At Lincoln, we understand that the transition to undergraduate study can feel like a big step. That's why we offer all of our students an extensive range of learning-focussed resources to help you make this adjustment as smoothly as possible.
Once you begin your studies at university, you will notice the way you learn can be quite different from your experience of learning at college or sixth form. Teaching and learning is delivered in a variety of methods such as lectures from leading academics, seminar discussions with your peers, one-to-one time with your tutor, opportunities to work with academics on real research projects, hands-on practical workshops, and extracurricular skills development programmes.
You can use this page to explore our study-enhancing topics, tips, and help available at Lincoln to make the most of your studies.
At the heart of student life at Lincoln is our Great Central Warehouse Library. Open 24/7 during key times in the academic year, the library is home to more than 260,000 journals and 750,000 print and electronic books as well as databases and specialist collections.
To complement your studies, you can access subject-specific resources and facilities. There is also a range of practical support on offer - students can book one-to-one drop-in sessions and workshops to help their learning development, academic reading, writing, and referencing, statistical analysis, and critical-thinking skills.
You can visit our Learning at Lincoln site to find tips from current students, advice from tutors and links to resources and support on all aspects of learning and teaching. Simply follow the link below or watch the short video to find out more.
We offer a range of help and support for both personal and academic matters to help you settle in and make the most of your time at Lincoln. From academic workshops or one-to-ones or health and wellbeing-related help, there are a range of resources available for you to take advantage of.
Students may have the opportunity to work alongside experienced academics on research that can make a tangible difference to society. For those who want to take their research further, the University offers an Undergraduate Research Opportunities Scheme (UROS). This initiative gives students the chance to work with an academic on a funded research project over the summer.