All continuing students will remain on the same fee rate as when first enrolled on the programme.
You are required to re-enrol on the anniversary of your first enrolment date for each subsequent year, paying the full years' fee, until nearing completion of your thesis.
Thesis Pending status may be granted for a maximum of 12 months when you are writing up the final version of your thesis with a view to submit for viva examination. Thesis pending status only applies to MPhil/PhD students. If you have not submitted for examination within this period, the standard annual fee will apply thereafter. No fees are due between thesis submission and first examination.
If following first examination you are required to make either minor or substantive amendments, but are not required to be re-examined, no further fees will be charged.
If following first examination you are given the opportunity to be re-examined for the degree, you will be liable to pay fees equivalent to the Thesis Pending fees level on a pro rata basis for each full or part month of registration up until the point of resubmission of the revised thesis.
Changes to the interruption of study fees
A student’s anniversary of enrolment will be re-calculated according to the length of the period of interruption.
Tuition fee liability in the interruption year will be calculated at 100% of the full tuition fee rate for that year of enrolment.
Students interrupting shall not be liable for tuition fees until their re-calculated anniversary of enrolment.
The Fees and Funding Guidance 2017 (PDF) - (available soon) has been designed to answer any questions you may have regarding your tuition fees and how to pay. It also provides information on what you can expect to pay at the University and the financial assistance that may be available to you.
This guide has been designed to answer any questions you may have regarding your tuition fees and ways to pay. It also provides information on what you can expect to pay at the University and the financial assistance that may be available to you.
Please ensure that you read the University General Regulations and also the Regulations that are relevant to your programme of study.
The Student Charter is produced in partnership with the University & the Student Union. The Student Charter provides details of the clear rights and responsibilities of staff and students. The Charter encapsulates what we; staff and students, can expect from each other and what we owe each other, and describes the contract between staff and students.
International Arrival Guide
Help and guidance for students arriving from overseas.
Privacy Notice (PDF)
For more information about how the University of Lincoln processes your personal data, in accordance with relevant data protection laws, please have a look at the Privacy notice above.
Local maps and parking information
Postgraduate Funding (PDF)
Student Finance England introduced Postgraduate loans for most taught and research Master’s programmes in the academic year 16/17. For information relating to these loans for academic year 17/18 please see the attached leaflet. These loans are available for both full time and part time Master’s students; eligibility criteria applies.
European Student Medical Care (PDF)
Ensuring you have the correct documentation before you arrive.
Multi-Faith Chaplaincy (PDF)
The University has a Multi-Faith Chaplaincy service, which offers pastoral care, a confidential listening ear and spiritual support to anyone in our University community. Based at Witham House on the main Brayford Pool Campus, the Chaplaincy provides a place for worship, prayer, interfaith library, hospitality and social events. There is a Chaplaincy Co-Ordinator and team of Volunteer Chaplains/Faith Advisers, all of whom are available for advice.
The information you provided when updating your personal details, will be processed by the University of Lincoln in accordance with the Data Protection Act (1998) for purpose(s) related to your studies and other services. We have a statutory obligation to share some information we hold about you with the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) and other bodies. Your personal data may be shared with the appropriate regulatory body for your course and your name may be included on published results lists and others. Your name and term time address may be shared with the relevant local council to verify qualification for council tax exemption. In the event of non-payment of fees, your personal data may be used for credit assessment, tracing, collection and the prevention of fraud. After you graduate, we retain some of your information to verify results and supply replacement certificates and transcripts. Your details may be used to invite you to join the University’s Alumni Network. Find a full copy of the student Privacy Notice on the right hand side of this page. By enrolling at the University you agree to accept the University’s Terms and Conditions and abide by the rules, regulations, policies and procedures located http://www.lincoln.ac.uk/home/welcomeweek/international/arrivalsguide/enrolment/.