Offer Guide

Our Guide for Offer Holders

Congratulations on receiving your offer from the University of Lincoln. This page provides you with a guide to explain what your offer means as well as giving you information for what you could be doing next, from considering your options for accommodation to other key dates and events.

What Your Offer Means

A conditional offer from the University of Lincoln means that your place is subject to you meeting certain conditions, which are usually based on your exam results. For example, if you are currently studying for A Levels, International Baccalaureate or a BTEC National Diploma, we will have asked that you achieve specific grades. Some courses will have additional requirements, like an Enhanced DBS Check for certain healthcare courses.

The University of Lincoln may make unconditional offers to exceptional students, selected and based on the information provided in their application and any other requirements for the course. Our Guaranteed Places Programme aims to identify undergraduate applicants who we think would excel at Lincoln and make a significant contribution to our academic community. Our offer of a guaranteed place is unconditional and means you can select us as your firm or insurance choice and there will be a guaranteed place for you at the University of Lincoln.

We recommend that applicants consider all of the offers that they receive and take their time to choose the university and course which is right for them. We encourage all our offer holders to continue to apply themselves in their studies, both at school or college and when they join our academic community here at Lincoln.

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Events for Offer Holders

If you have received an offer of a place to study at the University of Lincoln, we will invite you to attend one of our 'Your First Day' events where you can learn more about your chosen programme and the University.

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What Next?

Accommodation Options

The University offers a wide choice of rooms in modern self-catered apartments. You may choose to live in one of the University accommodation developments or in one of our third party provider halls of residences.

Find out more about your accommodation options