The Lincoln School of Film, Media and Journalism has forged a reputation for excellence built on outstanding facilities, a diverse portfolio of programmes, and strong relationships with the creative industries. We aim to equip our graduates with the skills, knowledge and experience required for a successful career in the competitive marketplace.
Our courses place an emphasis on practical production informed by theory. From the beginning of their course, students begin producing original material and have access to professional-standard equipment and resources. All our students can benefit from free access to Adobe Creative Cloud software via our media and design labs.
Employability is at the heart of everything we do. The School's strong links with media and film organisations including, the BBC, ITV, Panasonic, Sky, Adobe, BAFTA, the Royal Television Society, and the British Film Institute, create opportunities for work experience and networking. The School's international partnerships with other universities across Europe, the USA, China, South East Asia, Australia, and Latin America, facilitate exciting exchanges and overseas study opportunities.
New Media Lincs is a creative business based within the School. Its purpose is to enable students to acquire paid work experience alongside their studies, and to help students develop their CVs, showreels, portfolios, and contacts in preparation for a career in industry. The University's campus-based media include the community radio station Siren Radio, the School's web TV news service LSJNews and our Journalism students' own newspaper, The Linc. The University of Lincoln is home to the Media Archive for Central England MACE and a range of excellent resources, including several special collections, which can be found in our Great Central Warehouse Library.
At the Lincoln School of Film, Media and Journalism, our dedicated, caring, and accomplished staff are here to help you thrive and succeed. We hope to meet you soon at an Open Day.
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