University of Lincolnhttp://www.lincoln.ac.uk/
Lincoln University has its origins in the Hull School of Art, which opened in 1861 in Hull. In 1996, a new Lincoln University Campus was built around 50 miles from Hull. It merged with Humberside University at Hull in 2001 to form Lincoln University, with the new headquarters at Lincoln.
Lincoln University is spread over the towns of Lincoln, Hull and Holbeach. Lincoln town has three campuses at hi-tech Brayford, historic Cathedral Quarter, and rural Riseholme Park. At Hull are the centers for management and health.
Lincoln University has 6 faculties, which have 25 schools under them. The faculties are Faculty of Art, Architecture & Design, Faculty of Business and Law, Faculty of Health, Life and Social Sciences, Faculty of Media and Humanities, Faculty of Technology and Faculty of Further Education. There is also the School of Theology and Ministry Studies for Christians.
The college has a new library with 240,000 books, 1,000 periodicals and 15,000 full-text electronic journals and online databases. Lincoln University also owns a media and computing building, a science laboratory, a sports and leisure centre, a technology park and a school of architecture. Accommodation is easily available at student villages within the campus.
Lincoln University offers regular foundation, bachelors, masters and doctorate degrees as well as diplomas and certificates that can be completed part time in a large variety of subjects. For more information on course details, check out their website at http://www.lincoln.ac.uk.
University of Lincoln
Brayford Pool, LN6 7TS, Lincoln
Lincolnshire, East Midlands Region
Tel: 0152 288 2000, Fax: 0152 288 6041