Postgraduate

OPENspace team members are highly active in teaching and supervision in the Edinburgh School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture (ESALA) at Edinburgh College of Art.

Postgraduate taught programmes

Catharine and Simon are Co-directors of the MSc in Landscape and Wellbeing at Edinburgh College of Art (ECA).

Now in its second year, the programme introduces academics and practitioners to the evidence base on landscapes which support and enhance human health and wellbeing, and helps them to think about applying the evidence in landscape planning and design.

Neil Cameron, one of the first students to graduate from the programme, with Catharine at graduation.

Neil Cameron, one of the first students to graduate from the programme, with Catharine at graduation.

> Find out more about our MSc in Landscape and Wellbeing on the ECA website

Catharine and Simon also teach on the Landscape Architecture MLA programme at ECA.

> Go to the Landscape Architecture MLA page on the ECA website

Penny Travlou is Programme Co-Director of the MSc in Cultural Landscapes at ECA.

> Go to the Cultural Landscapes MSc page on the ECA website

Postgraduate research programmes

We are currently supervising, or co-supervising, a group of just over 20 MPhil and PhD candidates, both in ESALA and other Schools within the University of Edinburgh.

Find out more about our MPhil and PhD candidates

OPENspace research seminar series

To support our students in developing their presentation skills, and to share their work with peers and colleagues across the University of Edinburgh and beyond, we have established the OPENspace research seminar series.

Seminars take place about once a month, on selected Monday lunchtimes, during semester time. Speakers range from our own postgraduate students, to peers and early career researchers from other Schools and Universities, and visiting researchers.

> Browse the research seminar series listings for the 2017/18 academic year

A speaker at our research seminar series

Visiting researcher, Guillem Vich (a PhD candidate at UAB), speaking at the first seminar of the series