Please note this course will next run in 2017 Handbook available April 2017.
The RBGE Diploma in Garden History is offered in conjunction with
the Garden History Society
Since the founding of the RBGE in 1670 garden design styles have undergone many changes and the range of plant material to grace gardens, designed landscapes and botanical collections has significantly expanded. With one of the largest living collections of plants in the world, and with such a long and rich botanical and horticultural history, it is particularly fitting that the RBGE should offer a course of study in garden history.
The RBGE Diploma in Garden History, in association with the Garden History Society, covers a wide range of historical aspects and provides students with a rounded education in the subject as well as more in-depth knowledge of selected areas such as Italian gardens and their influence on British garden design and also Victorian Horticulture.
The course is offered
in two ways:
- taught course over five terms, supported by PropaGate, RBGE's online learning environment. Students attend RBGE on Thursday evenings through the two year teaching period.
- blended learning course with students attending two long study weekends each year and support, exercises and tuition available online through PropaGate.
How to apply
Please note this course is currently under development and will next run in 2017. If you would like to be added to the waiting list for the handbook with full details on the course please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send it to you as soon as it becomes available.
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh
20A Inverleith Row
Telephone: 0131 248 2937