We are very excited to be able to deliver the London College of Garden Design’s flagship Diploma Course from Kew Gardens
The London College of Garden Design have today announced that from September 2011 their one-year Garden Design Diploma will be taught from the Orangery conference facilities at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.
Andrew Wilson, Director of Garden Design Studies said “Our vision has always been to offer great teaching facilities and an inspiring location to teach from. We are very excited to be able to deliver the London College of Garden Design’s flagship Diploma Course from Kew Gardens, one of the world’s leading botanical gardens as well as a haven for study.”
In keeping with the international status of the new location the London College of Garden Design will continue to welcome students onto the garden design course from both the UK and overseas. Already this year there has been keen interest from across Europe and the choice of Kew Gardens will mean that students are within easy access to transport links and able to benefit from everything that London offers.
All teaching staff at the College are practitioners in their particular field enabling students to learn from current professional experience in their teaching. Wilson said “The new London College of Garden Design Diploma course starting in September is attracting earlier enrolments this year and I am sure that our new location at Kew Gardens will add to the excitement for those starting a career in garden design.”
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