The University of Lincoln offers a wide variety of work-based learning and professional development courses designed to enhance your career and hone your specialist skills. Our professional development programmes have been developed by researchers and industry experts at the University of Lincoln with you and your employer in mind. There is a range of courses and ways to study, from executive programmes to industry-focused short courses and degree level study via distance learning.
Our distance learning programmes aim to help you to co-ordinate your studies around your existing work commitments. Each programme allows you the opportunity to build on your expertise and achieve a full degree by completing a range of work-based management activities. These flexible programmes can be completed within 13-24 months.
As an approved learning provider under the Armed Forces Enhanced Learning Credits (ELC) scheme, our military programmes are designed to allow serving and ex-serving members of all three services, as well as their Ministry of Defence civilian colleagues, to achieve academic recognition of their extensive work experience and formal training whilst in Service.
Our Centre for Professional Development works with health service providers to deliver specialist programmes in healthcare and social work. They include undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes, return to practice (nursing) and a range of learning beyond registration courses for enhanced skills development.
Lincoln International Business School offers a range of consulting services designed to develop effective leadership skills for individuals, teams and organisations for the purposes of professional development, up-skilling and workforce development.
The combination of academic expertise with the real-world experience of our consultants and academic staff, aim to provide relevant and valuable learning experiences that effectively build the capability and development of individuals and organisations.