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University of Lincoln

School Profile:

The University of Lincoln (Lincoln) is located in the middle of the United Kingdom. Its predecessor was the Hull School of Art, which was established in 1861. It was officially upgraded to a university in 1992 and is the largest institution in Lincolnshire. Since its establishment in 1992, the school has enrolled nearly 90,000 students from 135 different countries around the world. The school has close cooperation with the industry and provides internship opportunities and professional courses. Up to 92% of graduates find jobs after graduation. The College of Engineering of the University also cooperates with Siemens, an international company, to provide work internship opportunities to students.


The college has also achieved the highest level of Gold in the Government Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF). In The Times and Sunday Times Good University 2021, Lincoln was awarded the title of Modern University of the Year, which not only reflects the teaching quality of the school, but also shows the mentality of striving for the top.


Subject introduction:

The University of Lincoln is mainly composed of 4 colleges, including College of Arts, College of Science, College of Social Science and Lincoln International Business School, offering more than 200 subjects for students to choose from. Subjects popular with overseas students include Architecture, Accounting and Finance, Business, Journalism and Computer Science. According to The Times & Sunday Times Good University Guide 2022, they are ranked 6th for Hospitality, Leisure, Recreation and Tourism. In addition, popular disciplines such as Archaeology, Chemistry, Nursing and Pharmacology are also ranked among the top 30 in the UK. The University of Lincoln also cooperates with StudyGroup to provide university foundation and diploma courses for overseas students to study. After successful completion of the course, they can directly enter the first or second year of the university.


Geographical location:

Lincoln is located in the middle of England, near Manchester. It is one of the oldest cities in the United Kingdom. It has old and new historical and cultural buildings, and is famous for the majestic Lincoln Cathedral and the ancient castle. The environment is quiet and beautiful, which is very suitable for study and life. The University's main campus, Brayford Pool, is located on the harbour Brayford Marina. It takes about two hours by train from Lincoln to London, and the nearest airport is Manchester Airport, which is about two hours' drive, and the traffic is very convenient.


Campus Information:

Year of founding



Brayford Way, Brayford Pool, Lincoln, LN6 7TS, UK


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