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The University of Lincoln’s award-winning city centre campus provides a modern student centred environment. Based on the picturesque Brayford Pool marina, everything you need is either on our campus or a short walk away.

Alongside our world-class academic staff, some of the finest thinkers in their fields visit Lincoln to teach and inspire our students. Visiting professors, lecturers and speakers include technology expert and presenter Jason Bradbury, naturalist and broadcaster Chris Packham, and Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy.

Added to this the University of Lincoln has been named among the UK's best modern universities in the Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2016.

The University of Lincoln is proud of its reputation for providing a high-quality student experience underpinned by inspirational teaching. With nine out of ten of our most recent graduates in work or further study six months after finishing their course, with more than two thirds in graduate level roles. Lincoln graduates secure jobs at major companies and organisations around the globe, including the BBC, Rolls-Royce, Siemens, Boots, GlaxoSmithKline, Lloyds Bank and Rockstar Games.

The best way to learn more about the University of Lincoln is to visit us at an Open Day.

University of Lincoln

Main Campus:

Brayford Pool,

Lincoln,

LN6 7TS

Riseholme Park:

Lincoln,

LN2 2LG

The National Centre for Food Manufacturing:

Park Road,

Holbeach,

PE12 7PT 

http://lincoln.ac.uk/home/studyatlincoln/postgraduateprogrammes/accommodation/

The University of Lincoln offers a wide range of accommodation, most of which is on, or a very short walk from, our city-centre campus. We are proud to be able to guarantee accommodation to new undergraduate students who make us their first choice.

Accommodation Office on +44 (0)1522 886231 accommodation@lincoln.ac.uk

At the University of Lincoln, there are a number of types of course you can study which offer different levels of award or qualification at the end. Different courses require varying amounts of time and commitment.

The types of courses we offer include the following:

Undergraduate courses
Postgraduate programmes
Foundation degrees
Apprenticeships
Short courses
Work Based Learning

http://lincoln.ac.uk/home/studyatlincoln/typesofcourses/

Course UCAS Points Fees for an English student
Accountancy and Finance [N400] 128 9250
Advertising and Marketing [PN25] 112 9250
Animal Behaviour and Welfare [D790] 120 9250
Animation [W270] 112 9250
Architecture [K100] 0 9250
Audio Production [J933] 112 9250
Biochemistry [C700] 120 9250
Biology [C100] 120 9250
Biomedical Science [B940] 120 9250
Bioveterinary Science [D300] 120 9250
Business Studies [N100] 104 9250
Business and Finance [NN13] 112 9250
Business and Management [NN12] 120 9250
Business and Marketing [NN1M] 112 9250
Computer Information Systems [G505] 120 9250
Computer Information Systems [G505] 128 9250
Computer Science [G403] 120 9250
Computer Science [G403] 128 9250
Conservation and Restoration [W160] 112 9250
Contemporary Lens Media (Photography and Video) [W600] 112 9250
Creative Advertising [W213] 112 9250
Criminology [M931] 120 9250
Criminology and Social Policy [LM49] 120 9250
Dance [W500] 112 9250
Design for Exhibition and Museums [WP21] 112 9250
Drama [W400] 112 9250
English [Q300] 120 9250
Events Management [N820] 112 9250
Fashion Studies [W230] 112 9250
Film and Television [PW36] 120 9250
Fine Art [W101] 112 9250
Forensic Science [F410] 112 9250
Games Computing [G610] 120 9250
Games Computing [G610] 128 9250
Graphic Design [W290] 112 9250
Health and Social Care [L510] 112 9250
History [V100] 112 9250
Illustration [W220] 112 9250
Interactive Design [W219] 112 9250
Interior Architecture and Design [W250] 112 9250
International Business Management [NR1X] 112 9250
International Relations [L250] 112 9250
International Relations and Politics [L245] 120 9250
International Relations and Social Policy [LLL2] 112 9250
International Tourism Management [N832] 112 9250
Journalism [P500] 120 9250
Journalism (Investigative) [P590] 120 9250
Journalism and Public Relations [PP52] 120 9250
Law [M100] 128 9250
Law and Criminology [M930] 128 9250
Marketing [N500] 112 9250
Mechanical Engineering [H100] 112 9250
Mechanical Engineering [H100] 128 9250
Mechanical Engineering (Control Systems) [H100] 112 9250
Mechanical Engineering (Control Systems) [H100] 128 9250
Mechanical Engineering (Power and Energy) [H100] 112 9250
Mechanical Engineering (Power and Energy) [H100] 112 9250
Media Production [P301] 128 9250
Nursing [B710] 112 9250
Nursing (Mental Health) [B760] 112 9250
Pharmaceutical Science [B231] 112 9250
Politics [L200] 120 9250
Politics and Social Policy [LLLF] 120 9250
Product Design [W200] 112 9250
Psychology [C800] 128 9250
Psychology with Clinical Psychology [C840] 128 9250
Psychology with Forensic Psychology [C890] 128 9250
Public Relations [P210] 112 9250
Social Policy [L400] 112 9250
Social Work [L500] 112 9250
Sport Development and Coaching [C602] 120 9250
Sport and Exercise Science [C600] 128 9250
Zoology [C300] 120 9250

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