After Your Studies

© Foto: Julian Martitz
Alumni of the faculty on the subject of "First Works" in our public lecture series "dienstags um 6"

"So what are you doing after graduation?"

Many students have heard this question. There are many possibilities how to continue after graduation. The decision has to be made individually and also depends on the financial circumstances, the field of study and last but not least the personal goals.

  • Alumni (Graduates)

    Stay in contact

    As a graduate of the faculty you are a valuable member of a constantly growing community.

  • Doctorate

    Studying after graduation

    The Master's degree at our faculty provides the opportunity to do a doctorate at one of the institutes.

  • Become an Architect

    Provided that the modules in the Master's programme in Architecture and Urban Design are taken, many graduates will be admitted to the Chamber of Architects after completing their studies.

    The Chamber of Architects offers many advantages and membership is obligatory in order to be allowed to use the title of architect.

  • Become a Landscape Architect

    Graduates work in both the private sector and public administration. They work in municipal planning offices, nature conservation authorities or the administration of listed buildings. In the private sector, they work in planning offices, often in larger working groups together with architects, urban planners and civil engineers. Their tasks range from the implementation of small outdoor construction measures to the landscape management of large regions.

  • Become a Landscape Designer

    The occupational field of the environmental planner or the landscape planner offers a variety of fields of activity, for example in planning offices, at planning authorities, nature conservation authorities or associations, at NGOs or in research. The spatial responsibility can range from individual projects at local and municipal level to regional and state tasks. The range of tasks includes concept development (e.g. compensation register), planning and preliminary assessment of projects (e.g. landscape conservation planning, environmental impact assessments), and implementation of nature conservation measures and their success monitoring.