Following the Government’s recent decision that A Level results will now be determined by centre-assessed grades, we are working hard to explore what this means for applicants.
If you had a firm or insurance offer to study medicine at Lincoln Medical School and this change means that you will now meet your conditions (as specified in your offer letter), the University of Nottingham will honour their offer and reinstate your place. As there are strict limits on the number of students that can be accepted on our medicine courses, where your chosen course is full, they may be able to offer an alternative location or will otherwise honour your 2020 offer for 2021 entry.
For further guidance visit the University of Nottingham's website.
Welcome to Lincoln Medical School, a partnership between the universities of Nottingham and Lincoln. The School delivers the University of Nottingham’s Medicine and Medicine with Foundation Year degree programmes, enhanced with a Lincolnshire flavour. The courses are taught at the University of Lincoln's Brayford Pool Campus and students have access to specialist teaching facilities. The University of Lincoln is planning to deliver a purpose-built medical school building in 2021, with lecture theatres, laboratories, a clinical skills suite equipped with simulation facilities, a prosection anatomy suite, and a science library.
Lincoln Medical School was established in 2018 with the specific aim of improving the recruitment and retention of doctors to Lincolnshire. Our first students started their studies in September 2019.
I am proud to work with experienced colleagues from both universities and set out to provide an excellent learning experience and first class medical education for our students. Please feel free to contact us with any questions you may have, or if you would like further information about the courses, School, or partnership email email@example.com.
Associate Dean of Medicine
This five-year degree aims to develop you into a practising doctor. Upon graduation, you will be eligible to register provisionally with the General Medical Council (GMC) and begin work as a doctor on the UK Foundation Programme. Students can also undertake a supervised research project of their choice which leads to the additional award of BMedSci.
This foundation course is designed to widen access to medical study. On successful completion students will automatically progress to the BMBS Medicine course. Students can also undertake a supervised research project of their choice which leads to the additional award of BMedSci.
Our students can benefit from specialist facilities including anatomy and clinical skills suites. The University of Lincoln is planning to deliver a purpose-built medical school building in 2021, with lecture theatres, laboratories, a clinical skills suite equipped with simulation facilities, a prosection anatomy suite, and a science library.
Find out more about studying Medicine at Lincoln in our dedicated admissions talk video.
You can find out more about how our courses are structured, the modules you'll be able to study, and what is required as part of our admissions process.
Hear from our staff and students why they think that Lincoln is such a fantastic place to live and learn.