Region: East Midlands (Central England)
Level of study:
- Pathways to higher education
- Postgraduate taught course
- Postgraduate research (e.g. MPhil, PhD)
- English course
The University of Lincoln was opened by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth 2 in 1996, and more than 85,000 students from 130 countries have chosen to study with us.
We’ve invested more than £350 million in our city centre campus, which is based next to a marina at the heart of the beautiful city of Lincoln.
Everything we do is geared towards giving our students the best experience possible, and that’s why we are rated 7th in the UK for overall student satisfaction in the National Student Survey 2018 (out of 127 institutions) and in the top 20 for student experience in The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2019.
We pride ourselves on the quality of our teaching too, which is reflected in our Gold Award in the national Teaching Excellence Framework 2017. We were one of only 59 higher education providers out of almost 300 entered into the TEF to receive Gold – the highest standard possible.
All of this is intended to give you the strongest possible foundation for your future career, but Lincoln is steeped in history too. All of our students graduate in the majestic Lincoln Cathedral, and many say this unique, medieval setting is the perfect way to end to their rewarding time with us.
Overall, we have around 30 Thai students studying with us at any one time, many of whom have gone onto work for large companies like CP Group and Marriott Hotels.
We offer excellent scholarships to students from all over Thailand. This includes our £5,000 Thai Scholarship for Masters Students and also our Lincoln 50% Global Scholarships for Masters and Undergraduate Students. Applications for our University are FREE, so for more information contact: Liam Howarth at firstname.lastname@example.org or on WhatsApp at: +44 7795 127097 or visit us at www.lincoln.ac.uk.
£5,000 Thai masters scholarship interviews on the spot, if students would like to apply (outcomes there and then).
The Lincoln 50% Scholarships (450 word application on our website at www.lincoln.ac.uk)