When you graduate from the University of Lincoln you will become part of our global alumni community, which is made up of more than 95,000 graduates from across 135 countries. As a graduate of the University, you can access a wide range of benefits and services wherever you are in the world.
We have a dedicated Alumni team to help you stay in touch with the University and make the most of everything on offer. This includes careers support, discounted membership of the University gym, and associate membership of the University library. There are also discounted rates on local and national services such as hotels, travel, and shopping.
To make the most of the full range of benefits and services on offer to you, register and update your details with the Alumni Network.
We have a range of activities that our alumni can get involved in. This includes becoming an alumni ambassador to support outreach and mentor current students, or providing us with a case study to help current and prospective students understand where a degree at Lincoln can take them.
As a university, we are able to provide you with support even after you graduate. Here are quick links to our most accessed services. To find additional links to services such as references or library and sports centre memberships, go to our benefits and services page.
Didn't receive your alumni pin badge at graduation? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to receive your free alumni pin badge in the post and make sure to wear your pin badge with pride!
The University of Lincoln is proud to offer a range of merchandise. Take a look at our giftware, from key rings to official branded clothing. There is something for everyone! Find out more here.
Take a look at some of the rising stars of our alumni community.
Chris spent his childhood commentating on computer games in his room and used his time at Lincoln to pursue his passion for sports journalism by starting a show on the University’s on-campus community radio station, Siren FM. Since graduating, he has gone from strength to strength, and is now working as a senior journalist at BBC News, covering both the Manchester Arena and London Bridge terrorist attacks. Chris credits the facilities and staff at Lincoln for making him the journalist he is today.
Born and raised in Poland, Kamila started her university life in Poland before moving to the UK, learning English, and enrolling at the University of Lincoln. Kamila balanced study, work, and life with a young family; graduating with a First-Class BA (Hons) Business & Marketing in 2014 before gaining her MSc Management in 2018. She successfully secured a graduate internship at a local tech company before being promoted to General Manager. "Studying at the University of Lincoln truly was a life changing experience. It gave me a new job and a new life."
Ayodele works as a Storyliner at ITV's Coronation Street. After graduation Ayodele took a job working at BBC's Blue Peter before moving to ITV to work as an Assistant Storyliner on Coronation Street. Ayodele was promoted to Storyliner in 2020. Speaking at one of the University's graduation ceremonies in 2019 Ayodele said: "My sister and I would guess how storylines would end and joke that we could write them. I dreamed that it would happen and now here I am, writing storylines for Coronation Street".
Whether you're looking to retrain for the post-COVID economy, enhance your existing skills and employability, changing direction, or just looking to do something you love, the University of Lincoln has a wide range of Master's programmes spanning the arts, science, business, and social science.
We offer generous alumni scholarships on our postgraduate courses. For home students, there is currently a discount of up to 20 percent. There are also scholarships available for international students.
Take a look at our Postgraduate Study pages to find out more.
Over the past two decades, the University has invested more than £375 million in its Brayford Pool Campus, with further plans to invest in additional facilities and refurbishments of existing buildings. Much of this has only been made possible by donors who were determined to ensure that we can provide the best learning environment for our students.