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Postgraduate Reviews of Courses at University of Lincoln

Not much to do at Lincoln, absolute boring. Society isnt so great nor sports. Good university buildings but lecture/services aint up to par, need good design tutors for ma interior and architecture design. BA IAD are much better than MA IAD read full review
Don't enroll on this course. It may be cheaper than other equivalent RIBA Part 3 courses but you get what you pay for. It may also be close to your home, but I'd recommend the travel to the next closest institution.

I enrolled on this course in 2014 after completing my MArch at Lincoln. After 4 years of uninspiring lectures and supportive staff, I withdrew from the course and went to Southbank University in London. Here I was qualified within 9 months.

Southbank University's equivilent course was excellent. The lectures were high quality and the support for the modules such as the case study were also excellent. The same cannot be said for the University of Lincoln who offer very limited advice.

Earlier this year I submitted a formal complaint to the University of Lincoln and I have just been awarded the reimbursement of my tuition fees plus all my travel expenses to lectures. The lecturer I complained about has now stepped down as course leader but I still believe the course is fundamentally flawed and this is despite the RIBA visiting board report - this only provides a snapshot of the course at the time they visit.

Once again, I urge you not to consider this course. read full review

PhD History


Conor - February 2020

Lincoln is a great university, and is getting better all the time. I've loved it here and have seen it grow first-hand, which has been wonderful to be a part of. read full review

MSc Fashion Management


Student Reviewer - February 2020

It's been great...a new adventure, new set of people and culture. Absolutely loving it. Everyone has been very supportive and helpful in every step possible. It helped me stand out and grab opportunities well. read full review
University has its ups and downs, with the downs mainly being avoidable if we are informed better of the work needed. The ups usually mean for lasting relationships between students going into the future past university life. read full review

MSc Marketing


Kate - January 2020

Positive, my undergrad was very structured and fun while I was a full time student. Since I have been part time and working a part time job it has been much more stressful. The university does not support or cater to part time students which is very disappointing. read full review
Firstly, i can practice my soft skills through the English course such as teamwork, academic writing essay skill, how can i discuss correctly in group,... Lastly, every service of the university is really good. Especially, the accommodation service can support me now when i need. read full review
This is the wonderful experience in Lincoln, because i found good teachers and friends. More importance is that i will study the course what i am interested in. read full review

MSc International Business


Student Reviewer - January 2020

This is my first time in UK and I love here in Lincoln , the beautiful place and nice people , everybody always pleased to help when i have got a problem. read full review
It is really well and the staff is friendly. The tutor are good and supporting. I love to stay here. Also, I think this place is the best way for improving my stay read full review