The London College of Garden Design one-year Garden Design Diploma classes take place in the Orangery conference facilities at Kew Gardens and are led by Andrew Wilson, widely acknowledged as one of the UK’s leading garden design lecturers. Andrew has been at the forefront of garden design teaching in the UK and overseas, for over 20 years.
He is supported by practicing design, horticulture and technical professionals to ensure you get a wide experience of the industry and the most up to date knowledge. We pride ourselves on making sure you get personal attention and all the support you need to successfully complete the course.
Our Garden Design Diploma is currently being taught in person at the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew with real time online screening of lectures and tutorials for students that are unable to attend classes in person.
We are already taking enrolments to study in 2021-22. We are usually fully enrolled as much as a year ahead of the start date and therefore if you do want to study with us we suggest you download a prospectus and get in touch to arrange an interview so that all your questions can be answered.
This year’s Garden Design Diploma graduates are already on their way to rewarding careers. Over the past ten years they have won the majority of awards in the Society of Garden Designers Student Awards and in 2018 graduate Will Williams has been named RHS Young Garden Designer of the Year, an outstanding achievement and recognition of the level of training given at the College.
With our unique position in the profession we are often able to make connections for students to benefit from work experience and introduce them to rewarding positions with well known designers including Luciano Giubbilei, Jo Thompson, Tom Stuart Smith and Sam Martin.
The London College of Garden Design one-year Garden Design Diploma classes take place in the Orangery conference facilities at the world famous Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. In keeping with our vision to offer the best garden design training available, our teaching facilities are world class and provide a quiet haven for study in the middle of one of the world’s leading botanic gardens. Kew is conveniently located within easy access of transport links and live projects being constructed in the capital.
The Garden Diploma Course starts in September of each academic year. Please contact us if you are interested in enrolling and if you’d like meet with Andrew Wilson for an informal chat about the course. The course is very popular and is often fully enrolled 3 months in advance of the start date. Therefore, if you are interested in coming to LCGD we would encourage early application. If you are applying from overseas you will need to be eligible to study in the UK.