A postgraduate qualification can help you to further your career, develop your knowledge, or even prepare you to start your own business. It is an investment in yourself and your future.
The University of Lincoln offers a range of events throughout the year to help you find out more about the opportunities available, from Taster Days and Being Brilliant Brunches, to our Great Lives public lecture series. These events enable you to explore our campus, meet our academics and support staff, and ask any questions you may have.
Our informal, two-hour Being Brilliant Brunches provide a great introduction to postgraduate study at Lincoln. They typically start at 10am and include a free brunch, welcome talk, campus tour, and a one hour ‘Being Brilliant’ session to get you thinking like a postgraduate student. The informal sessions offer top tips on business and marketing, and introduce some popular management techniques to help you be the best version of you.
Find out more about the University’s exciting and innovative Master’s programme delivered in partnership with The Guardian at one of our MA Creative Writing and Publishing Open Days in Lincoln or London. Fusing academia and creativity with industry insights, the programme offers students the opportunity to develop their skills and build a portfolio with support from an academic coach and professionals in the publishing industry. Teaching on the course is enhanced by workshops, readings, and masterclasses by acclaimed authors from a range of genres. Previous speakers have included Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy, naturalist Chris Packham, and art historian Andrew Graham Dixon.
The University of Lincoln welcomes high-profile individuals from all over the world to speak at our prestigious Great Lives public lecture series. Our students, staff, and members of the public benefit from guest lectures by Visiting Professors and Lecturers recognised as leaders in their field. Here is art critic, journalist, and TV presenter Andrew Graham-Dixon.
For further information about our Great Lives lecture series visit our Great Lives page.
Great Lives: Andrew Graham-Dixon Video