A full-time postgraduate taught (Master’s degree) programme in the UK typically takes one year to complete. Applicants must have completed a Bachelor’s degree, or an equivalent qualification, at a recognised institution. Applicants will also need to obtain a specific grade/classification in order to be accepted onto the programme.
Our programme webpages contain specific information regarding the grade/classification we require. The requirements may range from a first class honour’s degree to a lower second-class honours. The table below outlines what we deem to be an equivalent grade/classification in Lithuania.
|UK Bachelor's Degree Classification
|Equivalent Bachelor’s Degree Classification (Lithuania)
|Upper Second Class Hons (2:1)
|Lower Second Class Hons (2:2)
Degree Preparation Programmes
If you do not meet the entry criteria for a postgraduate degree programme, you may be eligible to join a Pre-Master’s programme with the University of Lincoln’s International College. Students from Lithuania require a recognised first degree for entry onto our Pre-Master’s Business programme.
The University of Lincoln offers a variety of postgraduate research programmes. To find out more information about our research programmes and the entrance requirements you will need to meet, please visit the individual programme webpages.