don't have all the knowhow you need, it's time to consider the IMLA programme. The master is the ideal additional qualification for getting ahead, so open a new door and find out what else life has to offer."
Dipl. Ing. Architect, Master of Landscape Architecture MLA, research assistant, Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany
"Passing the IMLA programme was an intensive experience of planning and project management practices in Europe. The IMLA incorporates both methods and expertise in an interdisciplinary context based on a well-organised cooperation of the three innovative universities."
Dipl. Ing. Landscape Architect, Master of Landscape Architecture, MLA, BSLA; Executive Board member and Head of the Gardens and Open Spaces Department at SKK Landscape Architects, Switzerland.
"These days, project management requires a thorough grounding in theory, methodology and management studies, and this is what the programme offers. You also come to view future market challenges with confidence thanks to the intellectual and social competence instilled by the IMLA."
Dipl. Ing., Engineering Consultant for Spatial Planning and Head of the Vis!on Rheintal Project at Stadtland, Office for Regional and Landscape Planning, Austria.
"The IMLA incorporates and embraces diagnosis, vision and implementation and as such fosters sensitive and solid landscape analysis, the development of motivational ideas for the future and the formulation of concrete design plans. The project work is practicallyoriented and gives a fresh impulse to spatial development concepts, at the same time working with landscape architects from different countries benefits from the stimulating range of mental maps involved."