The philosophy of the School of Chemistry is to combine fundamental research with a strong focus on industry relevance, working with companies to address real needs. The School of Chemistry at Lincoln brings together research active academic staff and students in a vibrant research-driven environment to develop new chemical innovation and chemists for the future. Producing highly employable chemical science graduates underpins the chemistry curriculum at Lincoln.
The School of Computer Science is based on our picturesque waterfront campus in the impressive newly-developed Isaac Newton Building. The School holds a broad range of expertise in Computing Technologies and Information Systems, including specialisms in robotics and autonomous systems, computer vision and image engineering, medical applications of technology, social computing, games computing, cultural computing and business computing.
The School of Engineering is the first new Engineering school in the UK for more than 20 years, becoming a reality following a £37 million investment. Combining state-of-the-art R&D, teaching facilities and a strong focus on research-informed teaching, we have brought together an international team of staff from a range of disciplines and industry backgrounds to ensure that our students get the most from their course and the best start in their Engineering careers.
The School of Geography believes in the importance of interdisciplinary knowledge to address major issues. Our academics are experienced researchers invesitgating key issues in global development across a spectrum of human and physical geography, in collaboration with academics in other disciplines. Students will be encouraged to engage in research and project work that builds on the expertise of staff.
The School of Life Sciences provides an exciting and stimulating environment where excellence in teaching and research are highly valued, providing opportunities for students and staff to pursue their scientific ambitions.
The School of Mathematics and Physics offers a range of programmes from BSc up to PhD in both Mathematics and Physics. Our award-winning staff conduct cutting-edge research in fundamental and applied mathematics and physics, ranging from pure mathematics to applied nano-science at the interface between biology, chemistry, physics, and mathematics.
The University of Lincoln has embarked on an exciting collaboration with the University of Nottingham to offer medical education in Lincolnshire. Students can now apply to study for the University of Nottingham's Medicine BMBS degree or Medicine BMBS with Foundation Year based in Lincoln, taught by academic and clinical staff from both universities. Students can learn in dedicated facilities including clinical suites, modern lecture theatres, break out areas for group projects and specialist laboratories.
The School of Pharmacy aims to produce passionate pharmacists and pharmaceutical scientists who are adept in addressing many of the major healthcare challenges we will face in the future. Pharmacists and pharmaceutical scientists have the potential to forge strong and unique bridges between science and healthcare to improve health outcomes, built on the back of developing good relationships with patients, healthcare practitioners and the pharmaceutical industry.
The National Centre for Food Manufacturing (NCFM) is a major resource for the UK’s food industry with over 250 companies accessing courses for their employees, research and innovation. A nationally leading specialist provider of education to the sector, NCFM is dedicated to helping food industry professionals advance their careers through part-time degrees, higher apprenticeships and short courses. In delivering research and innovation, NCFM supports progress and growth within food businesses, aided by our partnerships with technology suppliers and outstanding specialist food factory and lab facilities.