Based in the heart of a beautiful and historic city, the University is proud of its reputation for providing a high-quality student experience underpinned by inspirational teaching. The University of Lincoln is The Times and Sunday Times Modern University of the Year 2021 and is rated Gold – the highest standard possible - in the national Teaching Excellence Framework. In addition to the expertise of our academic teams, a number of our programmes feature inspirational guest speakers and visiting professors renowned in their respective industries and professions. Some of our current students have been taught by naturalist and broadcaster Chris Packham CBE and the former Poet Laureate Dame Carol Ann Dufy.
The University of Lincoln is recognised as setting a blueprint for excellence in our pioneering approach to working with industry. Our unique relationships with companies such as Siemens, the Lincolnshire Co-operative, and Santander demonstrate our innovative industry-engaged approach. This has been acknowledged through a series of national awards over the past decade, including a prestigious Lord Stafford Award (2011) and a Times Higher Education Award (2012). This approach provides students with enhanced opportunities for work experience, networking, and access to latest industry trends.
The University of Lincoln has been recognised as one of the top 10 UK universities for reducing its impact on the planet, encouraging sustainability and working together as one community to make a difference globally.
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The official TSR representative page for the University of Lincoln, UK. We are here to help with any questions, ideas, problems, or just to say hi… Our students come first. Students are at the heart of everything we do at Lincoln, from our award-winning teaching and great industry links, to our support provision and outstanding student experience. We are here to help you succeed, whatever your hopes for the future. Join us and change your World.
Choosing what you want to study and where you want to study is an exciting and important step in realising your ambitions. At Lincoln, we offer a range of opportunities for you to discover more about us, the courses we offer, and why thousands of students fall in love with the University of Lincoln every year.
You can begin to discover Lincoln for yourself on our website and by attending one of our many online events, but the best way to find out what it is really like to live and learn here is to join us for one of our Open Days. Currently our intention is to offer on-campus events as soon as we are able to do so. Alternatively, these will be delivered virtually.
By joining us at an Open Day, you have the opportunity to attend subject talks for the courses you are interested in, meet face-to-face with academic tutors, and speak to our expert staff about the things that matter to you – whether that is the course, careers support, accommodation, the Students’ Union, or fees and funding.
You can take in our spectacular city centre campus, cutting-edge academic facilities, and purpose-built accommodation on a guided tour led by one of our brilliant ambassadors. The city you live in plays an important part in your university experience, which is why we encourage our Open Day guests to explore the city while they are with us in Lincoln. The high street is just a short walk away and the trip up Steep Hill into the historic Cathedral Quarter is well worth it.
If you’re applying for one of our courses for autumn 2021 entry, you can pre-register now to be among the first in line once we can welcome visitors back on campus tours. Visit our website to book your place.
To see the full list of Open Day dates, visit www.lincoln.ac.uk.
Student Life in Lincoln
One of the world’s great historic cities, Lincoln is renowned for its fusion of old and new. The winning combination of a welcoming and vibrant city centre and a historic Cathedral Quarter, both offering a rich variety of attractions, activities, and amenities, makes Lincoln a fantastic place in which to live and study.
The University’s campus is based at the heart of it all. Located on the picturesque Brayford Pool waterfront, it provides a modern student-centred community with almost everything you’ll need either on campus or a short walk away.
Working together with the University’s Students’ Union – an independent organisation run by elected officers on behalf of students at Lincoln – the University aims to offer an array of events, activities, and amenities designed to help students settle in to university life, meet friends, and make the most of their time with us.
Students have the chance to enjoy a range of virtual and on-campus events and activities throughout the year, including live music, comedy, quizzes, and fayres. All activities, events, and facilities adhere to the current Government guidance and restrictions on opening and social mixing.
The Students’ Union (SU) operates several major on-campus venues which are popular hotspots for students during the day and at night. These include Towers, The Swan, and The Engine Shed, which is one of the region’s biggest live music venues and has welcomed acts such as Kaiser Chiefs, Rudimental, Romesh Ranganathan, and Katherine Ryan.
Taking part in sporting activities, joining a club, or becoming a member of a society can be a great way to make new friends and create bonds that can last a lifetime. The Students’ Union currently offers more than 150 different sports and societies, including Basketball, Rowing, Yoga, Anime, Gaming, and Harry Potter.
The University’s on-campus Sports Centre provides many of the facilities used by the sports clubs, including five-a-side football pitches, squash courts, basketball courts, hockey pitches, and trampolines. The Centre also offers a mix of fitness classes, a dance studio, and a well-equipped gym.
A short walk away from campus you will find a range of restaurants, cafes, and bars that overlook the marina area, while the city’s high street and side streets offer a mix of independent and boutique stores and national brands and chains. Quirky speakeasy bars, cosy pubs, and bustling live music venues add to the vibrant and varied nightlife.
Please note that all activities, events, sporting events, and facilities will adhere to Government guidance at the time. The University reserves the right to make changes to ensure compliance with any restrictions.
Our city centre campus is in easy reach of public transport links to the rest of the UK. Lincoln Central railway station is a five minute walk away, and opposite that is a new bus station serving the rest of the city and many other parts of Lincolnshire.
The A46 road is dual carriageway from the outskirts of the city all the way to the A1, giving easy access to the south of the country, and London, as well as to Nottingham and Leicester. Sheffield, Grimsby and Hull are also within easy reach.
East Midlands Airport is around a 90 minute drive away.
We understand the importance of giving students the strongest possible foundation to help them achieve their aspirations. Whatever programme you choose, we aim to ensure that you have access to the latest equipment and resources to support your studies. Over the past two decades, the University has invested more than £375 million in its Brayford Pool Campus, with ongoing investment in additional facilities and refurbishments of existing buildings. Following the opening of our £28 million Isaac Newton Building and £19 million Sarah Swift Building, work is now nearing completion on a purpose-built medical school building to help train the next generation of doctors. The University has also been awarded Gold by EcoCampus for its work in driving more sustainable environmental management practices across the campus.
The University’s facilities have been designed for the subject-specific needs of our students. Our buildings blend modern and innovative learning spaces with social spaces for group work and collaboration. At the heart of student life at Lincoln is the University’s Great Central Warehouse Library which provides access to more than 260,000 journals and 750,000 print and electronic books, as well as databases and specialist collections.
Depending on the subject chosen, students can have access to scientific laboratories and workshops – such as the Vehicle Controls Lab, and the Electro-Magnetic Chamber – specialist robotics facilities, state-of-the-art clinical suites, a pharmacy dispensary, consultancy rooms, and a dedicated area for the study of animal behaviour.
Those undertaking arts subjects can make use of a range of bespoke spaces and resources, including well-equipped art, design, fashion, and dance studios; television and photography studios and editing suites; printmaking studios; a specialist facility for working with ceramics, glass, and precious metals; and a 450-seat professional theatre.
Choosing where to live 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 and budget. At Lincoln, we guarantee a bedroom in a University residence to all new students who apply for their accommodation by 1 September in the year of their entry (e.g. by 1 September 2021 for students looking to join us in autumn 2021).
The University offers a range of options to meet different needs and budgets, and our Accommodation Services Team is on hand to help students explore their options. Based in the heart of Lincoln’s city centre, most student accommodation at the University is situated on our Brayford Pool Campus or just a short distance away. Thanks to our fantastic location, no matter which accommodation you choose, you will never be far from the action.
All University accommodation is supported by our Residential Warden Team who are there to support and advise students, helping them to settle in and make the most of their time at Lincoln. Our online application system for accommodation is now open for students who have formally accepted their academic offer to study with us in autumn 2021.
Find out more about our accommodation here https://www.lincoln.ac.uk/home/studentlife/accommodation/
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