Postgraduate study at the University of Lincoln can help you to further or completely change your career, develop your knowledge, enhance your salary, or even prepare you to start your own business. It's an investment in you and your future.
As well as preparing for your future with postgraduate study, for every application submitted at a Postgraduate Open Day, we will plant a tree at the University's Riseholme Campus as part of our tree-planting pledge. The Postgraduate Team will be on hand at the Open Days to assist with applications - simply come along to receive one-to-one support in submitting your application with the additional benefit of assisting the University’s sustainability pledge by having a tree planted in your name at our Riseholme campus.
We offer a range of taught and research-based postgraduate programmes which build on our academic strengths, and we are constantly refreshing our courses and adding new specialisms to meet the demands of our changing world.
You can find out more about postgraduate study at Lincoln by visiting us at an Open Day or attending one of the many on-campus and online events we run throughout the year.
Each year, we help hundreds of people change and enrich their lives through postgraduate study. Now it's your turn.
Explore some of our courses below to get a flavour of what's on offer at Lincoln.
This course can help to enhance a currently qualified physiotherapist's knowledge and skills through various teaching and learning methods to equip them for current clinical practice, with topics including clinical reasoning and decision making, pathoanatomic and physiology, and interventions.
MSc Nursing (Pre-registration - Adult) aims to prepare graduates for the complex, demanding, and rewarding area of adult nursing. The course provides those from a range of backgrounds with the opportunity to transfer their skills to become a registered nurse (adult).
This programme offers an academically rigorous approach to the critical analysis of the subject and provides students with the opportunity to develop a hands-on, multiplatform perspective of the journalistic world, as well as the chance to specialise in a medium of their choice.
MSc Data Science and Applied Analytics aims to develop graduates who understand relevant approaches to designing data science tools, their implementation and evaluation, analytical aspects of big data, and their meaning and importance to both businesses and the public sector.
This MSBA programme will actively seek to imagine and create fairer and sustainable modes of organising, with the aim of making the connection between global-level challenges and the day-to-day practice of organisations and managers.