University of Lincoln

Brayford Pool, Lincoln

  • #801-1000 QS Global World Ranking
  • PublicStatus
  • HighResearch Output
  • 15,452Total Students
  • 959Faculty
  • 1,477Int'l Students

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The University of Lincoln aims to provide a stimulating and supportive environment for international students from around the world.

The University currently offers more than 160 undergraduate courses (2018/19) across a wide range of academic disciplines, with a subject portfolio spanning Accountancy to Zoology.

For international students considering their options, the University of Lincoln’s International Office offers a dedicated service from first enquiry to enrolment, including specialist advice and guidance on issues such as visas, funding, accommodation, English language standards, entry requirements, and study skills. Lincoln also has a network of International Alumni Ambassadors who can provide a local point of contact in your home country.

The University offers a free pick-up service for newly-arrived international students landing at London Heathrow Airport on specific dates.

Each year, the University of Lincoln awards a number of merit-based, subject-specific, and country-focused scholarships to international students. Eligibility and awards vary by country, so please visit our website for further information.

Exchange opportunities also exist through international partnerships with universities globally and the University of Lincoln is a member of the Santander Universities Global Division, an international network of more than 1,200 higher education institutions in over 20 countries.

The University of Lincoln’s in-house English Language Centre offers Pre-sessional English and Academic Study Skills (PEASS) courses to help international students meet the minimum language requirements for their chosen academic course and to familiarise themselves with UK academic culture and study skills before starting a degree at Lincoln.

The University of Lincoln International Study Centre also runs university preparation courses for international students who do not otherwise meet the direct entry requirements for an undergraduate degree course. Students can apply for an International Foundation Year or International Year One course, depending on their English Language and academic level, for several of Lincoln’s undergraduate programmes. Upon successful completion, students can progress to degree level study. The ISC’s university preparation courses are provided by Study Group in collaboration with the University of Lincoln.

Outside of academic studies, the International Student Association is part of the University of Lincoln Students’ Union and organises social events and activities throughout the year for international students, as well as campaigning on matters that affect them.

Career prospects for Lincoln undergraduates are strong, with 96% of Lincoln’s most recent graduates in work or further study six months after finishing their course and more than 80% working in graduate level roles (Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education survey 2016/17). 

Lincoln was rated as 10th best in the UK for university facilities in The Times Higher Education Student Experience Survey 2018. This ranking is awarded based on how strongly students agree that their university has high-quality, centralised, convenient and affordable facilities, a good library, and good sports infrastructure.

The University's main Brayford Pool Campus has facilities designed for the subject-specific needs of students, whether they are studying science, arts, social science, or business subjects. More than £350 million has been invested in the University's facilities over the past two decades. Recent investments include the £28 million Isaac Newton Building, home to engineering, computer science, mathematics and physics subjects; and the Joseph Banks Laboratories, where life sciences, pharmacy and chemistry staff and students work together.

The University’s new £19 million Sarah Swift Building houses resources for health and social care and nursing courses. The National Centre for Food Manufacturing, based in Holbeach, Lincolnshire, is a dedicated training, education and research facility serving the UK’s £110 billion food and drink industry, which connects with a variety of national and international companies.

The Nicola de la Haye and Peter de Wint Buildings include studios, workshops and a public gallery. Budding artists and architects benefit from specialist equipment for sculpting, printing, animation, photography and all types of design. The on-campus Sports Centre offers extensive fitness facilities, including a fully-equipped gym, five-a-side football pitches, squash courts, saunas and a dance studio.

One of theworld’s great historic cities, Lincoln is renowned for its fusion of old andnew. The winning combination of a welcoming and vibrant city centre and a historicCathedral Quarter, both offering a rich variety of attractions, activities, andamenities, makes Lincoln a fantastic place in which to live and study.

TheUniversity’s campus is based at the heart of it all. Located on the picturesqueBrayford Pool waterfront, it provides a modern student-centred community withalmost everything you’ll need either on campus or a short walk away.

Whenstudents are not studying, there are plenty of activities and amenities forthem to enjoy on campus and in the city. The University of Lincoln Students’Union operates several major on-campus venues which are popular hotspots for studentsduring the day and at night. These venues were named as some of the safest inthe country in the Best Bar None Awards in 2017.

TheStudents’ Union’s Tower Bar and The Swan provide relaxed daytime and eveninghangouts, while The Engine Shed is one of the region’s biggest live musicvenues. It has hosted acts such as Kaiser Chiefs, Example, Kings of Leon,Kasabian, and Rudimental, as well as comedians Sarah Millican, Romesh Ranganathan,and Katherine Ryan.

A short walkaway from campus you will find a range of restaurants, cafes, and bars thatoverlook the marina area, while the city’s high street and side streets offer amix of independent and boutique stores and national brands and chains. Quirkyspeakeasy bars, cosy pubs, and bustling live music venues add to the vibrantand varied nightlife.

There areplenty of societies and sports clubs that students can get involved in. TheUniversity’s on-campus Sports Centre provides many of the facilities used bythe Students’ Union sports clubs, including five-a-side football pitches,squash courts, basketball courts, hockey pitches, and trampolines. The Centrealso offers a mix of fitness classes and a well-equipped gym. Students can payfor each session individually or via a monthly membership fee.



International students can find details on admissions processes and entry requirements on the University of Lincoln website here.

Ninety six per cent of Lincoln's most recent graduates were in work or further study six months after finishing their course with more than 80 per cent in graduate level roles (Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education Survey 2016/17). Lincoln graduates have secured jobs at major companies and organisations around the world. Recent graduate destinations include the BBC, Rolls-Royce, Siemens, Boots, GlaxoSmithKline, PwC and Rockstar Games. The University has a dedicated and award-winning Careers and Employability team.

The University of Lincoln is recognised as setting a blueprint for excellence in its pioneering approach to working with industry. Its unique relationships with companies such as Siemens demonstrate an innovative industry-engaged approach. This has been acknowledged through a series of national awards and accolades, including a Lord Stafford Award and a Times Higher Education Award. Lincoln is one of only a handful of top universities to hold Global Principal Partner status with Siemens and is also a member of the Santander Universities Global Division. 


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The University of Lincoln aims to provide a stimulating and supportive environment for international students from around the world.

The University currently offers more than 160 undergraduate courses (2018/19) across a wide range of academic disciplines, with a subject portfolio spanning Accountancy to Zoology.

For international students considering their options, the University of Lincoln’s International Office offers a dedicated service from first enquiry to enrolment, including specialist advice and guidance on issues such as visas, funding, accommodation, English language standards, entry requirements, and study skills. Lincoln also has a network of International Alumni Ambassadors who can provide a local point of contact in your home country.

The University offers a free pick-up service for newly-arrived international students landing at London Heathrow Airport on specific dates.

Each year, the University of Lincoln awards a number of merit-based, subject-specific, and country-focused scholarships to international students. Eligibility and awards vary by country, so please visit our website for further information.

Exchange opportunities also exist through international partnerships with universities globally and the University of Lincoln is a member of the Santander Universities Global Division, an international network of more than 1,200 higher education institutions in over 20 countries.

The University of Lincoln’s in-house English Language Centre offers Pre-sessional English and Academic Study Skills (PEASS) courses to help international students meet the minimum language requirements for their chosen academic course and to familiarise themselves with UK academic culture and study skills before starting a degree at Lincoln.

The University of Lincoln International Study Centre also runs university preparation courses for international students who do not otherwise meet the direct entry requirements for an undergraduate degree course. Students can apply for an International Foundation Year or International Year One course, depending on their English Language and academic level, for several of Lincoln’s undergraduate programmes. Upon successful completion, students can progress to degree level study. The ISC’s university preparation courses are provided by Study Group in collaboration with the University of Lincoln.

Outside of academic studies, the International Student Association is part of the University of Lincoln Students’ Union and organises social events and activities throughout the year for international students, as well as campaigning on matters that affect them.

Career prospects for Lincoln undergraduates are strong, with 96% of Lincoln’s most recent graduates in work or further study six months after finishing their course and more than 80% working in graduate level roles (Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education survey 2016/17). 

Lincoln was rated as 10th best in the UK for university facilities in The Times Higher Education Student Experience Survey 2018. This ranking is awarded based on how strongly students agree that their university has high-quality, centralised, convenient and affordable facilities, a good library, and good sports infrastructure.

The University's main Brayford Pool Campus has facilities designed for the subject-specific needs of students, whether they are studying science, arts, social science, or business subjects. More than £350 million has been invested in the University's facilities over the past two decades. Recent investments include the £28 million Isaac Newton Building, home to engineering, computer science, mathematics and physics subjects; and the Joseph Banks Laboratories, where life sciences, pharmacy and chemistry staff and students work together.

The University’s new £19 million Sarah Swift Building houses resources for health and social care and nursing courses. The National Centre for Food Manufacturing, based in Holbeach, Lincolnshire, is a dedicated training, education and research facility serving the UK’s £110 billion food and drink industry, which connects with a variety of national and international companies.

The Nicola de la Haye and Peter de Wint Buildings include studios, workshops and a public gallery. Budding artists and architects benefit from specialist equipment for sculpting, printing, animation, photography and all types of design. The on-campus Sports Centre offers extensive fitness facilities, including a fully-equipped gym, five-a-side football pitches, squash courts, saunas and a dance studio.

One of theworld’s great historic cities, Lincoln is renowned for its fusion of old andnew. The winning combination of a welcoming and vibrant city centre and a historicCathedral Quarter, both offering a rich variety of attractions, activities, andamenities, makes Lincoln a fantastic place in which to live and study.

TheUniversity’s campus is based at the heart of it all. Located on the picturesqueBrayford Pool waterfront, it provides a modern student-centred community withalmost everything you’ll need either on campus or a short walk away.

Whenstudents are not studying, there are plenty of activities and amenities forthem to enjoy on campus and in the city. The University of Lincoln Students’Union operates several major on-campus venues which are popular hotspots for studentsduring the day and at night. These venues were named as some of the safest inthe country in the Best Bar None Awards in 2017.

TheStudents’ Union’s Tower Bar and The Swan provide relaxed daytime and eveninghangouts, while The Engine Shed is one of the region’s biggest live musicvenues. It has hosted acts such as Kaiser Chiefs, Example, Kings of Leon,Kasabian, and Rudimental, as well as comedians Sarah Millican, Romesh Ranganathan,and Katherine Ryan.

A short walkaway from campus you will find a range of restaurants, cafes, and bars thatoverlook the marina area, while the city’s high street and side streets offer amix of independent and boutique stores and national brands and chains. Quirkyspeakeasy bars, cosy pubs, and bustling live music venues add to the vibrantand varied nightlife.

There areplenty of societies and sports clubs that students can get involved in. TheUniversity’s on-campus Sports Centre provides many of the facilities used bythe Students’ Union sports clubs, including five-a-side football pitches,squash courts, basketball courts, hockey pitches, and trampolines. The Centrealso offers a mix of fitness classes and a well-equipped gym. Students can payfor each session individually or via a monthly membership fee.



International students can find details on admissions processes and entry requirements on the University of Lincoln website here.

Ninety six per cent of Lincoln's most recent graduates were in work or further study six months after finishing their course with more than 80 per cent in graduate level roles (Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education Survey 2016/17). Lincoln graduates have secured jobs at major companies and organisations around the world. Recent graduate destinations include the BBC, Rolls-Royce, Siemens, Boots, GlaxoSmithKline, PwC and Rockstar Games. The University has a dedicated and award-winning Careers and Employability team.

The University of Lincoln is recognised as setting a blueprint for excellence in its pioneering approach to working with industry. Its unique relationships with companies such as Siemens demonstrate an innovative industry-engaged approach. This has been acknowledged through a series of national awards and accolades, including a Lord Stafford Award and a Times Higher Education Award. Lincoln is one of only a handful of top universities to hold Global Principal Partner status with Siemens and is also a member of the Santander Universities Global Division. 


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University highlights

QS World University Ranking

  • 2020
    #801-1000
  • 2021
    #801-1000
  • 2022
    #801-1000

Student & Staff

Total students
15,452

16%
84%

International students
1,477

52%
48%

Total faculty staff
959

260
699

Total students
15,452

16%
84%

International students
1,477

52%
48%

Total faculty staff
959

699
260
2022
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Scholarships

Yes
The Scholarships above offer some form of financial aid to prospective students. Please always check the specific requirements and restrictions on scholarship availability.

Campus locations

Brayford Pool, Lincoln, GB,

Brayford Pool , Lincoln , United Kingdom , LN6 7TS

National Centre for Food Manufacturing, Holbeach,

Park Road , Holbeach , United Kingdom , PE12 7PT

English language requirements