Great Reasons to Study at Lincoln
There are many great reasons why our students and staff are proud of the University of Lincoln, including our award-winning teaching, world-leading research, and close links with industry. Situated in the heart of a beautiful and historic city, we are the Modern University of the Year in The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2021. Whether students are thinking about coming to study or undertake research with us, they can be confident that they are joining a university that places the quality of the student experience at the heart of everything it does.
Employers are increasingly looking for individuals who can make a difference in today’s global workplace. With our expert staff, modern facilities, close links with business, and pioneering research we aim to provide the tools they need to achieve your career aspirations.
Students can book themselves onto sessions including:
- Undergraduate Open Days
- Campus tours
- Live Link Ups
- Live Lounge Sessions
Helping You to Prepare Your Students
Our Education Liaison team is here to help you prepare your students for the next steps in their education journey by offering a wide range of information, guidance, activities, and events. Explore how we can help students learn more about the career routes higher education can open up, navigate the university application process, and prepare for the transition to university life. Many of our outreach activities are designed to help schools and colleges meet the Gatsby Benchmarks for careers advice and guidance.
Join our mailing list to receive updates from the Education Liaison team, including our regular Outreach Bulletin, which includes our latest events, news, and other opportunities for you and your students. Simply sign up below by emailing us with your name, role, and the name of your school or college. Join our mailing list by emailing [email protected]
Our ‘Be Inspired’ programme helps to connect students with academic experts and guest speakers in subject focused masterclasses. This could be for a deep dive on the latest research covering a particular element of the curriculum, or a broader exploration of career routes opened up through degree level study. Teachers can request a bespoke session for a particular subject group, or book one of our readymade talks.
Through mini-lectures and workshops delivered at your school or college (either physically or virtually), or subject focused visits to our campus where facilities can be seen close up. Our aim is to complement your own careers guidance and offer opportunities for further study, engagement and enrichment.
Academic specialists come from across our diverse portfolio in subjects including Psychology, Law, Marketing and Tourism, Management, Chemistry, Pharmacy, Mathematics, Computer Science, Life Sciences, Geography, Journalism, Architecture, Design, English and History.
To arrange a session, please email us and include the subject/topic, the Year group, an estimate of potential numbers, prefers dates and times and whether you want it physical or virtual. Email [email protected]
Our workshops are designed to promote interactivity and engagement with students and are available in a range of subject areas. We recommend up to 30-40 students in a workshop for a duration of 30-45 minutes, however if you would like us to deliver a workshop for a larger group then please let us know and we will be happy to accommodate this where possible.
- Critical Reasoning
- Essay Writing
- Note Taking
- Personal Statements
- Referencing Skills
- Revision Skills
- Study Skills - Mind Mapping
- Time Management
- Writing a CV
We can deliver a range of presentations for students and parents keen to learn more about higher education. Talks cover topics such as student finance, the UCAS application process, writing personal statements, and preparing for university life.
We can also offer presentations directly to teachers on areas such as writing academic references, student finance and what to look for in a personal statement. All our presentations can be delivered live virtually, physically on premises, or supplied pre-recorded. If you would like our team to deliver a presentation for your school or college, simply get in touch using the link below.
- Parents’ Guide to Post 16
- Parents’ Guide to University
- Making the Most of an Open Day
- Making the Most of Post 16
- Choosing the Right Post 16 Course
- Choosing the Right Degree
- Student Life
- Why go to University
- Why go to University – Years 7 – 9
- Next Steps (After Applying)
- The Application Process
- Personal Statements
- Student Finance
- Medicine Admissions at Lincoln
- Medicine at Lincoln
- Interview Success
Our Alumni Outreach programme is designed to support you to inspire the young people studying at your school or college to access higher education and pursue their ambitions. This might include virtual talks or case studies from University of Lincoln alumni who may have previously studied at your school or college, inspirational talks from alumni who are pursuing a career in a particular subject or field, or alumni who can talk about their experiences of higher education. For more information, please get in touch. Email [email protected]coln.ac.uk
More detailed information on all of the above can be found on our Teachers Zone.
Be the Change at the University of Lincoln