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Offer Holders

Congratulations and welcome to your Offer Holder information zone.

Welcome Offer Holders!

We know that studying for a degree can be a big change in your life, so we're here to help each step of the way, starting with the Offer Holder information zone.

Here you can find lots of helpful information about what you need to do next, including how to reply to your offer, details around where you can find accommodation, discover more about our historic city and how you can connect with students just like you on our online unibuddy platform.

Full-Time Applications

The first UCAS deadline for accepting your place is 6th June 2024.

Once you have heard from all the institutions that you have applied to, you'll need to decide which offer to accept.

You will be asked to make a first (firm) choice – this is the place you really want to attend.

If you've received conditional offers, you will also have an insurance choice, in case you don't meet the requirements of your firm choice.

You can accept your offer by going to UCAS, although you'll only be able to do this after you've received decisions from all of the universities that you applied to.

Confirm – Once you have accepted an offer of a place on a Higher Education programme of study at Lincoln College, a legal contract is formed between you and the College. 

Please ensure that you read the HE Terms and Conditions carefully before you choose to accept an offer. 

If you are accepting your place, you will need to let us know by updating your UCAS account or by email to HE@lincolncollege.ac.uk if you are applying through Clearing.

 

Part-Time Applications

Confirm – Once you have accepted an offer of a place on a Higher Education programme of study at Lincoln College, a legal contract is formed between you and the College. 

Please ensure that you read the HE Terms and Conditions carefully before you choose to accept an offer.  

If you are accepting your place, you will need to let us know by email to HE@lincolncollege.ac.uk

We will update here any planned upcoming Offer Holder Days.

What is an Offer Holder Day?

An offer holder day is an event where you can visit the institutions that you have received an offer from. This day gives you the chance to get a deeper insight into your chosen degree through a range of activities, alongside other students who have also got an offer to study on the same course as you.  

Offer holder days are invite-only events for students who have made an application and received an offer.   

An offer holder day will be tailored to the subject that you will be studying and give you the chance to explore your chosen course and the university in much more detail. 

 

Offer holder days will give you the chance to:  

  • Meet our teaching staff 

  • Visit the buildings and rooms you’ll be taught in

  • Explore the facilities like the Library and HE Common Room

  • Attend subject-specific sessions where you’ll have the opportunity to ask any questions you may have

 

Car Parking

Car parking is available on campus on a first come first serve basis.

 

Hotels 

If you are looking to stay overnight, the Visit Lincoln website  is a good resource to find nearby hotels: Visit Lincoln website

 

Travel Fund

If you are attending our on campus Offer Holder Day we would like to help you with your travel costs. We want to make sure you are able to attend College to experience life on campus so if you are travelling more than 15 miles to campus we will contribute towards the cost to ensure your journey into Higher Education is achievable.

The travel fund amount you will be eligible for depends on the distance travelled to our campus in Lincoln and will be calculated by Lincoln College. The amount awarded will be based on the shortest route from your postcode to campus. Here's how much you can get:

10-50 miles - £35

51-85 miles - £50

86-120 miles - £65

121+ miles - £80

If you request the travel fund, we will email you after you have attended the event to confirm your travel fund amount and bank details. The money will be paid to you by bank transfer.

After choosing a course, one of the biggest decisions will be where to live while studying.

Although we do not have our own accommodation at the College, there is a plentiful supply located in the city, within walking distance of the College and both rail and bus stations. 

View our guides below for more information on accommodation providers.

Living in Lincoln Guide

Lincoln

Lincoln is a beautiful historic city with a bustling high street and nightlife with lots to keep students busy.

Events and festivals - Enjoy year round events and festivals taking place across Lincoln, including Lost Village Festival and the famous Christmas Market. Keep up with what's going on over at Visit Lincoln.

Eating out and nightlife - Lincoln boats a variety of places to eat and drink. From bars, nightclubs and independent restaurants to traditional pubs serving delicious grub.

Shopping haven - From high street hits to independent stores and boutiques, there's a wide variety to choose from across the city.

Art and culture - Live gigs, concerts, comedy, theatre and dance plus art galleries and museums.

Historic hub - 2,000 years of history, the stunning Lincoln Cathedral and the Castle, home to the 1215 Magna Carta.

Newark

Newark-on-Trent is a thriving market town, and with great road and rail links, you can travel to the cities of Nottingham and Lincoln in around 30 minutes.

Newark has an interesting history dating back to 1068 when Newark Castle was built. Parts of the castle still remain following its demolition by Oliver Cromwell and the castle grounds provide a pleasant public space.

Today the town offers a full range of facilities, affordable housing and a traditional community atmosphere. The town has a vibrant market four days a week and is host to a growing number of events that celebrate music including jazz and folk festivals.

Learn more about Newark with our helpful Guide to Living in Newark brochure

Or take a look at this walking tour of Newark town centre:

Deciding what course and where to study is an important decision. That's why we believe it's important to be able to ask questions and chat with current students to help you make the right decision about what and where to study your degree.

Our online platform, Unibuddy, is a free and easy way to allow you to message our friendly student Unibuddy ambassadors to ask any questions you might have and start a conversation.

Get involved today and start chatting today - unibuddy

Join Community to start chatting with other students and connecting with your classmates!

The community is a safe, official, space for applicants. Through this online community space, you can connect with potential course mates, talk about interests and hobbies, and learn more about living and studying in Lincoln or Newark.

Join the community

For more information on these facilities, visit the Deans Sports and Leisure website

If you have any questions or would like any further information, please contact our friendly team via:

highereducationrecruitment@lincolncollege.ac.uk

01522 876857

Support For Career Degree Students

We are proud of the level of support that we offer our students. We have a specialist team of professional Student Support Advisors who can offer guidance and support on a wide range of financial, personal and career-related issues. Our Student Services team are here to help students with any questions or problems they have before, during and after their time at College.

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