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Make a Difference to the UK

The University of Lincoln is a major contributor to the region’s economy, generating more than 3,000 jobs.

Since it was opened by Her Majesty the Queen in 1996, £170 million has been invested in the spectacular Brayford Pool campus, transforming a city centre brownfield site into a hub of academic and business activity. We also plan to spend a further £130 million to improve the student experience further over the next few years.

Much of this has only been made possible by donors who were determined to ensure Lincoln had its own world-class facility for teaching and research. Some of those donors are now immortalised through their association with us in the names of our buildings, student prizes, supporting research groups and professorships.

Your gift today could make a difference to the UK tomorrow.

In 2009, Siemens made a multi-million pound commitment to support Lincoln's new School of Engineering - the first dedicated facility of its kind to be built in the UK for more than 20 years.

“Our collaboration with the University of Lincoln is groundbreaking in many ways. It represents a new model of industry/educational collaboration providing clear benefits for both Siemens and the University. It’s a true partnership.”

Steve Middlebrough, Director of Engineering, Siemens (Lincoln)