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THE INTERNATIONAL FUND BOOKLIST PROGRAM (International Foundation Year)

  • Age of participants: 17 years
  • Duration of the programs: 1 academic year (3 semesters)
  • Beginning of classes: September, January
  • English language level for participation in the programs: IELTS 4.5 (4.0 in the "letter" section)
  • Level of education: diploma of graduation.

The program of preparation for undergraduate studies is intended for foreign students who plan to enter the University of Lincoln. Education lasts for the academic year (3 semesters) and is divided into 2 areas: Business and Media, Engineering and Calculations. The educational program includes:

1) Basic modules

  • Academic English Skills
  • Modules in the selected direction

2) Thematic (subject) modules.

In the process of teaching, lecturers give lectures, hold seminars and master classes. Students perform laboratory work, work independently and in groups. To monitor the progress and adjust the education, each student during all semesters performs screening work:

  • Invisible and ordinary exams.
  • Term papers
  • Presentations
  • Essays and Extended Essays
  • Case studies.

In the case of a successful graduation, graduates enter the available bachelor's specialties.

Directions of education and available undergraduate programs:

Business and Media.

1) The main modules:

  • Academic English Skills

2) Core modules (only for business direction):

  • Business training (level 1). This module examines the modern business world and working methods in the business environment. Are conducted as individual lessons, and group education, and role games (for increase of understanding of principles of a management and leadership)
  • Legal and political environment. The module's work is aimed at studying the political and legal systems and functions that they perform in the modern world

3) Thematic modules for the direction Business:

  • Business training (level 2). Various aspects and components of the business, in particular marketing research and operations management. The knowledge base is being expanded and teamwork skills are being perfected
  • Economy. The module is devoted to economic and business concepts. Development of analytical skills that allow for the implementation of economic analysis and defend the point of view in different situations and at different levels (both local and international)
  • Accounting. The module trains all aspects of accounting - from the basics to the immediate preparation and analysis of accounts. Includes individual and group work

4) Thematic modules for Media direction:

  • Media (level 1). Themes: mass media and their role in the life of society, key media concepts, institutions, values ​​and ideologies
  • Media (level 2). Topics: cinema and television, visual language and cinema technique, media concepts in narration, genres and author's participation
  • Media (level 3). Topics: practical skills of working with multimedia to create advertising, marketing in advertising, ethical norms related to the media

Available undergraduate programs:

  • Accounting and Finance (BA (Hons) Accountancy and Finance)
  • Advertising and Marketing (BA (Hons) Advertising and Marketing)
  • Business and Finance (BA (Hons) Business and Finance)
  • Business and Management (BA (Hons) Business and Management)
  • Business and Marketing (BA (Hons) Business and Marketing)
  • Business (with English) (BA (Hons) Business with English)
  • Business Studies (BA (Hons) Business Studies)
  • Criminology (BA (Hons) Criminology)
  • Criminology and Social Policy (BA (Hons) Criminology and Social Policy)
  • Event Management (BSc (Hons) Events Management)
  • Film and Television (BA (Hons) Film and Television)
  • History (BA (Hons) History)
  • International Business Management (BA (Hons) International Business Management)
  • International Relations (BA (Hons) International Relations)
  • International Relations and Politics (BA (Hons) International Relations and Politics)
  • Management of international tourism (BA (Hons) International Tourism Management)
  • Law (LLB Law)
  • Law and Criminology (LLB Law and Criminology)
  • Management in marketing (BA (Hons) Marketing Management)
  • Media production (BA (Hons) Media Production)
  • Politics (BA (Hons) Politics)
  • Politics and Social Policy (BA (Hons) Politics and Social Policy)
  • Social Policy (BA (Hons) Social Policy)
  • Sociology (BA (Hons) Sociology).

Engineering and Computing.

1) The main modules:

  • Academic English
  • Applied mathematics (level 1). Topics: mathematical concepts in science and technology, including forces and equilibrium, relative motion, Newton's laws of motion and energy
  • Applied mathematics (level 2). Themes: statistics, dynamics, uniform circular and simple harmonic motion

2) Thematic modules for engineering direction:

  • General mathematics (level 1). Topics: the foundations of algebra, sequences and series, differentiation and integration, probability theory and sets
  • General mathematics (level 1). Topics: geometry and trigonometry, numerical methods, vectors and complex numbers
  • Physics. Basic laws, ideas and methods of physics and their application in solving specific problems and tasks

3) Thematic modules for the direction Calculations:

  • Calculations (level 1). Topics: databases, principles for solving problems using databases, principles of system analysis and design
  • Calculations (level 2). Themes: the XHTML language, the design and functionality of web pages, the JavaScript programming language
  • Calculations (level 3). Topics: object-oriented programming and design: concepts of creation, inheritance, user interaction with events and parameters, and the application of other programming principles.

Available undergraduate programs:

  • Computer Science (BSc (Hons) Computer Science)
  • Electrical Engineering (Control Systems) (BEng (Hons) Electrical Engineering (Control Systems))
  • Electrical Engineering (Electronics) (BEng (Hons) Electrical Engineering (Electronics))
  • Electrical Engineering (Power and Energy) (BEng (Hons) Electrical Engineering (Power and Energy))
  • Calculations for games (BSc (Hons) Games Computing)
  • Mechanical Engineering (BEng (Hons) Mechanical Engineering)
  • Mechanical engineering (power and energy) (BEng (Hons) Mechanical Engineering (Power and Energy))
  • Mechanical engineering (control systems) (BEng (Hons) Mechanical Engineering (Control Systems)).

Tuition fee in all directions = 12,900 £ / course (academic year).

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05.01.2021 -06.06.2021
18+
from 13 500 £ / year

"INTERNATIONAL FIRST COURSE" PROGRAM FOR BACHELOR (International Year One).

1. Age of participants: 19 years

2. Duration of the programs: 3, 3.5 or 4 semesters

3. Number of destinations: 4

4. Classes start:

  • 4-semester program: September
  • 3.5-semester program: October
  • 3-semester program: January, September

5. English language level for participation in the programs:

  • 4-semester program: IELTS 4.0 (4.0 in all sections)
  • 3.5-semester program: IELTS 4.5 (4.5 for all sections)
  • 3-semester program: IELTS 5.0 (5.0 in all sections)

6. Level of education for participation in the program:

  • for participation in the 3-semester program: school leaving certificate with good grades + one year of additional education
  • for participation in 4 and 3,5-semester programs: a school leaving certificate with good grades.

The program is designed for foreign students who plan to study at the Lincoln University undergraduate degree, but do not have a suitable level of English and academic knowledge. Education lasts 3, 3,5 or 4 semesters and depends on the level of English (the lower the level, the longer the program). Education is conducted in several areas:

  • Business and Management
  • Computer science
  • Engineering
  • Media research.

For each direction, continuing education is provided for undergraduate programs of the appropriate profile. The educational program includes:

1. Basic modules

  • Classes in English (reading, writing, grammar, features of academic linguistics)
  • Literate written speech in English (for students on a 4-semester program)

2. Thematic modules

  • Disciplines in the chosen direction.

To monitor the progress of students periodically perform various screening works, such as:

  • Exams
  • "Invisible" exams
  • Term papers
  • Presentations and theme protection
  • Research
  • Writing extended essays.

After successful completion of the program, students transfer to the second year of the Lincoln University undergraduate program in their specialty.

Directions of education and available undergraduate programs:

Business and Management (Business and Management).

1) The main modules:

  • Academic English
  • Applied written speech (for 4-semester programs)

2) Thematic modules:

  • Microeconomics. Topics: consumer behavior, goal setting and cost analysis within companies, monopoly and oligopoly, market and economy
  • Introduction to Accounting. Themes: the principles of management accounting and their place in decision-making in the business context
  • Introduction to marketing and advertising. Themes: the basic principles of marketing and advertising and their application in modern business
  • Macroeconomics and the global economy. Topics: macroeconomic concepts, goods, financial and labor markets, factors that affect the level of unemployment and inflation
  • Organizational behavior. Consider the evolution of organizational behavior as a discipline. Discussion and analysis of current problems from different perspectives in the domestic and international context
  • People and organizations. The module is devoted to research of modern problems in the field of personnel management
  • Business statistics. Themes: the basics of statistics, the development of data representation skills
  • Financial communications. Themes: principles and fundamentals of financial communications
  • Travel and tourism (the module is studied for those who plan to enter the Specialty Management of International Tourism). Topics: modern news agendas and their impact on the tourism industry, the changing demand for tourism and economic, environmental, social and cultural consequences.

Available undergraduate programs:

  • Accounting and Finance (BA (Hons) Accountancy and Finance)
  • Advertising and Marketing (BA (Hons) Advertising and Marketing)
  • Business and Finance (BA (Hons) Business and Finance)
  • Business and Management (BA (Hons) Business and Management)
  • Business and Marketing (BA (Hons) Business and Marketing)
  • Business (with English) (BA (Hons) Business with English)
  • Business Training (BA (Hons) Business Studies)
  • Event Management (BSc (Hons) Events Management)
  • International Business Management (BA (Hons) International Business Management)
  • Management of international tourism (BA (Hons) International Tourism Management)
  • Management in marketing (BA (Hons) Marketing Management).

Computer science.

1) The main modules:

  • English
  • Skills of applied written speech (for 4-semester programs)

2) Thematic modules:

  • Basics of computation. Topics: an overview of the basic concepts of computing, hardware and software types of calculations
  • Basics of programming. Themes: the basic concepts underlying computer programming and the methods of using them using the modern computer language
  • Computer operating systems. Themes: the history and development of operating systems, computer architecture and design concepts that underlie modern operating systems
  • Data structures and algorithms. Themes: properties of some data structures and algorithms and modern computer science and information technologies
  • Mathematics for computation. Topics: mathematical knowledge and skills necessary for the design and development of computer systems and software (including logic, basic calculus, algebra and basic statistics)
  • Sensible (critical) decision-making. The module is devoted to studying the decision-making process from different points of view and learning various analytical methods that can be used in the decision-making process
  • Web design. In the process of training, students develop and implement interactive web technologies and learn the functions and capabilities that are part of the HTML5 system
  • Design of computer games (module to choose from). The module is devoted to the study of the fundamentals of the design of computer games and their practical implementation.

Available undergraduate programs:

  • Computer Science (BSc (Hons) Computer Science)
  • Calculations for computer games (BSc (Hons) Games Computing).

Engineering.

1) The main modules:

  • English for Academic Purposes
  • Written speech in academic English (for 4-semester programs)

2) Thematic modules:

  • Mathematics. Topics: algebra foundations, functions, matrices, sequences and series, vectors, derivatives and extremum values ​​of functions for optimizing results and integration methods
  • Mechanics. The module is devoted to the study of the mechanics of stationary and moving objects. Topics: strength, tension and power, Newton's laws, linear and angular motion, rotational dynamics and simple harmonious motion, heat transfer and fluid pressure
  • Engineering and computer technology. The module is aimed at developing computational skills for engineering science, including understanding the MATLAB system and applying MS Excel
  • Thermodynamics and fluid mechanics. Topics: basic concepts in thermodynamics, energy interactions in physical systems, transformation of heat and mechanical work, fluid mechanics
  • Production and materials. Themes: characteristics and properties of various materials, methods of their processing and manufacturing of products
  • Electrical and electronic principles. The module is an introduction to the theory of electrical and electronic engineering, as well as practical work
  • Development of skills for engineers. The module is aimed at developing the practical skills of an engineer in the field of mechanical engineering and teaching them their subsequent application in professional activities
  • Technical drawing and design for engineers. Teaching technical skills in drawing and developing the system "Computer Aided Design" and its engineering applications.

Available undergraduate programs:

  • Mechanical Engineering (BEng (Hons) Mechanical Engineering)
  • Mechanical engineering (power and energy) (BEng (Hons) Mechanical Engineering (Power and Energy)
  • Mechanical engineering (control systems) BEng (Hons) Mechanical Engineering (Control Systems).

Media studies.

1) The main modules:

  • English
  • Skills of applied written speech (for 4-semester programs)

2) Thematic modules:

  • The idea, writing and implementation of the script. The module gives students an idea of ​​the basics of narrative theory and narrative for a wide screen. Students create a short-film script and a plan for their audio-visual series
  • Production planning. Topics: techniques and methods of production in the body of the industry
  • Principles of cinema and television (parts 1 and 2). The module provides theoretical bases for studying cinema and television. The language of films is studied in depth and much attention is paid to the critical analysis of the relations between the filmmaker, the movie star and the audience
  • Media and interpretation (parts 1 and 2). The module is aimed at studying concepts and critical approaches in the field of media production and demand, as well as studying the role and influence of technological changes on the media
  • Media History (Part 1): Hollywood. The aesthetic, economic and technological characteristics of Hollywood cinema are studied. You will also learn how different groups used genre, fame and authorship, as well as how they relate to historical and cultural trends.
  • Media story (part 2): Cinema art outside of Hollywood. This module examines the historical development of cinema outside the United States. The main goal is to understand the social, political and cultural contexts in which European cinema and the world entertainment industry are developing.

Available undergraduate programs:

  • Film and Television (BA (Hons) Film and Television).

The cost of the "International Year One" programs for the baccalaureate (International Year One):

  • 3-term programs = 12,910 £ / course (3 semesters)
  • 3,5-semester programs = 15,010 £ / course (3,5 semesters)
  • 4-semester programs = 17,210 £ / course (4 semesters).
05.01.2021 -13.08.2021
17+
from 14 000 £ / year

THE INTERNATIONAL FUND BOOKLIST PROGRAM (International Foundation Year)

  • Age of participants: 17 years
  • Duration of the programs: 1 academic year (3 semesters)
  • Beginning of classes: September, January
  • English language level for participation in the programs: IELTS 4.5 (4.0 in the "letter" section)
  • Level of education: diploma of graduation.

The program of preparation for undergraduate studies is intended for foreign students who plan to enter the University of Lincoln. Education lasts for the academic year (3 semesters) and is divided into 2 areas: Business and Media, Engineering and Calculations. The educational program includes:

1) Basic modules

  • Academic English Skills
  • Modules in the selected direction

2) Thematic (subject) modules.

In the process of teaching, lecturers give lectures, hold seminars and master classes. Students perform laboratory work, work independently and in groups. To monitor the progress and adjust the education, each student during all semesters performs screening work:

  • Invisible and ordinary exams.
  • Term papers
  • Presentations
  • Essays and Extended Essays
  • Case studies.

In the case of a successful graduation, graduates enter the available bachelor's specialties.

Directions of education and available undergraduate programs:

Business and Media.

1) The main modules:

  • Academic English Skills

2) Core modules (only for business direction):

  • Business training (level 1). This module examines the modern business world and working methods in the business environment. Are conducted as individual lessons, and group education, and role games (for increase of understanding of principles of a management and leadership)
  • Legal and political environment. The module's work is aimed at studying the political and legal systems and functions that they perform in the modern world

3) Thematic modules for the direction Business:

  • Business training (level 2). Various aspects and components of the business, in particular marketing research and operations management. The knowledge base is being expanded and teamwork skills are being perfected
  • Economy. The module is devoted to economic and business concepts. Development of analytical skills that allow for the implementation of economic analysis and defend the point of view in different situations and at different levels (both local and international)
  • Accounting. The module trains all aspects of accounting - from the basics to the immediate preparation and analysis of accounts. Includes individual and group work

4) Thematic modules for Media direction:

  • Media (level 1). Themes: mass media and their role in the life of society, key media concepts, institutions, values ​​and ideologies
  • Media (level 2). Topics: cinema and television, visual language and cinema technique, media concepts in narration, genres and author's participation
  • Media (level 3). Topics: practical skills of working with multimedia to create advertising, marketing in advertising, ethical norms related to the media

Available undergraduate programs:

  • Accounting and Finance (BA (Hons) Accountancy and Finance)
  • Advertising and Marketing (BA (Hons) Advertising and Marketing)
  • Business and Finance (BA (Hons) Business and Finance)
  • Business and Management (BA (Hons) Business and Management)
  • Business and Marketing (BA (Hons) Business and Marketing)
  • Business (with English) (BA (Hons) Business with English)
  • Business Studies (BA (Hons) Business Studies)
  • Criminology (BA (Hons) Criminology)
  • Criminology and Social Policy (BA (Hons) Criminology and Social Policy)
  • Event Management (BSc (Hons) Events Management)
  • Film and Television (BA (Hons) Film and Television)
  • History (BA (Hons) History)
  • International Business Management (BA (Hons) International Business Management)
  • International Relations (BA (Hons) International Relations)
  • International Relations and Politics (BA (Hons) International Relations and Politics)
  • Management of international tourism (BA (Hons) International Tourism Management)
  • Law (LLB Law)
  • Law and Criminology (LLB Law and Criminology)
  • Management in marketing (BA (Hons) Marketing Management)
  • Media production (BA (Hons) Media Production)
  • Politics (BA (Hons) Politics)
  • Politics and Social Policy (BA (Hons) Politics and Social Policy)
  • Social Policy (BA (Hons) Social Policy)
  • Sociology (BA (Hons) Sociology).

Engineering and Computing.

1) The main modules:

  • Academic English
  • Applied mathematics (level 1). Topics: mathematical concepts in science and technology, including forces and equilibrium, relative motion, Newton's laws of motion and energy
  • Applied mathematics (level 2). Themes: statistics, dynamics, uniform circular and simple harmonic motion

2) Thematic modules for engineering direction:

  • General mathematics (level 1). Topics: the foundations of algebra, sequences and series, differentiation and integration, probability theory and sets
  • General mathematics (level 1). Topics: geometry and trigonometry, numerical methods, vectors and complex numbers
  • Physics. Basic laws, ideas and methods of physics and their application in solving specific problems and tasks

3) Thematic modules for the direction Calculations:

  • Calculations (level 1). Topics: databases, principles for solving problems using databases, principles of system analysis and design
  • Calculations (level 2). Themes: the XHTML language, the design and functionality of web pages, the JavaScript programming language
  • Calculations (level 3). Topics: object-oriented programming and design: concepts of creation, inheritance, user interaction with events and parameters, and the application of other programming principles.

Available undergraduate programs:

  • Computer Science (BSc (Hons) Computer Science)
  • Electrical Engineering (Control Systems) (BEng (Hons) Electrical Engineering (Control Systems))
  • Electrical Engineering (Electronics) (BEng (Hons) Electrical Engineering (Electronics))
  • Electrical Engineering (Power and Energy) (BEng (Hons) Electrical Engineering (Power and Energy))
  • Calculations for games (BSc (Hons) Games Computing)
  • Mechanical Engineering (BEng (Hons) Mechanical Engineering)
  • Mechanical engineering (power and energy) (BEng (Hons) Mechanical Engineering (Power and Energy))
  • Mechanical engineering (control systems) (BEng (Hons) Mechanical Engineering (Control Systems)).

Tuition fee in all directions = 12,900 £ / course (academic year).

Bachelor's program

  • Age of participants: 17 years
  • Duration of the programs: 3 years (bachelor's degree), 4 years (integrated magistracy), up to 6 years (part-time work)
  • Beginning of classes: September
  • Level of English: no less than IELTS 6.0
  • Level of education: Diploma of graduation (for foreign students + 1 year of additional education)
  • Language of instruction: English.

In the education of undergraduate programs, students from different countries of the world who have the necessary level of education and knowledge of English can take part. The university offers a large number of high-quality and professional programs in a variety of ways. There are both standard bachelor courses and integrated master courses, when a student immediately after the completion of a bachelor's degree passes to a master's specialty of the corresponding profile. Upon completion of studies, appropriate degrees are awarded - Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science (after a standard program), Master of Arts or Master of Science (after an integrated Masters program). Types of education include:

  • Standard Bachelor's program (3 years)
  • Standard program + one year of work experience (4 years of study)
  • Integrated Master's program (bachelor's + master's degree) (4 years of study)
  • Program for part-time work (part-time work) (up to 6 years of study).

In each specialty, students have a certain number of study units (modules): some of them are compulsory, and some students can choose and vary independently. In the first and second year students study 8 units, in the third year - 6 units + thesis or an independent study. Some bachelor's specialties make it possible to obtain a dual qualification - as a rule, 2 related subjects become basic (for example, international relations and politics). The double degree allows you to become more competent and creates a potentially wider range of opportunities for career growth and post-master education, and also allows you to develop a wide range of subject and professional skills.

Classes are conducted by senior teachers, research teachers, professors, practitioners and invited experts. Students also receive support from senior students. The time that students spend for their studies varies depending on the specialty and the course - but this is usually 40 hours of study per week (plus each student must spend a certain amount of hours on independent work). Classes include:

  • Lectures
  • Seminars
  • Extended workshops
  • Independent research
  • Practical lessons
  • Practice
  • Research
  • Individual training.

Methods for assessing the progress of students vary depending on the specific profession, but, as a rule, include:

  • Term papers
  • Essays and Extended Essays
  • Written and practical exams
  • Portfolio
  • Group projects
  • Presentations
  • Show projects (for example, for the direction "Fashion").

Upon successful completion of the education and the fulfillment of all standards and requirements, students receive a bachelor's degree in the relevant field (or a master's degree for integrated master's programs) and can either begin their work / professional work or continue their education at the magistracy department.

Bachelor programs at the University of Lincoln:

  • Accounting and Finance
  • Advertising and marketing
  • Behavior of animals
  • Animation
  • Architecture
  • History and History of Art
  • Audio Production
  • Automation
  • Banking and Finance
  • Biochemistry
  • Biology
  • Biomedical Science
  • Bio-veterinary science
  • Development of business and entrepreneurship
  • Business & Finance
  • Business and management (with professional practice)
  • Business and marketing (with professional practice)
  • Business Economics
  • Business psychology
  • Studying business (with professional practice)
  • Chemistry
  • Chemistry (creation and development of medicines)
  • Chemistry with education
  • Chemistry with Mathematics
  • Computer science
  • Preservation of cultural heritage
  • Creative advertising
  • Criminology
  • Criminology and Social Policy
  • Criminology and Sociology
  • Dancing
  • Design (exhibitions and museums)
  • Drama
  • Drama and English
  • Economy
  • Economics and finance
  • Electrical engineering (electronics)
  • Electrical engineering (control systems)
  • Electrical engineering (power engineering and power engineering)
  • English
  • English and creative style
  • English and History
  • English and Journalism
  • Event Management
  • Fashion
  • Film and TV
  • art
  • Food Engineering
  • Production management of food products
  • Science and technology in the field of food products
  • Forensic Chemistry
  • Forensics
  • Computer games
  • Geography
  • Graphic design
  • Health and exercise
  • Health and social support
  • History
  • Illustration
  • Interactive Design
  • Internal architecture and design
  • International Business Management
  • International relationships
  • International relations and politics
  • International Relations and Social Policy
  • International Tourism Management
  • Journalism
  • Journalism and Public Relations
  • Research in Journalism
  • Right
  • Law and Criminology
  • Sales management
  • Mathematics
  • Mathematics and Informatics
  • Mathematics and physics
  • Mechanical engineering
  • Mechanical engineering (control systems)
  • Mechanical engineering (power engineering and power engineering)
  • Production of mass media
  • Research of media resources
  • Music
  • Care (adults)
  • Care (mental health)
  • Paramedicine
  • Pharmaceutical Science
  • Pharmacy
  • Philosophy
  • The photo
  • Physical education and sport
  • Physics
  • Policy
  • Politics and social policy
  • Politics and Sociology
  • Product design
  • Psychology
  • Psychology (with clinical psychology)
  • Psychology (with forensic psychology)
  • Public relations
  • Social politics
  • Social Policy and Sociology
  • Sociology
  • Sports and Exercise
  • Development of sport and coaching
  • Zoology.
     

REQUIREMENTS FOR RECEIPT

For undergraduate program

  • Age: from 17 years old
  • Diploma of completion of secondary school (with good and excellent marks)
  • Foreign students should have one year of additional education (for example, the International Foundation Year or International Year One course)
  • Knowledge of English: no less than IELTS 6.0
  • The test to identify the level of knowledge
  • To apply for medical specialties, you may need to take the BMAT or UKCAT test.

IMPORTANT! Different baccalaureate programs may have different language requirements. To clarify the requirements for the course of interest, please contact specialists.

DATES OF SEMESTERS AND ADDITIONAL EXPENSES

Beginning of Bachelor's programs: September.

The cost of studying for undergraduate programs = from 13,200 £ / year of study.

Master's program

  • Age of participants: from 20 years
  • Duration of the programs: 1 year (for education on the evening form programs it is possible to increase the period of study)
  • Beginning of classes: September
  • Level of English: not less than IELTS 6.5
  • Level of Education: Bachelor's Degree / Specialist
  • Language of instruction: English.

Master's programs at the University of Lincoln provide an opportunity to increase the level of knowledge and skills for career development and development in a professional and personal manner. To enter the master's degree, you must have a certain level of education and knowledge of English. Education lasts 1-2 years (full employment) or 2-3 years (part-time work). The master offers a complex and attractive balance of teaching and research, built around classes of various types:

  • Seminars
  • Work with teaching aids
  • Laboratory work and research
  • Independent work.

The master's program includes 2 different types:

  • Research magistracy. The Master of Science or Arts (MA / MSc) courses offer a special, supervised research program and are suitable for students wishing to obtain a prestigious research degree. Usually this requires full employment for 1 or 2 years. The Master of Philosophy (MPhil) has a more in-depth structure: students of these fields should demonstrate a full understanding of the relevant research methodologies in their field. Subject to satisfactory progress at this level, graduates often continue their education in doctoral studies
  • Education in magistracy. Education on these courses usually lasts from 1 year (full-time) to 2 or 3 years (part-time work). Education is conducted in different modes with different number of lessons per week. Students receive all the necessary knowledge of the chosen specialty.


Each educational program includes mandatory and additional modules. The number of hours allocated for classes varies, but a large number of independent studies and studies remain unchanged, and the student regularly meets with his supervisor. Classes are conducted by highly qualified specialists, professionals of their field and field of knowledge. To control the progress of such tests and sections, such as:

  • Submission of research abstracts
  • Oral and written exams
  • Presentations and projects
  • Extended essays.

If the program is successfully completed and all the necessary requirements are met, students receive a master's degree, which gives them the right to profitable employment, professional activities and continuing education. Graduates with Masters degrees from the University of Lincoln are quite popular specialists and successfully get a job in prestigious companies around the world.

Master's programs at Lincoln University:

  • Architecture and building environment
  • Business
  • Chemistry
  • Computer science
  • Design
  • Education
  • Engineering
  • English and Journalism
  • Cinema and Media
  • Fine and performing arts
  • Manufacture of food products
  • Agro-food technologies
  • Geography
  • Health and social support
  • Center for Professional Development
  • History and cultural heritage
  • Right
  • Life Sciences
  • Mathematics and physics
  • Pharmacy
  • Psychology
  • Social and political sciences
  • Sports and physical exercises.

REQUIREMENTS FOR RECEIPT

  • Age: from 20 years old
  • Bachelor's degree / specialist degree (Bachelor's direction must coincide with the chosen direction of the Master's degree, but exceptions are possible)
  • Knowledge of English: IELTS 6.5 (for each program it is necessary to specify the required language level)
  • 2 recommendations from teachers from the previous place of study
  • Motivation letter
  • For applicants applying for creative professions, it is necessary to have a portfolio
  • Foreign students may need to pass a program of preparation for a master's degree.

Tuition fees for master's programs

  • Full-time study = from 13,500 £ / year of study
  • Distance learning (evening) = from 3,700 £ / year of study.
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