Applicants' Portal

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Supporting You on Your Journey

We are delighted that you are applying to study at the University of Lincoln. We hope you are as excited as we are about beginning your studies with us.

Our Applicants' Portal is designed specifically for our applicants and offer holders to support you on your journey through the application process from the point you choose your preferred programme to the day you enrol. 

If you're applying to join us in 2023, you can find guidance on understanding your offer and information to help you start planning for your next steps, whether that's selecting your accommodation options or connecting with fellow applicants and current students from your chosen subject area.

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Apply for Accommodation

If you're hoping to join us in 2023, our accommodation system is now open for all applicants who have made the University of Lincoln their firm choice via UCAS Hub. You can view our range of accommodation options online using the link below.

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Apply for Student Finance

If you are a student from England, you'll be able to apply for the 2023 to 2024 academic year in early 2023. You can also apply for Tuition Fee Loans, Maintenance Loans, and Maintenance Grants.

Chat to Our Students

Want to know what it's really like to live and learn in Lincoln? Chat to our students and find out. They're on hand to tell you their experiences of Lincoln, from doing their coursework and exams, to going out and having fun in the city.

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Friends for Life

Our Friends for Life scheme helps prospective students connect with like-minded people before they even enrol at Lincoln.

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Guide for Offer Holders

Have you received an offer from us, and are wondering what's next?

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Offer Holder Days Get Ready for Lincoln

Our Get Ready for Lincoln pages offer helpful information for new students to prepare for starting their studies.

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