International students

Study Abroad

International Study Abroad Exchanges outside of Europe

For students that wish to participate in a study exchange outside of Europe, the University of Lincoln has a growing number of partners worldwide, including in the USA, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, China, and Japan.

Who can study abroad and how to apply?

To study abroad as an exchange student, either through Erasmus+ or via an international exchange programme you must:

  • Study in a School or on a programme which has a link with an international partner institution
  • Be registered at the University as an undergraduate, postgraduate or doctoral student
  • Have successfully completed your first year of undergraduate study
  • Have sufficient academic and linguistic ability (where necessary) to be able to benefit from a study period abroad
  • Be nominated by your School to take part in the scheme – speak to your exchanges coordinator about the application process

For outgoing University of Lincoln students

Please check with your Exchanges coordinator to see whether there is a partnership in place for your discipline, or email for more information.

For incoming exchange students to Lincoln

Any exchange must first be accepted via your exchanges partner before applying directly to the University.

Study Abroad for students from non-partners

Our Study Abroad programme welcomes students from all over the world. We provide you with the opportunity to study for one semester or one year alongside students completing a University of Lincoln undergraduate degree, in any discipline of study. Applications (Study Abroad application form [MsWord]) should be made directly to the University and sent to

Study Programmes

We recommended that Study Abroad students choose from one programme at one level to allow for timetabling restrictions. However, students may be able to select modules from across the University to enrich their experience, subject to timetabling and approval.

Students must meet any pre-requisites stated in the module description. If students do select modules from across the four University Colleges, then at least half the academic programme must be based in one subject area.

Study programmes will be finalised once enrolment has been completed. Admission to any University of Lincoln module is at the discretion of the admitting School.

Tuition Fees for non-partner Study Abroad International students

For incoming students from non-partner institutions, the following fee structure will apply.

For academic year 2017/2018
Bachelor classroom-based programmes £6,400 per semester, £12,800 per year.
Bachelor laboratory or studio-based programmes £7,250 per semester, £14,500 per year.

Tuition Fees for non-partner Study Abroad European students

For academic year 2017/2018
Bachelor classroom-based programme £4,625 per semester, £9,250 per year.
Bachelor laboratory-based or studio based programme £4,625 per semester, £9,250 per year.

How to apply

Applications should be made directly to the University of Lincoln and returned to (Study Abroad application form [MsWord])

Applications for Autumn semester should be received by 31st May and those for Spring semester by 31st October.

For more information about Study Abroad options at the University of Lincoln, please contact

‌The study and teaching methods in Lincoln are very agreeable. The professors are very polite and the university is an attractive option for international students. This is because of all of the societies on offer, the nice library, the restaurants, the accommodation and the good location (close to the city centre – everything is within walking distance!). The students feel complete when studying at the University of Lincoln. Ana Maria Barcelos Guerra, Brasil