Storytelling, crisis management, events, and campaigning form the core of public relations, and our modern approach to communications aims to help students navigate this fast-paced world with confidence.
Live the Writing Life at the University of Lincoln. If you love to read and write and want to explore the boundaries of your own creativity, Creative Writing at Lincoln can provide you with a new appreciation of literature.
Explore a lively and varied collection of texts, from medieval literature and the Renaissance through to postcolonialism and postmodernism, with an English degree at Lincoln.
Study world literature, explore your talents, and build a solid technical foundation as a writer with this joint honours degree.
The study of the closely related fields of English and History encourages students to analyse a range of literary approaches while exploring questions about the past, enabling you to better understand and interpret the world around you.
Combine study of English literature with a thorough grounding in a vibrant newsroom environment with a degree in English and Journalism at Lincoln.
This industry-accredited course is designed to prepare aspiring journalists to produce news content to a print or broadcast standard, putting journalistic theory into practice in the researching and crafting of stories.
Combine a love of creative writing with the practical skills of being a journalist in this joint honours degree at Lincoln.
The BA (Hons) Journalism and Public Relations degree combines the craft of journalism - spotting a story, researching, and writing -with the core skills of public relations, such as choosing the angle, exercising good judgement and ensuring a story reaches the right audience.
Journalism Studies goes beyond uncovering and crafting a good story; it explores the rich history of the profession and the important role it plays in our society.
From lifestyle titles to academic journals, there are a wealth of magazines catering for a range of tastes in both print and digital formats, providing various career opportunities for aspiring writers.
This specialist course offers students the opportunity to develop core journalistic skills in preparation for careers in the media, working within local, national, and international sport. The course is accredited by the NCTJ (National Council for the Training of Journalists).