I studied my master’s program during the covid-19 pandemic. This at first was an extremely daunting and challenging task, however, the University of Lincoln allowed me to have a fantastic experience despite the uncertainty and unease involved in studying during this time. I had support from multiple departments and areas of the university. Overall, I had a positive and eye-opening experience which turned out positive with me achieving a master’s in the end.View more
While I am, admittedly, not the most academic person I’ve enjoyed both the course and the University. The Teachers and Staff have been helpful and go above and beyond their duty when needed. Due to COVID-19 restrictions lessons had to move online but the University managed to overcome this and learned that a blended learning approach works best. As such blended learning has been adopted full-time showing that the University can learn from its past. While I would like to give nothing but praise I also need to be critical of the faults that have occurred. I have lived in the university-managed accommodation and despite the friendly staff getting any type of help or service is extremely difficult due to a bad management system.View more
The University has lovely and friendly staff, the lecturers are so kind and approachable. A peaceful city with affordability. you get your value for money, the accommodation service is the best. The workload is much and needs to improve the social lifeView more
The University of Lincoln delivers innovative and quality teaching, the 24hour library, student-designed study areas, and state of the art research facilities is what any student would not want to miss. studying at the University of Lincoln gets you ready to take on a job in your chosen field with confidence as well as the numerous scholarship opportunities available at the University. The staff and students are very friendly and always ready to provide the necessary guidance and assistance.View more
The program was good and well set out. Shame I had little to no time free for out of classwork. Even my supervisor got caught slipping. Ended up joining the circus society. I thought I may as well, seeing as I was already juggling social life and assignments.View more
The course is fast pace and you are supported the whole way through. I learnt skills I can use in the future and was able to push myself to my full potential to achieve the grades I wanted. The tutors were supportive the whole way through the course.View more
The program is well structured. It gives students enough time for self-study. Students also have access to many of the financial news portals and online course portals. In my opinion, one extra subject in the form of an elective would have been more beneficial.View more
University is great my teachers were fantastic. I couldn’t ask for more helpful staff during my time there. Although social life was slightly awkward at times due to the prejudices of some middle-class whits students I managed to find my groupView more
I absolutely adored my time at the University of Lincoln. From my first visit to the city for an open day I knew that the University was right for me due to its comforting and yet thriving vibe.
The University itself is constantly developing which is hugely exciting as a student. Throughout my 3 years there, multiple new buildings were erected meaning current courses had more specialised equipment and the university were able to offer new courses for students.
Something that makes Lincoln stand out against other universities is it’s staff. On my course, every lecturer was wholly dedicated to the students and we were encouraged to challenge ourselves and one another. This often led to whole seminar debates and our lecturers not only listened, but valued our opinions and ideas. It was always wonderful to be doing a final performance and to look into the crowd and see lots of the staff.
If you are looking to study Drama- Lincoln would be an amazing choice. Getting to see lots of shows at the LPAC for free and then getting to perform on the stage yourself is an incredible feeling. You are also able to tailor your course to what suits you. Since I left I know that they have altered the course slightly and introduced pathways but the course has always been very diverse. When I first joined, I thought I wanted to be an actor and being on stage was my passion. However, throughout my time at uni I learned how much I loved studying plays and writing an academic essay about them alongside directing.
The city itself it incredible too. It’s a beautiful mix of old and new and the perfect place for students as it has everything you need (including play one and bierkeller) but is small enough to feel familiar and homely.
I left uni with a wealth of experience- not only within my academic field but every aspect of my life. I was able to get a position as an assistant manager at a tutoring centre straight out of university and I believe that is due to the diversity of my course and how much the university supported me to grow as an individual.View more
I studied at UoL from 2015 to 2018 and it was a fantastic experience. I found my lecturers to be open and friendly, challenging me to develop further and focus my skills to be the best historian I could be. I had a great time here at Lincoln, and I think you will too.View more