Study Abroad Programme

Lincoln’s School of Sport and Exercise Science is an internationally inclusive community of students and staff. At the bachelors’ level, we currently welcome students from across continental Europe, and on our MSc degree, we currently have students from Japan, Iceland, Ghana, Brazil, Poland and Singapore. We are currently developing our involvement in research and teaching collaborations with international institutions particularly in relation to North America.

As part of a school that is expanding its international connections, new students can study abroad at one of our continuously expanding family of international universities.
The study abroad option takes place for one full academic year between levels 2 and 3 of students' studies. Students that opt to study abroad will then return to Lincoln to complete level 3 of their Sport degree, graduating with an 'International’ qualifier on their degree.
This increases the degree programme from 3 to 4 years. 

Study abroad information events take place throughout the year. This includes information during welcome week, and a more formal meeting half way through term one. Level 2 students can begin to apply for the study abroad program in November of their second year. Please get in touch if you'd like any more information. Contact details are at the bottom of this page. 

The following destinations in North America are currently available: 

Appalachian State University - Boone, NC USA 

University of Western Kentucky - Bowling Green, KY USA 


We are currently looking for more potential agreements in both Europe and other areas around the globe.

 
 

 

 

More Information

If you would like any further information on the study abroad programme please contact one of the following members of staff: 

Also, please don't forget to visit the University of Lincoln International Office

 

 

 

Lincoln Study Abroad
School of Sport and Exercise Science, College of Social Science, University of Lincoln, Brayford Pool, Lincoln. LN6 7TS
email: enquiries@lincoln.ac.uk