Our Education Liaison team is here to help you prepare your students for the next steps in their education journey by offering a wide range of information, guidance, activities, and events. Explore how we can help students learn more about the career routes higher education can open up, navigate the university application process, and prepare for the transition to university life. Many of our outreach activities are designed to help schools and colleges meet the Gatsby Benchmarks for careers advice and guidance.
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By joining us at an Open Day, students have the opportunity to attend subject talks for the courses they are interested in, meet face-to-face with academic tutors, and speak to our expert staff about the things that matter to them. They will also be able to take in our spectacular city centre campus, cutting-edge academic facilities, and purpose-built accommodation.
Personal statements are an important part of the application process and that’s why we offer applicants the chance to have theirs checked for free wherever they are applying to. Simply email us your drafted statement and we'll come back to you as soon as possible.
You can also discover practical advice and tips on things to consider when writing your UCAS Personal Statement in our dedicated Live Lounge live-stream video.
The University of Lincoln's Careers and Employability service offers students and graduates a range of services to help them prepare for their future careers. You can find out more at www.uolcareers.co.uk.
You and your students can also access online guides produced by our careers advisors which detail how different degree subjects can open doors to a diverse range of employment opportunities.
The Lincolnshire Children’s University aims to raise children’s aspirations and provide them with a wide variety of exciting learning opportunities that they may not otherwise experience.
The Children’s University is part of a national charity, the Children’s University Trust, and is run by the University of Lincoln in partnership with Bishop Grosseteste University.