University of Lincoln
It would seem that the University of Lincoln, established under that name in 2001, is a relatively new university. However, it has origins tracing back to 1861 when the institution was known as the Hull School of Art.
Since receiving the royal charter to become a fully-fledged university, the University of Lincoln (previously known as the University of Lincolnshire and Humberside from 1996-2000) has enjoyed a meteoric rise up the university league tables, surpassing 60 UK universities on the Times Good University guide in the past 6 years alone.
Subject Strengths: Law, Psychology, Social Policy, Social Work as well as Communication and Media Studies.
The main campus at Lincoln is located in the centre of the historic city of Lincoln on the picturesque Brayford Pool waterfront. Brayford Wharf, once a Roman port, is now a lively modern marina full of pubs, restaurants, hotels and a cinema, and the high street lies at the foot of the historic quarter. The historic Castle Square and the third largest cathedral in Britain are the most popular attractions here, and help to transport over a million visitors a year back to medieval times. See below for a list of amenities near our campus.
Students studying Food Science and Food Technology courses have access to specialist food manufacturing and testing equipment at the National Centre for Food Manufacture at the Holbeach campus. Strategically situated in South Lincolnshire, the campus serves the UK’s largest concentration of food manufacturing businesses.
Holbeach Campus encourages innovation and knowledge transfer by engaging its people and resources in partnership with local companies to undertake technical projects tackling some of the challenges facing the food industry today. These projects include new product development and food testing. See below for a list of amenities near our campus.
Situated just three miles north of Lincoln in a beautiful parkland campus, Riseholme College specialises in Agriculture, Horticulture, Animal and Equine training and education.
More than 1,000 acres of land are farmed at the Riseholme Park campus and in the nearby village of Nettleham. The Riseholme Estate has more than 20 hectares of mixed woodlands, and extensive water features. See below for a list of amenities near our campus.