At Lincoln Law School we understand that international students often have questions or additional concerns when studying abroad. We have a friendly and supportive environment that will integrate you with students from the UK and all over the world.
Our Law programmes are taught by tutors who will work with you in a relaxed and informal environment to maximise your success and enjoyment of study. Throughout your studies you will receive the support and encouragement you need from friendly people who want you to succeed. The degrees are constructed in order to maximise your choice of modules so you can choose to study the areas you are most interested in.
Lincoln is an ideal combination of old and new. It is the home of the Magna Carta, one of the most important ancient documents in the world. It was signed in 1215. We have a medieval castle and cathedral. Indeed our graduation ceremonies take place in the beautiful setting of the Cathedral and involve a procession from inside the Cathedral to the reception in the grounds of the Castle. Lincoln, an important Roman town, is steeped in history. However, Lincoln also has all the modern facilities you would expect in a university city. The Engine Shed is the biggest concert space in the East Midlands and is on the regular concert circuit for all your favourite bands. If you prefer slightly more culture there is the Lincoln Performing Arts Centre which has everything from ballet to stand up comedy. If you like clubbing there are many to choose from or eat out in the numerous restaurants and bars. Lincoln is the ideal combination of the old and new and visitors always remark on the friendly atmosphere where students are welcomed from all over the world as a vital part of the community.
Located in the heart of England, and less than two hours by rail to London with its numerous transport links to Europe, Lincoln is one of the world’s historic cities, renowned for its fusion of old and new. The winning combination of a vibrant city centre and a historic cathedral quarter, both with a range of cultural activities and venues, makes Lincoln a fantastic environment in which to live and study. And we're in one of the driest regions of the UK!