3rd June 2011, 1:57pm
Boost your career potential through postgraduate study on your doorstep
Students at the University of Lincoln The University of Lincoln is inviting people onto campus to find out how they can unleash their potential through a postgraduate qualification.

The University, which has risen more than 60 places in national league tables over the last four years and is now recognised as one of the top new universities, is holding a postgraduate open day on Wednesday 8th June.

The event, which runs from 3pm to 7pm, is a chance for local people and employers to learn more about opportunities for postgraduate study, including many part-time options.

Applications for postgraduate programmes at Lincoln have doubled this year, but there are still many places available and an even greater choice of taught courses and research opportunities than ever before.

For example, there is a range of business-focused postgraduate programmes such as the prestigious Masters in Business Administration (MBA), MSc Human Resource Management, MSc International Business and MSc Marketing. Taught programmes are also available in fields as diverse as engineering, design, architecture, computer science, psychology, conservation, animal care and visual arts, among many others.

Elly Sample, Director of Communications, Development and Marketing, said:  “Forward-thinking employers are investing in staff with the skills and know-how to improve the performance of their organisation, drive efficiency and better position their business.  Ensuring your CV demonstrates the skills and qualities that employers are looking for is a sure-fire way to make your application stand out from the crowd or help you progress up the career ladder.

“And what better way to do this than study at a university on your doorstep that's now riding high in the national league tables?

“At the University of Lincoln our postgraduate students join a highly ranked university with an excellent reputation for teaching and learning.  Our students benefit from working closely with specialist tutors with international reputations for research and, in many cases, as sector specialists.  Our graduates go on to exciting jobs around the world in a wide range of industries and are highly valued by their employers.”

To find out more postgraduate study at the University of Lincoln, visit the open day on 8th June between 3pm and 7pm at the University’s Brayford Pool campus.  Attendees will be able to discuss their specific needs with academics, meet current students and view the excellent facilities.

To reserve a place, visit the website www.lincoln.ac.uk/postgraduate. Alternatively, call 01522 886644. If you are unable to attend this event, informal visits and discussions can be arranged on request.
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