United Kingdom
University of Lincoln
The University of Lincoln is home to a growing international community of students, and we are happy that you are considering joining us. Today, The University of Lincoln offers a wide range of courses for international students, including 176 undergraduate programmes and 204 postgraduate programmes. Students can conduct full-fledged research across six research themes and 22 subject areas.

Cost of attendance

The University of Lincoln's undergraduate fees for the 2022 class are 9250 GBP (9.25 lakh INR) per year. Eligible students can apply for and receive student loans to cover this cost. The annual cost of pursuing postgraduate studies at the university ranges from 24,300 to 38,650 GBP (24.3-38.6 lakh INR).


The University of Lincoln provides a variety of accommodations based on the needs and budget of the students. These options are available to new and returning undergraduates, as well as postgraduates. Lincoln Courts, Cygnet Wharf, 179 High Street, Viking House complex, The Gateway, Valentine Court, and St. Marks Students Village are among the several residences. On-campus accommodation costs roughly $5,242 on average, with a food package costing $4,586. The typical weekly rent is between £100 and £140.

Acceptance rate

The overall number of students registered at the university is, with less than 10% of them being international students from more than 100 different countries. The university has a mildly selective entrance policy, with a 90% acceptance rate.


The University of Lincoln is divided into two main campuses: City Centre Campus and Brayford Pool Campus. The picturesque campus is highly appealing, and it offers a contemporary student-centered environment. Everything you need is on campus or within short walking distance. The Great Central Warehouse Library is the university's lifeline, providing access to 2,60,000 journals and 7,50,000 print and electronic book collections. Scientific laboratories, workshops, vehicle control labs, an electromagnetic chamber, specialist robotics facilities, and modern research equipment are available to students.


This mark signifies that Lincoln University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission (HLC) and a member of the North Central Association (NCA).

Jobs and Placement

They offer a variety of options at the University of Lincoln to help you acquire the skills and attributes that companies are increasingly seeking for. A few of our undergraduate and postgraduate taught programmes, for example, offer the chance to apply for an industrial work placement or project. Siemens, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Rockstar Games, Accenture, Jaguar, IBM, Rolls Royce, and JCB are among the companies recruiting at the university. Employees at The University of Lincoln earn an average of $60,500 a year.

QS Ranking

Ranked 801-1000 in world universities by QS World University 2022

The Ranking

501- 600th among world’s universities by THE 2022

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