By choosing to study at the University of Lincoln you can become part of a thriving academic community, live and learn in a safe, historic city, and have the opportunity to graduate with excellent career prospects.
We know that leaving your home country to study in the UK can be a big step. To help you prepare, we have put together a range of information and advice to help make that journey as smooth as possible.
We look forward to meeting you soon.
Applications should be made in plenty of time to allow for Confirmation of Acceptance of Study and Visa arrangements to be made. For courses starting in September, applications should be received by 30th June. For those starting in January or February, applications should be received by 30th November.
The application process will depend on your chosen level of study.
Information for all new and returning students, including the Arrivals Lounge, where you will be able to:
Congratulations on receiving your offer to study at the University of Lincoln. Find out what your offer means and how you can reply.
Before entering the UK to study in Lincoln you may need to obtain a Tier 4 (general) student visa. To do this you will need a Confirmation of Acceptance of Study document (CAS) from the University of Lincoln.
Learn more about applying for your CAS and Visa.
Lincoln is one of the world’s great small cities, renowned for its striking fusion of old and new. Find out more about the wide range of accommodation options available at the University of Lincoln, most of which is on, or a very short walk from, our city-centre campus.
Lincoln is within easy reach of London and a number of other major cities including Nottingham, Sheffield, Leeds, Leicester and Hull. London’s Kings Cross station is around two hours away by train and Lincoln’s central location allows for quick and easy access to a number of airports with direct links around the world.
Information and advice to help you plan your journey to Lincoln.