International Student Hub

Supporting You at Lincoln

Studying in another country can be challenging, from communicating in a new language and adapting to different ways of learning, to making new friends and socialising. That's why we've brought together a range of information and links to help you get settled.

Did you miss Welcome Week? In addition to a digital copy of the International Student Handbook, you'll find copies of the welcome week slides on our SharePoint site. You must be logged into your student account in order to access it.

International Student Hub SharePoint

Post-Enrolment Activities and Events

Once you are enrolled and have attended the range of helpful events and activities available during Welcome Week, we'll continue to run events throughout the year to help support you in various aspects of your academic study and social life here at Lincoln.

You can access a timetable of upcoming events below. Check back regularly as we will be updating this with new events as they are confirmed.

Event Date Event Sessions
Monday 4 March 12pm  to 1pm: Lincoln Award Induction (UL110) 2pm to 4pm: Library IT Help and Support Session (UL101) 6pm to 10pm: ResLife Games Night (ResLife Lounge)
Tuesday 5 March 11am to 12pm: Introduction to RefWorks ProQuest (Online) 12pm to 1pm: Preparing for the workplace: Understanding workplace etiquette (MB2301) 5pm to 5:50pm: Feel Good Programme: Badminton (Sports Centre)
Wednesday 6 March 10am to 11am: How to write stand out CVs and cover letters (UL110) 12pm to 1pm: Introduction to Harvard referencing (Online) 2pm to 4pm: Library IT Help and Support Session (UL101)
Thursday 7 March 2pm to 2:45pm: Finding Information: Databases, Discovery and More (Online) 3pm to 4pm: Job search for international students (Online) 6:30pm to 9:30pm: International Women’s Day Event (Ross Lucas Medical Building)
Friday 8 March 11am to 11:50am: Thematic analysis for the first-time researcher (Online) 12pm to 1pm: How to give great presentations at interviews (Online) 6pm to 10pm: ResLife Table Tennis Tournament (ResLife Lounge)
Weekend 2pm to 6pm: ResLife Movie Afternoon (Saturady 9 March) (ResLife Lounge) 2pm to 6pm: ResLife Games Afternoon (Sunday 10 March) (ResLife Lounge)  
Events in the next few weeks
Event Date Event Sessions
Monday 11 March 12pm to 1pm: Working in the UK After Studies (Visa) (Online) 2pm to 4pm: Library IT Help and Support Session (UL101) 5:30pm to 7:20pm: Feel Good Programme: Mixed Gender Just play football (Sports Centre)
Tuesday 12 March 11am to 12pm: Finding information: successful searching (Online) 3pm to 4pm: How to give great presentations at interviews (UL110) 5pm to 5:50pm: Feel Good Programme: Badminton (Sports Centre)
Wednesday 13 March 11am to 12pm: How to prepare for interviews and assessment centres (UL110) 11am to 12pm: Finding information: successful searching (Online) 2pm to 3pm: Introduction to EndNote (Online)
Thursday 14 March   3pm to 4pm: How to get work experience: internships, placements and volunteering (UL110) 7pm to 7:50pm: Feel Good Programme: Netball (Sports Centre)
Friday 15 March 1pm to 1:50pm: Writing Literature Reviews (Online) 2pm to 4pm: Library IT Help and Support Session (UL101) 5:30pm to 6:20pm: Feel Good Programme: Ultimate Frisbee (Sports Centre)
Weekend

 

   
Event Date Event Sessions
Monday 18 March 11am to 12pm: Lincoln Award Induction (UL110) 2pm to 4pm: Library IT Help and Support Session (UL101) 5:30pm to 7:20pm: Feel Good Programme: Mixed Gender Just play football (Sports Centre)
Tuesday 19 March   3pm to 4pm: How to use LinkedIn (UL110) 5pm to 5:50pm: Feel Good Programme: Badminton (Sports Centre)
Wednesday 20 March 12pm to 1pm: How to manage application stress and build resilience (UL110) 1pm to 2pm: Writing with dyslexia at university (UL102)  
Thursday 21 March   3pm to 4pm: Creating UK Career Road Map (Online) 7pm to 7:50pm: Feel Good Programme: Netball (Sports Centre)
Friday 22 March   2pm to 4pm: Library IT Help and Support Session (UL101) 5:30pm to 6:20pm: Feel Good Programme: Ultimate Frisbee (Sports Centre)
Weekend      

Support and Services

In addition to a range of events to help you adjust to studying in the UK, we offer a range of help and support services for both personal and academic matters to help you settle in and make the most of your time at Lincoln.

Student Support and Wellbeing

At the University of Lincoln, we take great pride in placing our students at the heart of everything we do. We understand that leaving home, starting university, and embarking on your future career is a big step, but at Lincoln, it’s not one you have to take alone.

Our Student Support Centre is situated at the heart of our Brayford Pool Campus and is the first port of call for helping you to find the support you may need. Our specialist teams offer free, impartial, and confidential advice and information on an array of topics - from fees, funding, and making payments, to housing, visas, and legal issues.

As soon as you have enrolled at the University, you will be able to register with our on-campus Health Centre and you can also seek specialist advice from our Student Wellbeing Centre. The team includes student wellbeing advisors, mental health advisors, and counsellors who can provide advice and guidance in relation to disability, medical conditions, learning differences, and mental health.

Student Services Website

Digital Technologies How To Guides

Our helpful guides can assist you with a range of common IT issues you may face when getting started at university, including multi-factor authentication, passwords, WiFi, and email.

How to Guides
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Global Experiences

The Global Experiences Team supports all Lincoln International Business School and international students to have a great time at the University of Lincoln, whilst gaining vital intercultural experience and employability skills. Through the Global Experiences Team, we encourage sharing and engaging with cultures from around the world here at the University. Whether you attend a social event, cultural exchange session, or an international trip, you will be making the most of our diverse campus.

Global Experiences Blog
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Careers Support

Preparing you for your future career in the global graduate jobs market shapes your student experience from the day that you enrol. Alongside our industry-engaged approach to teaching, we have a dedicated, award-winning Careers team to support you throughout your time at Lincoln and beyond You can access a wealth of resources on our Careers and Employability website, including a dedicated Careers Guide for International Students.

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International Enquiries Team

International Enquiry Form 

Telephone: +44 (0)1522 308108

WhatsApp: +44 7868 089210