Offer Guide

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Our Guide for Offer Holders

If you have received an offer to study with us at the University of Lincoln – congratulations! We look forward to welcoming you to our friendly academic community.

We know university applicants have lots to consider, like selecting firm and insurance choices, applying for student finance, and choosing where to live.

When we make applicants an offer on an undergraduate or postgraduate course, we’ll send them detailed information about the conditions of the offer. If you’re applying through UCAS, you can track the status of your application and any offers received in UCAS Hub.

Below you’ll find more details on the types of offers we make, our approach to entry requirements and accepted qualifications, and some key dates.

Offer Holder Days

If you've already received an offer of a place to study with us, you can now book your place at one of our upcoming Offer Holder Days.

Our Offer Holder Days are subject-specific events that give you a chance to take the next step towards starting your course with us. These events are quite different to our Open Days and are focused on providing you with the chance to really experience what it would be like to study your chosen course at Lincoln.

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Make Friends Before You Arrive

Our Unibuddy Community offers you the chance to start making friends before you enrol. Sign up to connect with other offer holders from your chosen course, start chatting with potential housemates, and make friends with students with similar interests.

Types of Offers

Conditional Offers

A conditional offer from the University of Lincoln means that your place is subject to you meeting certain conditions, usually based on upcoming exam results. For example, if you are currently studying for A Levels, International Baccalaureate, T levels, or a BTEC National Diploma, we will ask that you achieve specific grades. Some courses may have additional requirements, like an Enhanced DBS Check for certain healthcare courses.

Unconditional Offers

The University of Lincoln can make unconditional offers to exceptional students, selected and based on the high quality of their application and additional information provided, particularly their personal statement and references. Some students may also receive an unconditional offer if they already have their exam results and meet the course entry criteria.

Entry Requirements, UCAS Tariff, and Accepted Qualifications

Below are some examples of offers we may make. You can find detailed entry requirements for each programme on our course pages, so please check these carefully for any additional subject specific criteria:

A levels: If you are currently studying A levels, a typical offer may be “A minimum of 120 UCAS Tariff points from three A levels or equivalent”. This is the same as achieving BBB in your A levels, but we also accept a variation of these grades such as ABC. In addition, and if three A Levels are successfully achieved, we will also consider your results from other level three qualifications such as the EPQ.

BTEC Level 3 qualifications: If you are currently studying a BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma, a typical offer may be “Distinction, Merit, Merit (DMM) or an equivalent grade combination." DMM attracts a total of 112 UCAS Tariff points and is equivalent to achieving BBC from three A levels.

BTEC Level 3 Diploma can be considered in lieu of two A levels against our general entry requirements and the BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma in lieu of one A level

If you are doing a mix of A Levels and BTECs: Many of our applicants study a mix of A levels and BTEC qualifications and a typical offer may be “A minimum of 120 UCAS Tariff points from three A levels or equivalent”. If three level three qualifications (for example one A level and a BTEC Level 3 Diploma) are successfully achieved, we will also consider your results from additional level three qualifications such as the EPQ.

Replying to Your Offer

Accepting your offer is a simple process. Just follow ‘Reply to your offers’ which will appear on the 'Your Choices' section of your UCAS Hub after receiving all of your offers. Once in this section you will be able to select your 'firm' and 'insurance' choices.

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Key Dates

There are still other dates to be aware of after you have made your application. These can cover the opening of accommodation applications, the deadline for making your firm choice, as well as other events such as the Offer Holder Days.

Find out More

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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 March 2023. You can also apply for Tuition Fee Loans, Maintenance Loans, and Maintenance Grants.

Your Exam Results

If you have made the University of Lincoln your first choice, your place will be confirmed once your exam results are released. You will usually be able to see whether you have met our entry requirements and if your place has been confirmed on UCAS Hub.

Track Your Application

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