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University of Lincoln



The Faculty's three Schools provide a huge range of undergraduate, taught postgraduate and postgraduate research programmes. The Hull and Lincoln Schools of Art and Design, both founded in the 1860s, provide a range of exciting, popular and well-regarded courses taught by experienced and committed staff. The School of Architecture, now in a Rick Mather-designed building on the main Lincoln campus, was originally established in the 1930s under Sir Leslie Martin, later professor of architecture at Cambridge University.



The Faculty has well established research groups, good connections with overseas universities, frequent international exhibitions and a healthy programme of visiting lectures. Please follow the links to learn about our various courses and other activities. I am sure you will find our portfolio of interest.

The University of Lincoln is a truly international institution, with students from over 50 countries across the globe arriving each year to study with us.



"I joined the university in September 2001 and got to know about the university through my college in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. I discovered from previous international students that the university offers the best Architecture course. I think that I definitely made the right choice. The architecture department has a new, interesting and modern building, which helps to represent the fresh look of Lincoln."

Meree Othman BArch - Malaysia

 

Lincoln & surrounding area



This beautiful, historic cathedral city has much to offer its residents as well as over one million tourists who visit here each year. The city has a rich and diverse history, which has seen much turmoil and change. Romans, Vikings and Normans have all contributed to Lincoln's history and development. The Romans arrived in 48AD and soon after Lincoln found renown as one of the finest cities in Europe. But it was when the Norman invasion took hold of the country that the magnificent Cathedral, once the tallest building in the world, and impenetrable Castle, were built, providing Lincoln's two most impressive heritage attractions today.



In medieval times the city's wealth was derived from the wool trade and fine examples of the rich merchants? black and white timbered houses still survive today. The 18th and 19th centuries brought industrial innovation and change, and Lincoln became a major engineering and agricultural centre. The industrial development continues in the 21st century and the historic and modern cities coexist harmoniously today, providing a centre of great interest and beauty for its residents and students.

 

CONTACT

Enquiry Centre

Brayford Pool

Lincoln

LN6 7TS

United Kingdom

Jacqueline Mayer

International Recruitment Manager

international@lincoln.ac.uk

Professor Vincent Shacklock

Dean of the Faculty of Art Architecture & Design

vshacklock@lincoln.ac.uk

Telephone: +44 (0)1522 886725

Facsimile: +44 (0)1522 886880

Website: www.lincoln.ac.uk
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University of Lincoln

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CONTACT

Enquiry Centre

Brayford Pool

Lincoln

LN6 7TS

United Kingdom



Jacqueline Mayer

International Recruitment Manager

international@lincoln.ac.uk

Professor Vincent Shacklock

Dean of the Faculty of Art Architecture & Design

vshacklock@lincoln.ac.uk

Telephone: +44 (0)1522 886725

Facsimile:
+44 (0)1522 886880

Website: www.lincoln.ac.uk


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