An approved learning provider under the Armed Forces Enhanced Learning Credits (ELC) scheme, the University of Lincoln has invested more than ten years of research and development to evolve our military degree programmes.
Recognising the significant operational experience and training of military and civil service personnel, the programmes are open to all suitably qualified and experienced officers, NCOs and in certain circumstances, other ranks.
Typically, students take 18 to 24 months to complete their studies. However, flexibility is a key feature and students may formally interrupt their studies for a period of up to 2 years in light of OOA or other commitments.
Flexible - study whenever and wherever is most convenient for you. Fit the course around your family and work commitments.
Affordable - use your Enhanced Learning Credits (ELC)
Transferrable - transfer your military skills and experience to the civilian marketplace
Supported - easy access to tutors and one-to-one support for expert guidance throughout your studies
Study Skills - each degree has an integrated module aimed at equipping students with essential skills for study which can help if this is your first experience of Higher Education, or if you have been out of education for a while.
Tailored Course - these programmes have been designed with the MoD in mind and programme delivery teams include a number of serving and former MoD staff
Minimal Disruption - distance learning is conducted almost entirely off-campus
Tangible Benefits - student work has been utilised by the MoD to realise measurable operational improvements, budgetary savings and to drive future policy and strategy
Staff Development - the programmes are designed to equip staff with skills, understanding and knowledge that can be put to immediate use.