About Horticulture and landscape management

Want to grow greener cities?

Maybe ones with urban forests or plant-based roofs and walls?

Or with spaces that increase our productivity and reduce inner-city temperatures?

Study from a range of options, including horticulture and landscape management, ecosystem management and conservation, and environment, where you can make a positive impact in the way cities and communities develop.

Discover the Master of Urban Horticulture

Learn about the Master of Urban Horticulture at the University of Melbourne. What will you study, and where will your degree take you?

Looking for personalised advice?

Find out more about our graduate degrees and get support with your application. Speak to our expert staff online, via phone or at an upcoming event. You can also register to learn more about your course options and opportunities via email.

Why study at the University of Melbourne

Taught by leading experts

Taught by leading experts

Study a curriculum designed to produce urban horticulturists with necessary skills, as well as a passion for creativity and sustainability.

World-class facilites

World-class facilites

With nine hectares of heritage-listed gardens, our Burnley campus is a literal showcase of urban horticulture, with green spaces incorporated into our buildings and teaching areas.

A meaningful career

A meaningful career

Explore the foundations of designing, creating, managing and advocating for urban green spaces.

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Please speak to our expert staff to discover more about our learning opportunities and get support with your application.