We live in a world that's increasingly urbanised. Our cities keep growing and our green spaces need to grow with them. Maintaining and improving vegetation in our cities will provide the social, environmental, economic and health benefits that keep our neighbourhoods liveable.
Melbourne, like all cities around the world, needs people to design, manage and advocate for greater urban greening and the importance of these green spaces.
We're working alongside industry and government to produce urban horticulturists with these necessary skills, and a passion for creativity and sustainability.
A qualification available nowhere else
The Master of Urban Horticulture is the only course of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere, so you'll have a qualification that’s entirely unique and well-regarded.
Whether you’re new to the field or already have some experience and want to upskill, there’s an entry point for you into this course.
Learn from a garden campus
You'll spend your time getting your hands dirty – literally – alongside world-class researchers at our beautiful Burnley campus and at sites throughout the city.
The course has excellent linkages and contacts to the urban horticulture industry, adding to the currency and relevancy of the study experience, but also building employment opportunities in green space design and management for the future.
There’s even the option to complete a professional internship in an industry, government or non-governmental organisation workplace to launch your career in the direction you want to go.