Postgraduate study at the University of Lincoln can help you develop your learning or change the direction of your career. You will have access to the latest equipment, teaching methods and library resources to enable you to fully explore your discipline and allow you to develop the skills employers are looking for.
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Take a closer look at why so many international students choose to study at the University of Lincoln below and, if you are interested in applying, arrange a free consultation with SI-UK in London or Manchester today.
Four Reasons to Study a Masters at the University of Lincoln
1. Rankings and reputation
Over the last five years, Lincoln has gained a world class reputation for developing some of the best graduates in the UK. Lincoln is currently at a record high of 17th in the Guardian University Guide 2020, whilst also achieving Gold in the most recent Teaching Excellence Framework - the highest possible award.
And it isn’t just professional bodies which recognise Lincoln’s excellence. Following the 2018 National Student Survey, Lincoln students placed the University 7th in the UK for overall satisfaction.
2. Lincoln campus
The University of Lincoln provides students with access to specialist science laboratories, innovative performance spaces and industry-standard media suites. There are dedicated studio, workshop and learning spaces, and a purpose-built engineering hub, as well as sports, leisure and library facilities.
The University is situated next to the picturesque Brayford Pool marina, just a few minutes’ walk away from the thriving city centre which offers a wealth of shops, restaurants and accommodation. Based in the heart of the city, more than three quarters of Lincoln students come into campus on foot, one of the highest ratios of any university in the country (Student Travel Survey 2016).
3. Scholarships and funding
EU students can apply for a loan of up to £10,609 as a contribution towards their course and living costs and this will be paid into your bank account in three instalments during the academic year.
For international students, a wide variety of scholarships are available to help fund your study which are dependant on academic ability, intended programme of study and nationality.
4. The city of Lincoln
Lincoln is one of the most striking small cities in the world. Its Cathedral overlooks the city and is one of the finest medieval buildings in Europe, whilst Lincoln Castle is home to an original copy of Magna Carta, dating back to 1215, as well as the Charter of the Forest.
Combining the above with its vibrant city centre, Lincoln can provide a a range of cultural activities and venues for all, making it a fantastic environment in which to live and study.