Choose a university renowned for its high-quality student experience underpinned by inspirational teaching.
The University of Lincoln was awarded Gold - the highest standard possible - in the national Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF). It reflects our exciting teaching and great support for students.
Based in the heart of a historic and beautiful medieval city, our modern campus offers award-winning facilities to support you in your studies as part of our friendly academic community.
Choose a university at the forefront of research-engaged teaching. The University of Lincoln's hands-on approach involves students in all aspects of teaching and learning.
On many of our courses you will have the opportunity to work in collaboration with academics, some of whom are world-leading researchers, and your fellow students on projects that can make a real difference to society. We call this approach to teaching "Student as Producer" and it makes the Lincoln experience stand out.
With our expert staff, modern facilities, close links with business and world-leading research, the Lincoln experience aims to help you develop the tools you need to achieve your aspirations.
At Lincoln, you will have opportunities to broaden your horizons, meet people from around the world and develop initiative and independence. We aim to ensure that when you graduate, you are equipped with the confidence, skills and knowledge you need to achieve the future you want.
Find out more about the many reasons to choose Lincoln.
Teaching and Learning During COVID-19
The current COVID-19 pandemic has necessitated some adaptations to ensure a safe learning experience for all students and staff. From autumn 2020 we plan to deliver an on-campus experience with appropriate social distancing. It is our intention that teaching will be delivered through a mixture of face-to-face and online sessions. Find out more here.
The University of Lincoln welcomes high-profile individuals from all over the world to speak at our prestigious Great Lives (previously named Great Minds) 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 on the topic of Great Lives.
For further information about our Great Lives lecture series visit our Great Lives page.
Great Lives: Andrew Graham-Dixon Video