The University of Lincoln is a British university in the city of Lincoln, England.
The university has origins tracing back to 1861, and after gaining university status in 1992.
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Since being opened by Her Majesty the Queen, the University of Lincoln has put students at the heart of everything we do. While climbing more places in university league tables than almost any other institution, the University has revitalized a brownfield site, created 3,000 new jobs and doubled the size of the local economy.
Lincoln has rapidly moved up in the university rankings, having risen 60 places in 4 years.
The Sundays Times Newspaper, responsible for The Times 'Good University Guide', recently described the university's progression as 'The most dramatic transformation of a university in recent times'.
There are three Colleges of study:
College of Social Sciences
- Lincoln School of Health and Social Care
- School of Psychology
- School of Social & Political Sciences
- School of Sport and Exercise Science
- Lincoln Business School
- Lincoln Law School
- The Centre for Education Research & Development
College of Arts
- Lincoln School of Art & Design
- Lincoln School of Architecture
- Lincoln School of Humanities
- Lincoln School of Journalism
- Lincoln School of Media
- Lincoln School of Performing Arts
College of Science
- Lincoln School of Computer Science
- Lincoln School of Engineering
- School of Life Sciences
- Lincoln School of Pharmacy
- School of Chemistry
- Department of Agriculture & Land-based Studies
- Department of Food Manufacture & Process Automation
- National Centre for Food Manufacturing
Interesting information about University of LINCOLN
World-class teaching and researchThe University has established an international reputation for the quality of teaching and research, with academics and students working together on major projects across areas as varied as cancer treatment, water conservation and low-carbon technology.
Excellent graduate employmentAs many as 92 per cent of our graduates were in employment or further study within six months of graduating, according to the latest survey. We are committed to ensuring our students are prepared for a successful career through work placements, internships, volunteering research and connections with industry.
High student satisfactionThe University of Lincoln is placed in the top quarter of the Times Higher Education Student Experience Survey 2013, with many courses including Accountancy and Finance (which has been ranked top in the country for five years running), Journalism and Psychology placing in the top twenty.
Historic city center locationUniversity of Lincoln students enjoy the unique benefit of being in a compact, safe and friendly campus environment that is located in the heart of a vibrant, historic city and within easy reach of all local amenities.
State-of-the-art facilitiesWe have invested £140 million in our waterfront Brayford Pool campus to provide students with cutting edge facilities, from eye-tracking laboratories and human performance centers, to moot halls and a model pharmacy.
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