Dublin, Ireland offers an opportunity for students in the Urban Landscape program to study first hand the extraordinary landscapes, both natural and man-made, of Ireland and Northern Ireland. Students spend a semester integrated into the Landscape Architecture program at the University College Dublin where they take a suite of courses oriented to the landscapes, ecologies, and traditions of this region of the world.
Segovia, Spain provides a point of departure for studying dynamic and layered urban landscapes, including Madrid, Barcelona, and cross cultural currents as they are manifest in the architectural and urban context of cities and towns in Andalucía. Students spend a semester at the School of Architecture at IE University where they are immersed in the design culture of the school and of Spain.
Architecture major Laura Gomez used her coop experience to go back to her home town, which she left over 10 years ago.
Read more about her experience working in a firm in South America.
Alumna Florencia Lima Gomez, who graduated in 2017 with a BLA in Landscape Architecture,
recently began a position as Assistant Landscape Designer Intern at LOLA landscape architects in Rotterdam, Netherlands. Read more about how her experience in the Landscape Program lead her to this opportunity.
In the summer of 2017, students from the School of Architecture traveled to the Azores to study with Visiting Assistant Teaching Professor Ricardo Camacho at a program run by the University of Lisbon Institute, ISCTE. Read more about the program and the projects the students had the opportunity to engage in.
Fort Ternan, Kenya
Read about how Madison Rogers (BS ARCH 2017) found herself in Kenya working on the design and construction of a science building for a secondary school for underprivileged girls.
And learn about our Dialogue of Civilizations!