At Lincoln's College of Science, our aim is to provide students with a supportive and nurturing environment where teaching is informed by research. All our degree programmes encourage independent thinking and are designed to help students develop transferable skills that aim to produce industry-ready graduates.
A range of undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes are available within the College of Science covering a multitude of STEM subjects including chemistry, computer science, engineering, food manufacturing, agri-food, geography, life sciences, mathematics, medicine, pharmacy, and physics.
This website is specifically designed for schools and colleges to access a range of pre-prepared resources or find out about bespoke bookable opportunities we have available to support your students as they consider their post-16 options.
If you wish to gather more information on our schools and colleges outreach option please get in touch at email@example.com.
To make your life as easy as possible we prepare ready-to-print posters for your classrooms outlining details of the different activities we have available for your students. Simply download, print, and stick up the posters to easily advertise our events, online masterclasses, and competitions to your students throughout the year.
British Science Week is an annual 10-day national event celebrating all things science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. At the University of Lincoln, we used this opportunity to showcase our expertise in these subject areas and offer a range of inspiring and interactive activities. These activities aim to encourage young people to continue their studies in science subjects and consider Lincoln as a place to do this.
At Lincoln, an annual event is held to recognise our local areas young scientists. Lincolnshire Schools are invited to nominate their ‘Scientist of the Year’ from their Year 10 and Year 12 students. Awards are presented in biology, chemistry, physics and computer science with a certificate and where possible a prize given to the winning students during an evening of science held at the University of Lincoln.
Our STEM Christmas lectures aim to inspire the next generation of scientists and showcase Lincoln's expertise in a range of key STEM subjects. With a Christmas theme, the aspiration is to bring some fun into science with these interactive virtual sessions. The sessions currently remain virtual with the purpose being to give students from across the UK the opportunity to experience Lincoln from wherever they are based.
Within the College of Science, we offer a range of masterclasses available to support your students in deciding what they might like to study if they choose to undertake a degree. Our masterclasses aim to give school and college students an insight into university teaching, in particular giving them a taste of science at Lincoln. Masterclasses can be delivered live virtually, physically, or pre-recorded, depending on your preference and the current Government guidelines.
To allow school and college students to get a real taste of university life we offer campus visits where we encourage you to bring a group of prospective science students to Lincoln for the day. Campus visits usually include a welcome talk, followed by a workshop usually in one of our science labs, and a campus tour. Where possible, we also bring along some of our current students for your students to chat to. These events are tailored by your individual wants and needs so please get in touch to find out more.
While we have a range of standard activities available we are also keen to meet your and your student's individual needs. That's why we offer the opportunity to book bespoke activities that provide the opportunity to design a tailored experience that meet the needs of your student's interests or support the delivery of specific aspects within the A Level or BTEC syllabus. Work with us to find out how our staff and current students can support you and your student's, get in touch.
Institutes of Technologies have been formed across England to enhance the career and employment chances of young people and adults. The programmes that have been created have been designed in collaboration with employers, colleges, and universities to ensure you are work ready and offer clear career progression.
At Lincoln, our aim is to develop the talent and skills to drive exciting new age industries and play a role in enabling a dynamic, technology driven economy.