How You Study

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How You Study as an Undergraduate

Whichever course you study, at Lincoln you can benefit from specialist technology and a variety of innovative teaching methods, such as lectures from leading academics with international reputations in their field, seminar discussions with your peers, one-to-one time with your tutor, opportunities to work with academics on real research projects, hands-on practical workshops, and extracurricular skills development programmes. 

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It will take a while to grasp the rhythm of seminars and lectures, but preparing for them will make it easier for you to get used to studying as an undergraduate

Independent Learning

University study enables you to take greater responsibility for your own learning than you will have experienced previously. Independent study may include reading and preparation for timetabled teaching sessions, follow-up work and wider reading, working on assessment activities, group work or revision. This process can enhance your independence and enable you to develop life-long transferable skills. Find more information about how you will learn on the course pages for your chosen subject.

Learning Support

As a student at Lincoln we know you want well-resourced facilities backed by professional support staff. You will have access to industry-standard, purpose-built libraries, laboratories, studios, theatre, sports and social facilities. Visit our campus and facilities pages to view more of our award-winning city centre campus.

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