Overview

  • The University of Lincoln is proud of its reputation for a high-quality student experience underpinned by inspiring teaching, set in the heart of a stunning and historic city. In Lincoln’s academic community, more than 100 different nationalities are represented, and the city attracts thousands of international visitors each year.
  • The University of Lincoln was ranked 7th in the UK for overall student satisfaction in the National Student Survey and in the top 20 for student experience in The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide. In the national Teaching Excellence Framework, the university received a Gold Award – the highest quality possible – and was also named the Modern University of the Year by The Times and Sunday Times University Guide 2021.
  • 96 per cent of Lincoln’s most recent graduates were in work or further study six months after finishing their course with more than 80 per cent in graduate-level roles. Lincoln is the UK’s top 50 university in the Times University Guide 2021 and ranks 45th in the UK.

History

The university is proud of its reputation for delivering a high-quality student experience underpinned by inspiring teaching, located in the heart of a magnificent and historic city. The University is ranked in the Guardian University Guide 2020 among the top 20 UK universities and is graded Gold, the highest possible level, in the national Teaching Excellence Framework, demonstrating exciting teaching, great support for students, and outstanding job performance.

Since Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II opened the University of Lincoln’s Brayford Pool Campus in 1996, more than £ 350 million has been invested in the buildings and facilities, and although the institution can trace its history back to 1861, it is rated as one of the best new universities in the UK by The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2019.

The University has approximately 16,000 students across its four academic colleges, covering topics in the arts, technology, business and social sciences, with more than 300 courses available at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels in total.

University of Lincoln has won a string of awards for its approach to working with employers, especially its partnership with the global engineering company Siemens in creating the Lincoln School of Engineering, which was the first dedicated facility of its kind produced in the UK for more than 20 years.

The University also has a good reputation for the quality of its study, with more than half of its research submitted ranked as globally excellent or world-leading in the last national university research standards evaluation of the United Kingdom, the 2014 Research Excellent Framework (REF 2014).

Rankings and Achievements

  • NSS 2021 Rank-43
  • QS Ranking- 801-1000
  • THE- 501–600
  • The Guardian-34

Faculties at University of Lincoln

  • Department of Wine, Food and Molecular Biosciences. Engage with teaching, research and innovation in foods, beverages and advanced molecular technologies.
  • Department of Pest Management and Conservation. Prepare to help protect the planet’s natural and managed ecosystems.
  • Department of Soil and Physical Sciences. Study with global leaders in researching the interactions between soils and our environment.
  • Department of Tourism, Sport and Society. Explore how people live well, flourish and succeed in the places that they inhabit and visit.
  • Department of Environmental Management. Facilitate sustainability and the governance and management of our environment.
  • School of Landscape Architecture. Transform real and virtual environments in Aotearoa New Zealand and beyond.
  • Department of Financial and Business Systems. Learn the business of accounting and finance.
  • Department of Land Management and Systems. Specialise in disciplines such as agriculture, horticulture, property, forestry systems management and engineering.
  • Department of Agricultural Sciences. Lead the way in pasture, crop and animal production sciences.
  • Department of Global Value Chains and TradeLeading research and learning in economics, supply chain management, tourism, and hotel and hospitality management.

Courses Offered by University of Lincoln

Student statistics

  • Undergraduate –86 %
  • Postgraduate – 14%
  • Full-time students –84%
  • Part-time students –16%
  • UK students– 93%
  • EU students-1%
  • International students –6%
  • Female – 54%
  • Male –46%

Breakdown of fee structure

Fees for International students range £13,800-15,600

Scholarships

  • Africa Scholarship
  • Alumni Scholarship for Postgraduate Study
  • Minority Ethnic Studentship
  • Blackburn Bursary
  • Chevening Scholarships
  • Commonwealth Scholarships
  • Developing Futures Scholarship
  • Egypt Scholarship
  • Undergraduate Engineering Internships and Bursaries
  • Excellence Scholarship
  • Foyer Supported Housing Bursary
  • George Major Bursaries
  • Global Postgraduate Scholarship
  • India Scholarship
  • Indonesia Scholarship
  • International Alumni Scholarship
  • Lincoln Alumni Master of Architecture Scholarship
  • Lincolnshire Applied Social Science Scholarship
  • Medicine Lincolnshire and Widening Participation Bursary
  • Lincoln Sports Scholarship
  • Thailand Scholarship
  • Turkey Scholarship
  • University of Lincoln Scholarship
  • Vietnam Scholarship

Student support

Students have the support of their personal tutor during their studies, who can provide mentoring, advice, and inspiration to help students get the most out of their university experience. In order to address the needs of the student population, the university also provides a wide variety of counseling and consultation programs for both personal and academic matters.

The Student Support Centre, located at the heart of the Brayford Pool Campus, brings together several main services offering a single point of contact that can connect students with the appropriate team. Specialist teams at the University provide free, impartial and confidential guidance and information on a range of issues, ranging from tuition payments, accomodation support, visas and legal advice.

Student life

It is located in a compact and beautiful historic city in England’s East Midlands area. With all the excitement and comfort of living in the middle of a vibrant city, the University of Lincoln offers students a close-knit campus community.

At the heart of it all is the university’s campus. Located on the picturesque waterfront of Brayford Pool, it offers almost everything you’ll need, either on campus or a short walk away, to modern student-centred culture. You can find a number of restaurants, cafes, and bars overlooking the marina area a short walk from campus, while the high street and side streets of the city offer a mix of independent and speciality shops and national brands and chains. The lively and diverse nightlife is complemented by restaurants, cosy pubs and bustling live music venues.

There are plenty of groups and sports clubs in which students can participate. The On-Campus Sports Center of the University offers many of the facilities used by the sports clubs of the Students’ Union, including five-a-side football fields, squash courts, basketball courts, hockey pitches, and trampolines.

There are plenty of events and facilities for them to enjoy on campus and in the city while students are not studying. There are many large on-campus venues run by the University of Lincoln Students’ Union that are common hotspots for students during the day and at night. Such venues were named in the Best Bar None Awards in 2017 as some of the safest in the world.

Living Accommodation

New undergraduate students who confirm Lincoln as their first choice before the deadline are guaranteed accommodation by the university. Most student accommodation at the university is either on the Brayford Pool Campus or only a short distance away, right in the heart of Lincoln’s city center. The Student Village contains the on-campus housing of the University and consists of two waterfront complexes that are purpose-built: Lincoln Courts and Cygnet Wharf. A number of halls of residence and shared living options are also operated by the University for new and continuing students who chose to live off-campus. The Accommodation Services team can help
students find accommodation to meet their requirements and budgets.

Self-catered accomodation costs: £5415- £6350 per year

Transport

The main campus of the university is situated in the center of the city, which means that students do not need a car for transport. They can just ride or walk to the campus. Cyclists have on-site bike shops and the main train and bus stations in the city are less than half a mile from the campus. The busy high street of Lincoln is only a five-minute walk from the campus.

Lincoln and London have regular direct rail services, with King’s Cross Station less than 2 hours away by train. Lincoln is also well linked to major cities such as Nottingham, Sheffield and Hull in the area, as well as to regional airports.

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