Participating in design competitions is a well known and common practice in the discipline of landscape architecture. Regularly, landscape architecture students participate in design competitions. These competitions are blindly judged and show that a talented students' entry can equal those of the most celebrated and globally acting offices of (landscape)architecture.
The Landscape Architecture group also sends its best student projects to (inter)national student competitions like the national and international Archiprix and the Stedelijk Interieur Student Award. Below you will find a list of these regular student competitions. Students have regularly won awards in these competitions over the last years.
LAR participates in:
Archiprix national (every year, poster competition)
Archiprix international (every two years, poster competition)
Folkert Hellinga MSc Award - MSc thesis award Netewerk Land en Water
WUF-KLV Thesis competition - MSc thesis award Wageningen University Fund (graded min 9)
ECLAS Student Award (BSc and MSc, entry before end July)
European Biennial of Landscape Architecture (every 2 years, max 5 project, send in by Chair (sinds 2016), entry before end April)
ELLS Euroleague for Life Sciences Awards (poster/pitch competition at conference)
Schreuderstudieprijs (ondergronds ruimtegebruik)
Otto Linne Preis (themed competition)