The University of Lincoln offers students the opportunity to transfer their studies, whether that is from one course to another at Lincoln, or to or from another institution. Transferring your studies is a big decision and you should talk to your current university for advice and guidance before you submit an application.
The University of Lincoln is also part of the Midlands Credit Compass, which makes it easier to return or transfer to selected universities within the region. This is for students who have achieved their credit within the last five years at Lincoln, Birmingham City, Coventry, Derby, Nottingham Trent, or Wolverhampton. Further information around how this works can be found at:
The University of Lincoln welcomes applications from students currently enrolled at another institution. We would recommend that anyone considering transferring between institutions seeks guidance from:
The University of Lincoln is also part of the Midlands Credit Compass, which makes it easier to return or transfer to selected universities within the region.
When you have made your decision, you will need to apply through UCAS to the University of Lincoln. You will need to withdraw from your current institution before you join the University of Lincoln but you should make sure you have completed all necessary assessments successfully if your offer of a place is conditional upon you doing so.
Advanced standing is the recognition of existing study you have undertaken and allowing you to use this credit towards a University of Lincoln qualification. Further information is available at: https://cpb-eu-w2.wpmucdn.com/blogs.lincoln.ac.uk/dist/8/8024/files/2013/08/Admissions-Policy-Undergraduate-September-2018-2em36vi.pdf or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are considering studying at another institution, but you are currently enrolled at the University of Lincoln, you should seek guidance from:
We would recommend that you complete your current year of study as you may be entitled to an intermediate award if you have passed a whole year. You will need to withdraw from the University of Lincoln before you enrol at the institution you are transferring to. You can do this by completing the online form: https://ps.lincoln.ac.uk/SitePages/Student%20Administration.aspx.
The University of Lincoln is part of the Midlands Credit Compass along with five other universities. If you are leaving the University of Lincoln and have achieved some academic credit you may be able to use this credit.
If you have passed modules on your programme, you are entitled to a transcript of credit. You can request this from our Student Support Centre: https://studentservices.lincoln.ac.uk.
If you wish to transfer programmes at the University of Lincoln, there are things you need to consider before making your final decision:
This list is not exhaustive. If you require any further guidance before making your decision, you can discuss this with your Programme Leader and/or your College or School Office. You can also speak to Student Services for advice: https://studentservices.lincoln.ac.uk.
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Once you have made your decision, you will need to complete the online transfer form: https://ps.lincoln.ac.uk/SitePages/Student%20Administration.aspx.