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Undergraduate Study

Study at Lincoln

Each year, we welcome thousands of students to study for an undergraduate degree with us. Choosing to pursue higher education is a big decision, and there are a number of reasons why an undergraduate degree might be the right next step for you. 

Whether it's the opportunity to focus your studies on a topic you enjoy, improve your job prospects, gain valuable employability skills, or develop your independence and self-confidence, Lincoln offers a great place for our students to live and learn. 

Below, you will find some helpful advice about choosing a course that is right for you, understanding entry requirements, and what study looks like at university.

Undergraduate Study

Find out all you need to know about studying for an undergraduate degree with us.

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Choosing a Course

A Bachelor’s or Honours degree is the most common type of undergraduate degree. Depending on the course you choose to study, you may be awarded a BA (Bachelor of Arts), BSc (Bachelor of Science), BEng (Bachelor of Engineering), or LLB (Bachelor of Law). A number of our courses also offer a four-year integrated Master's version, allowing you to complete an additional year of study which is often focused on more advanced research skills and topics.

We offer a number of options to study a joint honours course, which allows you to study more than one subject and combine them into a single qualification. Lincoln also offers a range of 'sandwich' courses, which are programmes that include a year-long work placement in an industry related to your course.

You may also choose to study a degree apprenticeship, which combine working with part-time study at university. They offer an alternative to traditional degrees and have been developed in collaboration with employers and professional bodies to ensure they meet the specific needs of industry.

How You Study

After years of learning in school and college, where teachers guide your study, you might find that university is quite different, and gives you the opportunity to learn independently alongside the teaching hours spent with our experienced lecturers.

As well as a set number of lectures per week, you will likely be involved in seminars, which are smaller group sessions where ideas can be discussed and developed. You may also have the opportunity for regular tutorials, which offer one-on-one meetings with your tutor. Depending on your course, you may also have practical workshops, field visits, and work placements too.

What makes university life most different to school or college is that the remainder of your study time is guided by independent reading and learning, and you’ll manage your own workload to meet the submission dates set by your tutors.

You can read more about the ways you will learn on our How You Study page.

Student as Producer

At Lincoln, we emphasise the role of our students as collaborators in the production of knowledge. Our Student as Producer initiative aims to encourage our academics and students to collaborate on research activities during their studies.

Alternative Entry Routes

Our foundation year programmes have been designed to support students who don’t meet our typical entry requirements, aren’t yet sure if they want to study a full undergraduate degree, or feel like they would benefit from time to gain confidence and adjust to degree-level study. These year-long programmes allow students to ease themselves into their chosen subject area and get a taste of what university study is like, without the pressure of entering directly into the first year of an undergraduate programme.

We currently offer an Arts Foundation Year and a Science Foundation Year programme. More details about programme content, structure, and entry requirements can be found on the relevant programme pages.

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The best way to find out more about the University and our courses is to visit us. We have a wide range of events across the year for you to explore our beautiful Brayford Pool Campus and see what living and learning in Lincoln may be like.

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Brayford Pool Campus
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enquiries@lincoln.ac.uk

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