New Computer Science Building

Lincoln is an old city with a modern edge

The University is investing £28m to build a new home for the Schools of Computer Science, Engineering and Mathematics & Physics and its growing partnership with Siemens.

Phase 1 of the project, which has been completed, includes an extension of the Engineering Hub. Phase 2 focuses on the development of the new Isaac Newton Building, expected to open in April 2017.

The Isaac Newton Building is named after one of Lincolnshire’s greatest sons, Sir Isaac Newton, who was born at Woolsthorpe Manor near Grantham. 

Students at the International Study Centre who study the International Foundation Year can choose to study the Engineering and Computing subject route and students studying the International Year One can choose to study the Computer Science subject route, helping them prepare for future innovation at University of Lincoln's new building.

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