The identity of the Lincoln School of Architecture and the Built Environment rests on the necessity to design and build tomorrow’s buildings and cities that are socially, economically, and, environmentally sustainable in both national and international contexts.
The Lincoln School of Design is a creative and innovative community of designers, thinkers, makers, and entrepreneurs working to meet the design challenges of 21st Century society. Students can develop their own design identity, and are encouraged to forge successful careers on the path that they have chosen.
The School of English and Journalism brings together two areas concerned with how we understand and interpret the world around us. Industry-standard news production facilities, extensive work experience opportunities, and a vibrant research culture make the School a centre of excellence for English and Journalism.
The School of Fine and Performing Arts is a centre of creativity with a purpose-built arts venue, studios, and gallery. It is home to a vibrant artistic community where students and staff work alongside one another to explore new synergies between fine and performing arts.
The School of History and Heritage is committed to exploring our culture, questioning who we are, and debating how our values and attitudes have been formed. Students can thrive in the School’s challenging, academically rigorous community, and progress to successful careers with qualifications that are highly respected by employers.