Alongside opportunities to study for a full undergraduate or postgraduate degree programme, the University of Lincoln offers a range of short study options for both incoming and outgoing UK/EU and International students.
The University of Lincoln is committed to continued participation in the Erasmus+ programme for the 2019/20 academic year. Participation in subsequent years is dependent on the nature of the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union. More information can be found at: https://www.erasmusplus.org.uk/brexit-update
As part of the Study Abroad scheme, prospective students can study one semester or a full academic year on a range of programmes at the University of Lincoln. It as an ideal opportunity to gain an international perspective in your chosen discipline, broaden your horizons, improve your English skills, and to make new friends. Spending a semester or academic year studying in another country may greatly enhance a CV, as well as providing the opportunity to network alongside studies.
The University of Lincoln has a growing number of agreements with universities from across the EU, from whom we send and accept a number of students via the Erasmus+ programme. The Erasmus+ programme enables higher education students to study or carry out a work placement for between three and twelve months in one of 32 European countries as part of their degree course. The exchange programme is a great culture and character building programme that is available to both staff and students.
For current University of Lincoln staff, both academic and administrative, Erasmus offers the opportunity to teach or train elsewhere in Europe for a period of five days up to six weeks. Not only can this give your career a boost, it also offers a chance to exchange expertise, develop international networks and discover new approaches to working practices. Erasmus+ staff mobility is open to both academic staff for teaching exchange, and professional services staff for training exchange. For further information about the available opportunities, please contact the Erasmus office at 01522 835619 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.