In Ireland, there is one Degree course and one Masters course available in Landscape Architecture. Both programmes are at University College Dublin. (UCD)
UCD Landscape Architecture School: http://www.ucd.ie/apep/
Bachelor of Landscape Architecture (BSc Land Arch)
UCD provide a one year masters course as an addition to the Bachelor Course and also a two year conversion masters:
This advanced programme builds on the competences taught in undergraduate Landscape Architecture courses in Ireland and elsewhere. The MLA is an internationally recognised two year full time programme with a 1yr dispensation for those who hold a 4yr undergraduate degree in landscape architecture. Graduates from related fields of study who wish to become Landscape Architects may apply to the new MLA pathway program that acts as a foundation to the MLA, replacing the conversion program that ran until 2008. The MLA will offer students the possibility to study in-depth exciting themes of landscape architecture in Ireland. Candidates should apply directly to the Faculty and contact Dr.Karen Foley, Head of the School of Landscape Architecture.
Courses within Europe
The website of the International Foundation for Landscape Architects lists accredited landscape architecture courses within Europe.