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Student Services RGB      Support for students at University of Lincoln.

There are 3 departments in Student Services: the Student Support Centre, Student Wellbeing Centre and the English Language Centre.  Visit the Student Services website for information about the 3 services.


Student Support RGB     Finding your way around campus and the city of Lincoln

If you have just joined us as a student at the University of Lincoln, you may find these videos from The Student Support Centre helpful .  The videos show you how to walk to places you will need to visit, including the Police Station, Post Office and main High Street (shopping area).  Just click here to watch them:  Student Support Videos



iglobal logo      iGlobal@Lincoln 

iGlobal@Lincoln is a central hub that includes links to all support services for international students throughout the University.  There is also an ‘Events’ tab on the iGlobal@Lincoln website, which will direct you to events organised by the University of Lincoln Students’ Union (ULSU) and Careers & Employability service.


1938 Uni of Lincoln - Advice Service Logo ART RGB SmallVisa Application Advice

The Advice Service, based in the Student Support Centre, are here to help you with all your Visa application questions.  If you’d like to make an appointment, email:


JustAskThe Library

Your Academic Subject Librarian can help you get the most from the resources in the University Library.  They can also advise you on citing and referencing.  You can make an appointment to see them, or attend a drop-in.  The library also runs Learning Development workshops and ‘MASH’ workshops (for help with maths and statistics).  For more information, visit the University of Lincoln Library website.


careers logoCareers Advice for International Students

As an international student at the University of Lincoln you can get FREE careers advice from Judy Turner at the University of Lincoln Careers & Employability service.  Judy is dedicated to helping international students with their careers.  To find out more, just click the link here:  International Careers Advice.  You can also contact Judy directly by email: