So you've thought about where you are heading and decided University is for you.
You've come to the right place.
Lincoln offers a wide range of diplomas and degrees.
Diplomas take one year. A degree normally takes three (with the exception of Agricultural Science and Landscape Architecture, which take four). Programmes can be studied full or part-time.
You can start studying at the start of the first semester in February, the second semester in July, or during Summer School.
Remember that you must hold a university entrance qualification to gain admission to a degree.
If you have narrowly missed out on gaining university entrance then check out the Certificates in Commerce and Natural Resources which can help you bridge into a degree. Mature students can also choose this option to help them get back into study. The Certificate of University Preparation is a one-semester course and a second chance to prepare for university.
The Diplomas in Agriculture, Horticulture and Organic Husbandry don't require a university entrance qualification.
You will also need to meet the English language requirement for your programme.