A Home from Home
Choosing where to live while studying is a big decision, so it is important to take the time to find out what is available and best fits your needs. The University of Lincoln’s Brayford Pool Campus is based in the heart of the city and most accommodation is located either on campus or a short walking distance away. Students rate Lincoln in the top 20 per cent of UK universities for a good social life, according to the Times Higher Education Student Experience Survey 2017, and Lincoln was also named as one of Britain’s 20 Best Cities in 2017 by The Telegraph.
You might have a lot of questions about which accommodation is right for you. Our dedicated Accommodation Services team can help.Email the Team
Leaving home is a big step, and we've got some top tips to help you make Lincoln your home while you study here.Top Tips
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Theresa-Maria Braun, English and Journalism student
I like the size of the city. It’s neither too big, nor too small. You can walk or bike everywhere, and there is still a lot to do. The cathedral is a highlight.
He Wei, Mechanical Engineering student
It was really easy to make friends with my housemates; they were all so welcoming. We often get together for meals which is a great way to catch up.
Each provider has its own sign-up fees and contract dates, so it is important you know what costs you will need to budget for. Our Fees Guide (pdf) can help you plan your University living arrangements.
Accommodation at the University of Lincoln fully complies with the new standard for student accommodation, the Universities UK/Guild HE Code of Practice for the Management of Student Housing.
For on-campus accommodation at the University of Lincoln (Cygnet Wharf and Lincoln Courts) On-campus Accommodation Terms and Conditions (PDF) will apply to all students.
Where students are allocated to partner accommodation, information on applicable terms and conditions can be found on individual partner websites.