Join us online on Thursday 11 March 2021 for our Virtual Open Day!
At the moment, the Coronavirus pandemic means we can't welcome open day visitors to our beautiful Brayford Pool Campus. This is necessary to keep our communities safe and we hope to welcome many people back in-person as soon as we can safely do so, in line with Government guidelines.
In the meantime, our Virtual Open Days still offer students and their families the chance to learn more about what makes the University of Lincoln such a special place to live and study through a variety of interactive experiences you can join from home via your laptop, tablet, or smartphone.
We've modelled our Virtual Open Day on our full open day experience, so you can start your visit by getting to know the city, taking a virtual tour of our specialist facilities, or learning more about our student accommodation options in our Information Zone. Pose questions to our staff and students in real-time as you follow livestreams in our interactive Live Lounge, streamed simultaneously to our website, YouTube, and Facebook channels.
You can hear from key services like our Student Support Centre, Admissions team, and Careers and Employability Centre, or get to know more about the social side of student life with our Students' Union.
Then we invite you to break out into more intimate subject sessions with academic tutors and other prospective students to learn more about your particular course of interest through a mix of panel-based talks. If you prefer, you can leave your questions in one of our themed online Q&A chatrooms, or connect one-to-one with a current student though our UniBuddy platform.
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