Here you can find key dates and details about applying to study on an undergraduate course at the University of Lincoln. We recommend you take the time to read this information alongside the details about your preferred programme on your chosen course page before completing your application. Our courses pages include a handy Key Facts section with entry requirements and other
All full-time undergraduate degree applications from UK students are made through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS).
The deadline for UCAS applications depends on what you are aiming to study: Applications to undertake a medicine degree in September 2020 should reach UCAS by 15 October 2019, while applications for all other 2020 full-time undergraduate degrees should be made between 1 September 2019 and 15 January 2020.
Late applications will be considered if suitable vacancies remain on our courses. If you've missed the initial deadline, contact us to ask us about late applications.
Apply: You can apply online at www.ucas.com between 1 September 2019 and 15 January 2020. Late applications may be considered if suitable vacancies remain.
Interview: For some courses you may be invited to attend an interview prior to receiving a decision on your application.
Offer: You can view any offers you receive via UCAS Track, so make sure you check regularly.
Respond: Remember, you need to reply to your offers on UCAS Track.
Confirm: Confirm the University of Lincoln as your first choice with UCAS and make an application for accommodation by 30 June 2020.
Enrol: September 2020.
Please note enrolment for 2020/21 will now take place in October as we have moved back the start term in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more in our Coronavirus FAQs.
Part-time applications should be made directly to the University using the University's online application system below and are welcomed from September onwards. Part-time applications are not made via UCAS.
The University of Lincoln makes grade-based offers. Entry requirements can be found on each individual course page. Alternative grade combinations will be considered. All applications are considered individually and offers are made at the discretion of the University of Lincoln. The University accepts a wide range of qualifications as the basis for entry. If you have any questions about your qualifications, please contact our Admissions Team before submitting an application.
The University accepts a wide range of qualifications including A Levels, T Levels, BTEC Extended Diplomas, Diplomas and Subsidiary Diplomas, European and International Baccalaureate Diplomas, Advanced Diplomas and Access to Higher Education Diplomas. Access qualifications required are 45 Level 3 credits at pass or above. We also consider applicants with extensive, relevant work experience. The University requires at least a grade 4/C in GCSE English Language or equivalent. Some courses may have further requirements; please see our individual course pages for details.
Prior Learning Experience
If you are interested in any of the University of Lincoln’s courses but do not meet the standard entry qualifications, we may be able to help. The University can formally evaluate your prior experience and qualifications and offset them against our standard entry requirements. If you would like further information about entry requirements, please contact our enquiries team.
The University accepts a wide range of international qualifications. Country-specific information is available within our Your Country pages.
Mature Student Applications
The University welcomes applications from mature students and will give careful consideration if you do not meet the standard entry requirements. The University will take into account any alternate qualifications or work experience that you may have.
University Preparation Courses at the International Study Centre
International and EU students who do not meet the entry requirements for an undergraduate degree have the option to apply for a university preparation course at the University of Lincoln International Study Centre, Upon successful completion students can progress to their chosen degree programme. Find out more about how to apply for a university preparation course.
Work-based Distance Learning (WBDL)
The work-based distance learning admission process is straightforward and each student application is handled by a dedicated student enrolment advisor. Find out more about WBDL.