The University of Lincoln welcomes students from Bangladesh and around the world, and we are delighted that you are considering studying with us.
As one of the UK’s leading new universities, the University of Lincoln is proud of the quality of education it offers. We understand that a qualification from a British university is recognised internationally, and we endeavour to deliver high quality teaching and facilities to all our students.
Degree programmes at the University of Lincoln are specially designed to suit the needs of both students and future employers, while purpose-built, modern buildings and resources aid students throughout their studies.
We are here to help and support you in the lead up to starting university, throughout your time studying here and long after graduation.
If you have any questions, the University’s International Office will be happy to help. Please contact us via the international enquiries form.
General Qualification Requirement
Good grades in Higher Secondary School Certificate plus an acceptable International Foundation Year or equivalent. Students with a Bachelor of Arts /Science / Commerce (Pass) will also be considered for entry onto an undergraduate course. If you require a foundation qualification, this can be undertaken at the University of Lincoln International Study Centre (www.studygroup.com/isc/lincoln).
We also accept A Level qualifications and the International Baccalaureate (IB) for direct entry into our undergraduate programmes
IELTS 6.0 (with no less than 5.5 in each band score)
Journalism programmes require IELTS 7.0
4 year bachelor degree with a minimum of 60% overall* from a private or public university which is ranked ‘Good’ by UGC (University Grants Commission)
We will also accept applicants who hold a Masters degree* preceded by a 3 year Bachelor degree
*From a recognised institution
The UKVI website includes detailed information on how to apply for your visa.
You will need to show details of your acceptance onto a programme, your offer letter and evidence of sufficient funding to support your education and living expenses while you are in the UK.
Meet Us in Bangladesh
The University of Lincoln’s International Officer, Carol McFarlane, will be visiting Bangladesh from 30 January to 1st February and will be attending the following fairs as well as local agent offices.
30 January: Study in the UK hosted at MACES offices http://www.macesbd.com/
31 January: British Council Exhibition, Chittagong
Should you wish to talk to her during her visit please email her at email@example.com
Our International Officer Carol McFarlane will be attending various events in Bangladesh between 17th November and 19th November. If you would like to organise a meeting please contact Carol via CMcfarlane@lincoln.ac.uk
Contact Bangladeshi Students at Lincoln
If you would like to contact a student from Bangladesh who is currently studying here at the University of Lincoln please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your name, address, country and subject of interest.
We have many education agents who represent the University in Bangladesh.
Agents can liaise with the University on your behalf and assist you in the following areas:
- Making an application
- Studying in the UK
- Applying for a visa
Contact: Ameer Khan
Tel: 00880 2 9898 217 / 8827137,882731
IDP Education Bangladesh Pvt. Ltd.
Hamid Tower 4th Floor,
Gulshan Circle 2 Dhaka - 1212 Bangladesh
Tel: +88 04478-667788
Tel: +88 02 8832861 / 62
IELTS Email: email@example.com
The British Council in Bangladesh www.britishcouncil.org/bangladesh
5 Fuller Road,
Telephone + 880 (0)2 861 8905-7
77/A East Nasirabad
(behind Chittagong Shopping Complex)
Telephone + 880 (0) 31 657884 - 6
For further information, please contact the International Office.
International Enquiries Form
Tel: +44 1522 886040
Fax: +44 1522 886680