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University of Lincoln

Check whether the University of Lincoln is right for you as an international student.

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Lincoln, UK
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Study abroad at the University of Lincoln

At the University of Lincoln’s International Study Center, you can take the international foundation year (business and media, engineering and computing) and international year one programs (business and management, computer science, engineering and media studies), that are designed to help prepare students from overseas to study for an undergraduate degree. The Center benefits from small classes, approachable teachers, and staff that help you settle into UK life.

Although you will be based in the University’s International Study Center, you have access to all the University of Lincoln’s modern facilities and student services; this includes a sports center, library and students’ union.

International Study Center students can live in modern, university accommodation that is located in the heart of Lincoln, just a short walk away from the campus.

Why study at the University of Lincoln?

  • Teaching standard

    Awarded Gold by the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) 2017 to assess university teaching quality

  • Graduate employment

    96% of Lincoln's most recent graduates were in work or further study six months after

Life as an international student

The student support center provides advice and information on topics such as visas, fees, accommodation and personal issues. The Student Wellbeing Center offers confidential guidance on issues that may affect your study, including disabilities and medical conditions.

The Health Centre provides healthcare and information for students, including appointments with doctors or nurses. The Careers and Employability Team provide career information and support with CVs, job applications and interview techniques.

Student life & facilities

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  • Library
    • Computer labs
    • Group Study Rooms
    • Quiet Areas
    • Museum
  • Fitness Centre
    • Spin Studio
    • Machines
    • Free Weights
    • Fitness Classes
    • Dance Studio
    • Sauna / Steam Rooms
    • Personal Trainers
    • Treatment Rooms
  • Praying Rooms
    • Workshops
    • Language Center
    • Pre sessional English Academic skills courses
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    • Bars
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    • Cafe’s
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    • Campus Wireless Connectivity
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    • Academic Tutoring & Support

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University of Lincoln

Brayford Way, Brayford Pool, Lincoln LN6 7TS

Situated in the East Midlands region of England, Lincoln’s central location allows for quick and easy access to London and a number of other major cities, including Nottingham, Sheffield, Leeds, Leicester, and Hull.

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Visa requirements for the University of Lincoln

Many international students will require a visa to study in the UK, and this is a vital step of your study abroad journey. Make sure you understand the requirements you may need to meet before applying.

UK student visa requirements