We’ve put together a series of online interactive educational activities to replace our face-to-face masterclasses, schools and colleges liaison, and UCAS fairs while schools are closed due to the Coronavirus pandemic. We want to encourage and support you to keep studying and are providing innovative and engaging ways to involve you in online activities within our academic community. Join us for Live Link-ups, Lincoln Live talks, and our Lincoln Quiz on our dedicated Virtual Classroom Facebook page.
You can access exclusive benefits by signing up to become a Virtual Classroom member. As a member, you can receive updates and reminders for our upcoming events and be the first to put your questions to our Lincoln Live speakers!
Our weekly Lincoln Live events will take place every Wednesday at 2pm and offer the chance to hear from guest speakers as they discuss topics from across the worlds of business, entertainment, politics, science, and the arts.
Our next Lincoln Live event is on Wednesday 8 April from 2pm, where we will hear from Farhan Ahmed, Associate Professor and Dean of Postgraduate Education at the University. Farhan will be delivering a live talk on 'COVID-19 and Its Impact On Businesses'.
Details of our upcoming Lincoln Live events can be found on our events page.
Did you miss our Lincoln Live talk with Professor Libby John, Pro Vice Chancellor of the University's College of Science?
If you missed it, or would just like to watch it again, you can!
Watch Professor John's talk, 'The Science of Climate Change', now.
Farhan Ahmed, Associate Professor and Dean of Postgraduate Education, will be delivering an online talk titled 'COVID-19 and Its Impact On Businesses'.
Nigel Allinson MBE, Distinguished Professor of Image Engineering and Director of Research at the University of Lincoln, will be live-streaming a talk titled 'Honest Science and Fake Science'.
Liam McCann, Associate Professor in the School of Social and Political Sciences, will discuss the importance of studying Criminology at university during his live stream as part of our range of Virtual Classroom activities.
Naturalist and television presenter, Chris Packham CBE, will be delivering a live talk online as part of the University of Lincoln's Virtual Classroom actitivities.
Television presenter and technology expert, Jason Bradbury, and Stewart Bibby Associate Professor in the School of Design at the University of Lincoln will deliver an online talk titled 'Design projects within the product programme'.
Stand-up comedian, writer, and director, Stewart Lee will deliver an online talk about about what's considered to be appropriate humour during a time of crisis.
As part of our range of Virtual Classroom activities, BBC Radio 1 presenter, Clara Amfo, will be delivering an online talk.
Dr Patricia Jackman, Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Psychology at the University of Lincoln, will deliver an insightful online talk about her research as part of our Virtual Classroom activities.
Managing Editor of Siren FM, Andrew David, will be live-streaming a talk titled 'From tapes, CDs, LPs, and razor blades to virtual radio stations. The broadcasting future - it’s a young person’s world'.
Dr Chris Headleand, Associate Professor in the School of Computer Science at the University of Lincoln, will host an online talk about the role that video games can play in education for student engagement.
Our regular Live Link-ups provide the opportunity to ask questions you might have about going to university. Speak to our team of advisors who will be happy to answer any of your questions, whether you want to know more about the application process, fees and funding, or accommodation, or simply want to find out more about student life at Lincoln.
Test your knowledge and win prizes by taking part in our regular Lincoln Quiz. The first quiz will take place on Monday 30 March at 3pm.
Each year the University of Lincoln welcomes high-profile individuals from all over the world to speak at our prestigious Great Lives lecture series. Browse some of our Great Lives videos below.
The Univerity's Lincoln International Business School has launched a series of unique podcasts.
Drawing on the research expertise of his colleagues in the Business School, Pro Vice Chancellor Dr Craig March brings their work on a variety of subjects to a wider audience.
In the first of the series Dr Maria Kordowicz talks 'Creating Compassionate Organisations'.
You can start making new friends before you even arrive at Lincoln by registering with our Friends for Life initiative. The scheme uses social media to connect you with like-minded students waiting to join us by matching interests.
As many of us spend our days at home in the fight against Coronavirus, it's becoming clearer each day just how important the arts are in our every day lives. They are providing inspiration, keeping us entertained, and invoking thought. They are helping to keep us sane, and get us through this difficult time.
You can show your support for the arts, by getting involved in our #WhyArtsMatter Campaign.
Launched by the University with support from Alan Bishop, Chief Executive at Creative Industries Federation, the campaign aims to create a groundswell of support for the arts that will inform and inspire decision makers to get behind bringing the arts into prominence as a core part of the school curriculum.
Take part by shooting a short video clip describing #WhyArtsMatter to share on social media.
The Univerity's on campus radio station has brought together two excellent items from Siren Radio this week. On Wednesday 1 April the station made contact with one of the UK's foremost weather presenters, John Kettley, for his monthly 'John Kettley Weather Programme' and later in the day, Professor Libby John, Head of the School of Science at the University of Lincoln, took part in this week's Lincoln Live talk titled 'The Science of Climate Change'.