Building a Medical School for Lincolnshire

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Make a Difference

2019 will mark an historic moment in Lincolnshire’s history as the first medical students begin their studies at the University of Lincoln. Lincolnshire’s new Medical School will deliver first class medical training to around 400 students, building on the many new healthcare related programmes – including nursing, physiotherapy and midwifery – introduced by the University of Lincoln in recent years.

Until now, Lincolnshire has been the largest English county without a medical school, without the ability to train its own doctors. That is set to change. The creation of a new medical school will be transformational for Lincolnshire.

The Medical School will inspire young people from local schools and give them more opportunities to apply to train as doctors, encouraging them to remain in the area when they qualify. The Medical School is set to make a huge difference to thousands of people’s lives – and you can be a part of it.

How You Can Help

£21.1 million is needed to enable us to build a dedicated, state-of-the-art building to house the Lincoln Medical School. The support of the community in Lincolnshire was instrumental in the establishment of the University. We are now asking people to come together again – alumni and friends – to help transform medical training in Lincolnshire.

Your support with a monthly gift or one-off donation, however big or small, will make a real difference and will change lives.

There are also opportunities to have your name, or the name of a loved one, immortalised in one the building’s public spaces; and to name a laboratory, teaching suite, lecture theatre or the science library. Your gift could last forever.

If you would like to discuss supporting a particular aspect of the Medical School, the Development Office would be delighted to hear from you.

Make a Gift


 Contact Us

Development Office
University of Lincoln
Brayford Pool

+44 (0)1522 835835

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