Explore our live virtual events including Open Days, Live Lounges, postgraduate tasters, and applicant Q&A sessions — all designed to provide our applicants, current students, and Alumni community with a wealth of interesting updates to look forward to each week.
We understand the importance of giving you the strongest possible foundation to help you achieve your aspirations and we are constantly investing in our buildings and facilities. 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. Whatever programme you choose, we strive to provide the best learning environment and aim to ensure that you have access to the latest equipment and resources to support your studies.
We know choosing where you're going to live is a big step in applying to university and you'll be keen to start making friends with your future housemates as soon as possible. That's why we guarantee a room in a University residence to all new students who apply for accommodation before 1 September 2021, and once you have made Lincoln your firm choice with UCAS and applied for accommodation, you'll also receive your accommodation offer, meaning you'll know exactly where you'll be living when you join us this autumn.
15 June 2021
Tune in on Tuesday 15 June for an exclusive virtual talk from our Visiting Professor and former Poet Laureate Dame Carol Ann Duffy, who will be announcing the winners of school and college students who entered our Pandemic Poetry Competition earlier this year.
16 June 2021
Our online Live Link-up sessions offer you the chance to participate in friendly, chatroom-style events where you are able to ask questions about a range of topics that relate to anything you might wish to know about joining the University of Lincoln. You can pose your questions directly to our team of expert staff and receive answers back in real time.
22 June 2021
We understand that as a parent or guardian, there can be many things to consider when supporting your child on their journey into higher education. Our virtual Post-16 Year 2 Parents' Evening on Tuesday 22 June will be lead by our Education Liaison Team, who will be joined by departments from across the University to cover key topics including tips on transitioning to university, clearing and adjustment, and accommodation at Lincoln.
26 June 2021
Our virtual Postgraduate Open Days offer you the chance to learn more about postgraduate study with us and what makes the University of Lincoln such a special place to live and study. Just like our in-person Open Days, our virtual events provide you with an opportunity to get to know the city, take a virtual tour of our specialist facilities, or learn more about our student accommodation options in our Information Zone.
9 July 2021
As we approach the summer, you are invited to save the date of our Open Day which will take place on Friday 9 July. We will be providing further details on what we have planned for our summer Open Days in the coming weeks but we hope to be able to offer in-person events, following government guidelines, which allow you to get a real feel for what it is like to live and learn in Lincoln.
One of the world's great historic cities, Lincoln is renowned for its fusion of old and new and is rich in culture and history.
The winning combination of a friendly and vibrant city centre and historic Cathedral Quarter, both offering an unbeatable variety of attractions, activities, and amenities, makes Lincoln a fantastic place in which to live and study.
Situated in the East Midlands region of England, Lincoln’s central location allows for quick and easy access to London and a number of other major cities, including Nottingham, Sheffield, Leeds, Leicester, and Hull. London’s King’s Cross Station is around two hours away by train, and a number of airports are within easy reach, providing direct links to locations around the world.
A new international education partnership will offer students more opportunities to study abroad as part of a goal to boost the number of highly skilled computer scientists equipped to take on roles in the growing global technology industry.
A £10m funding package has been secured to begin developing the next stage of Lincoln Science & Innovation Park. This follows its success in creating high-level employment and attracting millions of pounds of investment into the city since it was founded in 2012.