The University of Lincoln is a prominent higher education institution in the East of England, where an ever-growing community of staff and students from across the world come together to push boundaries and improve society. More than 90,000 students have studied at Lincoln from 135 different countries.
Students will be able to explore a range of courses at a university that has a five star rating from QS and places in the top 130 globally according to THE's Young University Rankings 2022.
Lincoln is a compact and friendly place to live and study. Almost everything students need, from bespoke accommodation to shops, bars and restaurants, is just a short walk from campus. The city is home to a wide range of sports and leisure facilities, alongside a number of award-winning parks and open spaces. There are also museums, theatres, galleries and a castle to explore. The university's graduation ceremonies take place at Lincoln Cathedral, which was built in 1072 and was once the tallest building in the world.
Located on the picturesque Brayford Pool waterfront, the university's campus provides a modern student-centred community with almost everything students need either on campus or a short walk away. Since Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II opened the Brayford Pool Campus, more than GBP 375 million has been invested in buildings and facilities.
The university's campus combines modern architecture, innovative learning environments, and comfortable social spaces, making it an ideal environment for collaboration and growth.
Lincoln takes real pride in conducting research that is tackling some of the most serious issues facing society today. In fact, more than three quarters of its research has been rated as world-leading or internationally excellent according to the latest Research Excellence Framework 2021.
Thanks to the institution's strong links to industry, Lincoln graduates have gone on to work for multinational companies including Rolls-Royce, the BBC, HSBC and Siemens.