The University of Lincoln was awarded Gold - the highest standard possible - in the National Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF). It reflects our exciting teaching, great support for students and excellent employment outcomes.
Research is at the heart of what it means to be a university: it is the process of knowledge creation. It informs the best teaching, drives industrial innovation, tackles global problems and enriches our culture and society.
At the University of Lincoln, academic teams are involved in research at the leading edge of their disciplines, from developing state-of-the-art robotics, to uncovering secrets from our medieval past.
We pride ourselves on helping our students achieve excellent career prospects. While you are at the University of Lincoln, you will have different services at your disposal that will help you best prepare for your future career. This continuous support has helped 96% of our most recent graduates find work or be in further study six months after completing their course, with almost three quarters in graduate-level roles, according to the most recent Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education.
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The University is home to a vibrant international community, and students from more than 100 countries choose us each year for their studies. With specialist facilities and unique employer links, Lincoln aims to provide students with the strongest possible foundations for their future careers.
The excellent partnerships with employers and theresearch-engaged teaching encourage you to maximise your potential and achieve your ambitions. Your time at Lincoln is likely to be challenging, rewarding and exciting but, above all, it should be one of the most important and inspirational times of your life.
Choosing where to live while studying is a big decision and it’s important to take the time to find out what’s available and what would best suit your needs. The University offers a variety of options to suit your needs and budget, from on-campus accommodation in our Student Village to University-managed developments and partnership halls just off-campus. Whatever you are looking for, our Accommodation Services team is on hand to help you find a great place to live.
As a student at the University of Lincoln we know you will want an excellently resourced, comfortable and well-designed library. We offer this in the Great Central Warehouse Library, which provides access to more than 250,000 printed books and over 400,000 electronic books and journals, as well as databases and specialist collections.
The University of Lincoln’s award-winning city centre campus provides a modern student-centred community. Based on the picturesque Brayford Pool marina, everything you need is either on campus or a short walk away.
The University of Lincoln has specialist facilities for those wanting to pursue sports academically or in their leisure time. From studying a sports-related discipline to joining an organised club or making the most of what is available on campus, you can find a sporting activity that you have a passion for, and have fun with like-minded people.
Together with the ISIC Association and British Council IELTS, Studyportals offers you the chance to receive up to £10000 to expand your horizon and study abroad. We want to ultimately encourage you to study abroad in order to experience and explore new countries, cultures and languages.
The course at Lincoln was still very new when I started as no cohort had graduated yet. Being very new, the equipment was amazing, the university has its own NMR machine of which we have hands on experience from first year. There are great links to industry including RB, who runs an industry challenge in second year. Professional practice modules are very helpful for...
It’s been quite challenging but I’m glad I decided to go abroad for my masters. I’ve learnt so much about my self and it has helped me figure out what I want to do in future. I have also made loads of friends for life
More student to teacher contact and networking events needed.