How to Apply

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It's easy to apply to study at the University of Lincoln International Study Centre.

Start Your Application Now

Apply online and if you need help with your application, our Student Advisers can guide you through every step of the process. You will need to supply supporting documents with your application which include academic transcripts/certificates, English qualifications, a copy of your passport, plus copies of any previous visas and/or visa refusal letters. These can be uploaded through the form or we will contact you to request them. You can also save your application at any time throughout the process to complete it later.

  1. Complete all sections of the application form and upload your supporting documents. 
  2. Read the terms and conditions
  3. Check the confirmation box
  4. Save and send the completed form
  5. Our Admissions team will get in touch to discuss what documents you need in support of your application and advise how to send them to us.

Applying with an Agent?

If you are applying through a local agent, they will help you with the process.

  1. Contact them for an application form.
  2. When you have completed and sent your application, we will contact your agent to discuss what documents you need in support of your application and advise how to send them to us.

Ask a Question

Please contact us if you have any questions, or if you need additional advice.

Your Study Options

You can now join us on campus. Or, if you are unable to travel to the UK for the start of your programme, you can start virtually from the comfort of your home.

Visa Information

When you confirm an unconditional offer at the University of Lincoln International Study Centre, the next step for most students is to apply for a visa. Depending on the course you are applying for, and your country of residence, there are different visas you can apply for.

Flexible Study Options

You can choose to study your programme on campus or start virtually from home.

Find out more about starting your studies or check the latest COVID-19 information.