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The London College of Garden Design

London College of Garden Design has fast become the preferred place to study for those looking for a serious career in the profession

The London College of Garden Design has launched a new website to join all its venues and courses together into one place.

Director Andrew Fisher Tomlin said “we were conscious that our previous website whilst ideal for when we first launched five years ago needed to be improved to bring together the different strands of courses, venues and people into one place.”
He added “we also wanted to better display the talents and achievements of our students and graduates and our new website allows them to have direct control of personal pages that they can use to generate commissions once they graduate.”

The College’s graduates have chalked up a series of awards over the past two years including sweeping up the majority of student awards made by the Society of Garden Designers, the UK’s professional body for garden design, and winning medals awarded by the Royal Horticultural Society for gardens.

Fisher Tomlin said “this is a great time to be studying for a career in garden and landscape design and the London College of Garden Design has fast become the preferred place to study for those looking for a serious career in the profession.” The message is certainly spreading with a third of enquiries for the one year Garden Design Diploma coming from overseas, making competition for places strong and the College one of Europe’s leading specialist design colleges.

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About the London College of Garden Design

The London College of Garden Design aims to offer the best professional garden design courses available in the UK. The College is one of Europe’s leading specialist design colleges and offers professional level courses including the one year Garden Design Diploma which is taught from the Orangery Conference facilities at the world famous Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew and Regents College in central London. The college also has a partnership with the Royal Horticultural Society offering short courses at RHS Garden Wisley.

The London College of Garden Design’s short course programme is available at a number of locations. Click here for more information about the LCGD.

Or For further information please contact Andrew Fisher Tomlin at andrewfishertomlin@lcgd.org.uk or Tel: 01276 855977 or 07957 855457

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