The University of Lincoln established the first new Engineering school in the UK for more than 20 years at its beautiful city-centre Brayford Campus in 2009. It enabled a ground-breaking initiative in collaborating with Siemens and other employers in the engineering sector, with the aim of developing innovative engineering degree programmes and high-impact transformative research for the 21st century.
The School of Engineering offers degree programmes in Biomedical Engineering, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Mechatronics. Its internationally recognised academic staff and strong industry links provide the foundations for a dynamic and high-quality engineering education. The School seeks to transform engineering education to create value and develop breakthrough technologies, products, systems, and services regionally and across the world. Accordingly, its degree programmes are modern and innovative in order to equip our graduates and the workforce of tomorrow with the knowledge, skills, and competencies needed to pursue their ambitions and have successful and sustained careers in engineering.
Teaching in the School of Engineering is delivered in purpose-built facilities which combine state-of-the-art R&D and teaching facilities to provide innovative spaces for study and research. Engineering students have access to specialist facilities across our campuses, including the £28 million Isaac Newton Building on our main Brayford Pool Campus. The School recognise the importance of engineering to the future of the UK economy and that's why the School was part of a £37 million project, with £7 million allocated to build our dedicated engineering hub.