- 3:Features of the IMLA program.
- 4:Graduate Comments.
- 5:Modules and Teaching Events.
- 6:Programme structure.
- 7:Programme Mainstays.
- 8:Entry requirements.
- 9:Tuition and Application.
- 10:Portraits of the Programme Universities.
- 11:Information and Contact.
Portraits of the Programme Universities
Nürtingen-Geislingen University, Germany
The Nürtingen-Geislingen University is one of Baden-Württemberg's 22 applied sciences universities with a profile that allows it to stand alongside universities as an academic educational institution. It is characterised by hands-on teaching and application-oriented research. In addition to a master's programme in landscape architecture the university offers concentrated, practicerelated courses in the fields of business administration, international financial management, agronomics, food chain management, economics, international management, landscape planning/architecture, town planning and environmental studies. The Nürtingen-Geislingen University is one of the leading business universities in Germany. Nürtingen was once the home of the German lyric poet Hölderlin, and is located at the foot of the Swabian Alb highlands. The city offers a wide range of cultural activities, and its cosy bars and historic quarter lend it a very unique flair.
Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences, Freising, Germany
Green, innovative and practically oriented. This describes the courses offered by the Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences. In the years since it’s foundation in 1971, the Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences has created a unique profile. No other university has a comparable range of subjects that have such a clear and consistent focus on the so-called “green fields”. Unique to Bavaria, the courses offer anything that has to do with nutrition, environment, landscape and agriculture in the broadest sense. Weihenstephan is a suburb of Freising, a former bishopric founded 1,200 years ago and now better known for its numerous facilities in the fields of nutrition, the environment and nature conservation. Thanks to its proximity to Munich, Nuremberg, the Bavarian Alps and the Franconian lakes, Freising offers a wide range of cultural and recreational activities.