Ani Nalbandian

IMLA graduate
Russia

"I found the programme unique by how it manages to include so many international students with different backgrounds and support them in working in teams. There were classes, where I could learn about team work and share experiences and learn about landscapes and cultures from other students and their home countries. This atmosphere was very special. Also the programme gave a good overview in different directions in landscape architecture and landscape planning. It offered projects in different scales and in different European countries. Thereby it was easier for me to pick a direction in my career. Additionally to that the internship semester and the German language classes that IMLA offered, helped me to start a career in Germany."

Currently employed at Wamsler Rohloff Wirzm├╝ller Freiraumarchitekten, Regensburg (Germany)