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ENSP’s EMiLA Fellowship 2019

The European Master in Landscape Architecture’s Fellowship from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Paysage.

The EMiLA fellowship at ENSP Versailles and Marseille is awarded annually to an emerging
designer or confirmed landscape architect, whose work articulates the potential for landscape as
a medium of design in the public realm in the frame of anticipatory transformations at territorial
and urban scale. The position is a one-year position at half time. The teaching is in English.

Who are we:
Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Paysage:
ENSP has educated Landscape architects at The Potager du Roi in Versailles since 1974 at the
demand of the Ministry of Agriculture and created a new corpus of landscape architect designers
capable of answering to urban, suburban and agrarian modernisation. The school educates
students to the highest level. Each year 55 students obtain an internationally recognised Master
degree in Landscape architecture named DEP (Diplôme d’Etat de Paysagiste). There are 32
permanent teachers and over 200 specialists and professional bodies contributing to the rich
field of teaching practice.

ENSP’s area of specialisation is within project-orientated design teaching in studios. Emphasis is
placed on the physical, geographical and human uses of the landscape. We focus attention on the
opportunities inherent to the site, its surface topography and hydrology as well as invisible
relationships such as the dialogue with history. We strive to develop our thinking by
understanding a ‘sense of place’ and this approach is fundamental to our ethos as we
conceptualise and selected projects. The work finds focus in large scale contemporary landscape
issues, such as sub-urban expansion themes, agrarian transformation in rural and sub rural areas
as well a project-orientated understanding of the agricultural and natural dynamic in France’s

At ENSP 50% of our teaching is Design-Orientated the other 50% deals with 4 major multidisciplinary
fields: Social sciences; Ecology sciences/landscape management; Techniques and Arts.

ENSP has a Research laboratory, LAREP, with 14 multi-disciplinary researchers working on
landscape issues. There are two main working axes: Knowledge and design processes “Savoirs et
Pratiques du projet de paysage” and Landscape 1policies “Action publique et projet de paysage”.
Larep offers a PhD in Landscape architecture sciences and has 15 PhD candidates.

École nationale supérieure de paysage
10, rue du Maréchal-Joffre
78000 Versailles
Karin Helms ENSP 11/03/2019

The EMiLA team:
EMiLA is a Master degree run by five leading European schools and universities:
- Amsterdam University of the Arts / Amsterdam Academy of Architecture (AHK
- Universitat Polytècnica de Catalunya (UPC)/ Escola Tècnica Superior d’Arquitectura
(ETSAB)/ Escola Superior d’Agricultura de Barcelona (ESAB)
- The University of Edinburgh/Edinburgh College of Art (ECA)/ The Edinburgh School
of Architecture and Landscape Architecture (ESALA)
- Leibniz Universität Hannover (LUH)/ Fakultät für Architektur und Landschaft
- Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Paysage Versailles/ Marseille (ENSP)
The aim of the master is to foster students to be more aware of the European dimensions in
landscape either at policy level as at territorial level through design and be able, to understand
better our cultural landscape differences. More over the curriculum offer students to learn from
other schools/universities’ pedagogic methods and create their new network. (

The EMiLA fellowhip is intended to reinforce the partnership of our EMiLA partners but also
open our collaboration to other EU or International candidates. The aim is to increase
recognition and foster emerging design educators whose work embodies the potentials for
landscape as a medium of design. The other objective is to start merging research topics in the
field of landscape that could foster our institutions to work on together.
Agenda of the Fellowship:
The candidate will take part in the EMiLA summer school and/or give a lecture in some of the
EMiLA partner schools. During the autumn semester, the candidate will run a studio at Master
level on urban anticipatory topics. This can be on parks contributing to more sustainable cities.
During the second semester, the candidate can take part in our Post-Master degree and be
involved in teachings and workshops. The Post-Master’s program is a professional degree in
landscape architecture research oriented. Applicants are international or locals, some of them
join in just after their Master degree others can be candidates having been in practice since long.
At ENSP , the mastery is in English at Master 1 level during the autumn semester and at the Post
Master curriculum named: “Landscapes in Transition”.
Due to changes in the pedagogic programme or if the candidate is researching on a specific
landscape topic, changes and adaptation to the teaching offer can be provided.
The EMiLA fellow will be appointed:
- Lecturer in Landscape Architecture at ENSP on the site of Versailles for the academic
year 2019-2020.
- It is a part time position. The position can be negotiated to be a full-time position during
a semester
- we offer a residence at the Potager du Roi.
- The candidate is expected to be in residence from September 9th, 2019 through June
2020, or if half time from September 9th, 2019 to January 30rd, 2020. The candidate
taking part in the EMiLA summer school should be free from 23rd of August to 30th of
August and join the team in one of the EMiLA schools/universities. In 2019, the Summer
school is run by LUH Hannover.
- The candidate receives a French salary: depending on the candidate’s curriculum this can
vary from an annual net salary of 10 800€ to 15 000€.

Landscape architects and designers from a range of allied design professions who can
demonstrate a significant engagement with landscape as a medium of design are invited to apply.
Candidates can come from EMiLA partner schools or from other EU or international
schools/universities or from practice. Candidates from practice should show links with teaching.
École nationale supérieure de paysage
10, rue du Maréchal-Joffre
78000 Versailles
Karin Helms ENSP 11/03/2019
The Selection Process:
A jury composed of leading figures from the EMiLA partner schools and Ecole nationale
supérieure de paysage will select the 2019-20 Fellow. The two-stage competition process will
identify a short-list of three finalists who will be invited to interviews with the competition jury.
The jury will recommend a winner to be announced publicly in late spring 2019.
A selected candidate can summit up to three times this application.
How to Apply:
Please submit the following application materials in the form of a single PDF (not larger than 25
- Current curriculum vitae
- Two-page proposal describing the design/research project to be undertaken
- Digital portfolio of design work articulating landscape as a medium of design for the
public realm on large scale territorial transformations and/or urban innovative
- contact information for 3 references
Please name the PDF EMiLA_Fellowship_Lastname_Firstname.pdf;
Submit the PDF by email attachment to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Deadline to Apply:
30th of May 2019

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The Edinburgh School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture (ESALA) invites applications for the position of Senior Lecturer or Reader in Landscape Architecture. The school seeks a candidate who has the ability to lead in education and research in Landscape Architecture, other disciplines covered by ESALA, and in wider interdisciplinary contexts at the University of Edinburgh. The candidate will also be expected to promote and advance the international reputation of the school at the highest level.


Candidates are required to demonstrate experience of creating and delivering original, high-quality research in, or relevant to, the field of Landscape Architecture. 


For the position of Senior Lecturer, the candidate will be expected to maintain and develop their own substantial research profile and contribute, through collaborative endeavour and leadership, to ESALA’s culture of research, design, and teaching. The candidate’s own research agenda may encompass the production of publications, exhibitions and/or outstanding and innovative design work, and she/he will be expected to seek external sources of research funding that contribute in a meaningful way to the profile of the school. She/he is expected to have significant leadership, management and teaching experience relevant to the advancement of Landscape Architecture as a discipline.


For the position of Reader, the candidate will be expected to meet all qualifications required for the Senior Lecturer position. For the position of Reader, the candidate will also demonstrate international recognition for her/his research; have a record of substantial publications and research grants; and have made recognizable contributions to the discipline of Landscape Architecture through advisory work, knowledge transfer, and/or advanced professional practice, among others.


For both Senior Lecturer and Reader positions, the candidate will supervise post-graduate research students and lead on developing a strategy to advance research within the school. The candidate should articulate a vision for future research development, ideally engaging with the work and vision of OPENspace research centre and the multidisciplinary context in which future research funding is likely to be attracted.


For both Senior Lecturer and Reader positions, the candidate will deliver teaching, as appropriate, within the undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in Landscape Architecture.


This position is full time and open ended, and is tenable from 1 July 2019.


Salary Scale: UE09, £51,630 - £58,089


Closing Date: 5pm (GMT) on 15th March 2019.


Vacancy Ref: 046939


Further particulars and application information can be found at the following link:









Faculty Position in Landscape Architecture

Focus: Landscape Design and Site Construction

The Department of Landscape Design and Ecosystem Management at the Faculty of Agricultural and 

Food Sciences at the American University of Beirut (AUB) invites outstanding candidates to apply for 

the full-time faculty position in Landscape architecture at the level of Assistant Professor, or 

higher. The target starting date of the appointment is August 15, 2019. The position is a full-time, 

nine-month, tenure-track position. Appointments are for an initial period of four years.

Position focus: The focus of the position is on construction aspects of landscape design. Candidates are 

expected to have professional and teaching experience in the full process of landscape architectural 

projects: from design conception, development, execution drawings and supervision. Experience in 

landscape contracting of projects is a plus. In addition to design studio courses, the candidate is 

expected to lead the three courses unit on site engineering. 

Qualifications: Applicants should possess a Master’s degree in Landscape architecture or a PhD in a 

related design or construction field. The candidate must have demonstrable experience in landscape 

projects technical design development with emphasis on sustainable approaches to site construction and 

management in leading companies. At least five years’ experience is a plus.

Responsibilities: Teaching and developing the three courses unit on site engineering and teaching or 

assisting in design studios; research on sustainable landscape materials and site management and 

implementation; and service to the department, faculty and the university. 

Benefits: The American University of Beirut is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The home page is 

available at

- Educational allowance

- Health Insurance Plan (HIP)

- Retirement program

- Home leave travel

- Periodic paid research leave

- Life insurance

- Appointment/Terminal Travel and baggage allowance

Applications: Applicants should submit by March 1, 2019 a complete curriculum vitae with a list of 

relevant professional academic degrees and experiences; portfolio of design work and/or built work 

and/or proof of site supervision experience; and names and addresses of three professional references to 

the Dean of Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences, American University of Beirut to the following 

e-mail address This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Letters of reference must not accompany the application. Applicants should ask the referees to 

send their letters directly to the office of the Dean at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Landscape Architecture at RMIT University in Melbourne has four positions open (below). Applications close on Sun 3 Feb 2019


1) Early Career Development Fellow: Lecturer (Landscape Architecture), 3 year fixed-term


2) Lecturer/Senior Lecturer - Industry Fellow (Landscape Architecture), 3 year fixed-term


3) Associate Lecturer/Lecturer (Landscape Architecture), continuing


4) Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor (Landscape Architecture)

Job Reference Number: UOS021047

Job Title: Lecturer in Landscape Architecture (2 posts)

Contract Type: Open ended

Working Pattern: Full-time

Faculty: Social Sciences

Department: Landscape Architecture

Salary: Grade 8:

£40,792 - £48,677 per annum. Potential to progress to £54,764 per annum through sustained exceptional contribution.

Closing Date: 2nd January 2019



Are you interested in working for a world top 100 University? The Department of Landscape Architecture is looking to expand its international research and teaching staff cohort by appointing two outstanding candidates at the Lecturer level. In addition to developing an internationally distinctive design research profile, the post-holders will play a major role in undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and administration, as well as in the supervision of postgraduate research students. We are looking for individuals with a strong understanding of Landscape Architecture and a commitment to developing the discipline and profession, particularly in the field of design. We welcome applicants with experience of innovative design practice in the profession, as well as those with experience of research by design in academia.


The post-holders will specialise in arts and design, ideally with a particular interest in design and the physical manipulation and sculpting of space across a range of scales and in the craft of landscape construction, selection of materials and detailing, but may have a cross-cutting profile across the specialisms of landscape architecture, including planning and management. We are seeking self-motivated thinker-practitioners with a creative design research agenda that engages with issues of contemporary relevance, nationally and/or internationally. We are looking for applicants with aesthetic, visual and spatial literacy, design and graphic ability and a capacity for original design pedagogy.


The successful applicants will have, or be close to achieving, a PhD with a track record of conducting innovative research or have a well-developed portfolio of practice based design projects that will form the basis for the development of future research, together with a strategy for producing research outputs related to design/design theory. The post-holders will have the ability to engage and inspire a wide audience, including the international Landscape Architecture academic community, the diverse students they teach, and publics and organisations outside the academy. They will be committed to teaching excellence and innovation in curriculum, studio, fieldwork and creative practice.


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