About University of Lincoln

Situated in the heart of a historic city on the beautiful Brayford Pool Waterfront, the University of Lincoln is proud of its reputation for putting students at the heart of everything it does. The University is ranked in the top 30 UK universities for student satisfaction in the Guardian University Guide 2023, listed in the world’s top 130 universities in the Times Higher Education’s (THE) Young University Rankings 2022, and hold a top five star score overall in the QS Stars rating system of global universities. 

The University of Lincoln is a university of and for the 21st Century. Dynamic, enterprising, and globally connected. They nurture talent and ideas, contribute globally by creating and sharing knowledge, and demonstrably help to transform lives and communities for the better. The University was established in 1996, in one building on a brownfield site. Charged with enriching the city’s economic, social, and cultural life, they were named the University of Lincoln in 2001. 

Since then, they have grown into a flourishing anchor institution that contributes over £400m to the local economy. Throughout this exciting period of development, they have been guided by a consistent set of principles: excellence in teaching, learning, and quality of student experience; responsiveness to the needs of communities and organisations; and working in partnership to make great things happen. 

University of Lincoln in Numbers

£ 400 m+
contributed to the local economy since 2001
400 acre
Riseholme Park Campus
60 %
reduction in Carbon Emissions by 2030
Net Zero emissions

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