Discover Our Colleges and Schools
The University of Lincoln provides a challenging and supportive environment in which to undertake study or research. We offer a range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes across four academic Colleges and Schools, and our academic teams are involved in research at the leading edge of their disciplines, from developing new antibiotics and more effective cancer treatments, to tackling the digital divide, and preserving historical artefacts.
The College of Arts allows students to follow their passions and aims to prepare them for careers in a range of sectors. A wide portfolio of undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes cover subjects including architecture and the built environment, design, English and journalism, film and media, fine and performing arts, as well as history and heritage.
The College of Science offers a wide range of exciting research-informed and industry-relevant undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in subjects including chemistry, computer science, engineering, food manufacturing, agri-food, geography, life sciences, mathematics, medicine, pharmacy, and physics.
School of Chemistry
School of Computer Science
School of Engineering
Department of Geography
Department of Life Sciences
School of Mathematics and Physics
School of Pharmacy
National Centre for Food Manufacturing
Lincoln Institute for Agri-food Technology
Lincoln Medical School
The College of Social Science offers undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in a range of subjects, including sport and exercise science, law, education, health and social care, psychology, and social and political sciences. Students within the College have access to a range of specialist facilities including the Human Performance Centre, and the £19 million Sarah Swift Building.
Lincoln International Business School is culturally diverse, internationally minded, and committed to providing an educational experience that enhances careers. A wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses cover the subject areas of accountancy, finance and economics, people and organisations, strategy and enterprise, tourism, and marketing. Work placements, professional practice, and industry speakers all seek to combine the benefits of academic expertise with industry experience.
Lincoln International Business School also offers executive development programmes, courses tailored for the military, and work-based distance learning opportunities.