University of Lincoln
As one of Britain's top modern universities, students from more than 100 countries choose the University of Lincoln each year for degree level studies. Lincoln aims to provide students with the strongest possible foundations for their future careers. Her Majesty the Queen opened the first University of Lincoln building on the Brayford Campus in 1996.It was a University forged by the will of a community, not by a government directive, and the first new city centre campus to be built in the UK for decades. Today, the University of Lincoln has established an international reputation as a research-driven, pioneering institution. Studying at the University of Lincoln is much more than just gaining a degree, it’s an opportunity to learn from new experiences, create long lasting memories and make lifelong friends.
Whether you are an overseas student looking to enrol onto a degree programme, a current University of Lincoln student interested in an Erasmus exchange or, an overseas student researching study abroad opportunities, there are a range of study options available. When you join the University, you become part of a thriving academic community, live and learn in a safe, historic city, and have the opportunity to graduate with excellent career prospects. A University degree doesn't just dramatically improve career prospects, it is about pursuing academia or a vocation, developing life skills, building confidence and independence. A degree from the University of Lincoln is an investment in your future and in yourself. At the University of Lincoln you will be taught by leading academics, have the chance to work alongside them on research projects as part of our Research Engagement initiative, and will live and learn in a state-of-the-art, award-winning campus.
Based on the Brayford Marina, the waterfront campus is compact, safe and welcoming. Located in the heart of historic Lincoln, a variety of amenities, from supermarkets to bookshops, are within a few minutes' walk.
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