Education in the UK
An education from a UK institution is highly respected throughout the world. Study high quality, modern degrees in world-class facilities taught by forward-thinking academics.
Benefits of Studying in the UK
Universities in the UK rank amongst some of the best in the world. A high quality UK education is respected by international employers, giving you a head start for excellent career prospects and a successful future.
Links with Industry
Many universities, like the University of Lincoln, offer unique links with global businesses. Strong partnerships with national and international businesses will provide you with the opportunity to learn from industry experts, make contacts and gain a solid foundation for your future.
As a student in the UK you will benefit from learning in purpose-build facilities, supporting your education with practical experience. Students at Lincoln have access to specialist facilities like the award-winning library where you can research for support through your studies. Or discover leading research in the brand new Isaac Newton Building, home to Lincoln's Schools of Engineering, Computer Science, and Mathematics and Physics and the base for the University's growing strategic partnership with Siemens.
Ideal for ambitious and enterprising students, many UK universities place a strong emphasis on preparing you for career success. During your programme at the International Study Centre you will benefit from an integrated careers service. to prepare you to confidently enter the world of work.
You will graduate from the University of Lincoln prepared to confidently enter the world of work.
- 96% of graduates are in employment or further study within six months after finishing their course, according to the latest Destination of Leavers from Higher Education survey 2016/17.
- Lincoln graduates go on to successful careers at a range of global companies, including BBC, Disney, Sony, UNICEF and many more.
What to expect at Lincoln
At the International Study Centre, you can expect to learn in a supportive environment that will prepare you for undergraduate university study with the International Foundation Year or International Year One.
The teaching style at universities in the UK may be different from those in your home country. You will spend a lot of time studying independently, with some group work to improve your communication, leadership and team working skills. You can expect your classes to be a combination of:
- lectures and tutorials
- course work and practical work
- presentations, independent work and essay writing
- group work with your peers
- final dissertation.
When you progress to your degree at the University, you will do so as a confident, capable student, prepared to excel at the university level and ready to take control of your education.