Welcome to Lincoln's College of Science
The College of Science offers a wide range of exciting research-informed and industry-relevant programmes in subjects including chemistry, computer science, engineering, food manufacturing, agri-food, geography, life sciences, mathematics, medicine, pharmacy, and physics. Our Science Foundation Year also offers an alternative route of entry opening an exciting world of opportunities for students who do not meet our standard entry requirements.
Teaching is delivered in purpose-built facilities, providing innovative spaces for study and research. The university continually invests in its campuses to give students the strongest possible foundation to help them achieve their aspirations. The College's most recent investment is the brand new Lincoln Medical School Building completed in March 2021 incorporating lecture theatres, laboratories, a clinical skills suite, a prosection anatomy suite, and a bio-medical and health sciences library.
Across the College, staff are working at the forefront of new discoveries, undertaking world-leading or internationally excellent research, providing students with the opportunity to learn from some of the finest thinkers in their field.
Our strong links with industry and external partners guarantee a current and relevant curriculum. Maintaining relationships with industry, such as our status as Global Principal Partner with Siemens Energy, gives students the ability to engage with employers through enhanced opportunities for placements and mentoring.
Our students learn from and are supported by inspirational academics, many of whom are world-leading in their area of expertise. You will also have access to cutting-edge facilities that will aid you in developing the skills needed for industry.
Professor Libby John
Pro Vice Chancellor and Head of the College of Science
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Centre for Doctoral Training in Agri-Food Robotics
The Centre for Doctoral Training collaboration between the Universities of Lincoln, Cambridge and East Anglia, and is committed to developing the next generation of experts in the agri-food robotics sector. The Centre provides fully-funded opportunities for students to undertake MSc and PhD study, to become the next leaders in the agri-food robotics community.
Research within the College of Science is central to our mission. We aim to deliver research that is relevant and makes a difference to local, national, and international communities. Our staff are working at the forefront of new discoveries, from pioneering research in radiotherapy treatment, to ground-breaking research into climate change and meteorology.