Lincoln College Open Day
26 April, 2017 – 4.30-8.00pm
For all course enquiries please call the Course Enquiry Line on 030 030 32435
Lincoln College, established 127 years ago, is located in the beautiful city of Lincoln.
We are delighted that you have chosen Lincoln College to help you achieve your goals.
Our campus is based in the historic city of Lincoln, just a few minutes walk from the city centre and is a safe and friendly environment.
International students enjoy the excellent teaching, facilities and support that help them to achieve their goals. We very much hope you will enjoy your time here and we look forward to supporting you throughout your time at Lincoln College.
Lincoln is a cathedral city and the county town of Lincolnshire; it is a historic city that blends history together seamlessly with modern living.
With a low crime rate and friendly people, Lincoln offers modern living with a high quality of life, at a low cost.
It takes just two hours by train from Lincoln to London and 40 minutes by car to the nearest international airport.
In order to study at Lincoln College, you must be able to provide evidence that you meet our entry requirements as well as satisfying the UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) regulations.
In accordance with UK Visa and Immigration regulations, students wishing to enter the UK on a Tier 4 student visa need to study on courses at NQF Level 3 or above.
If you intend to study an English as a Foreign Language course, you can do so with a short-term study visa (for 6 or 11 months depending on age).
For our full range of courses, see our course pages.
Popular courses for International students:
In accordance with UK Visa and Immigration (UKVI) regulations:
You can study any course at Level 3 or above (for example, A-Levels or BTEC Level 3 Diploma)
English entry requirements*:
CEFR B1* (UKVI SELT IELTS 4.5, with 4 in each band)
You can study full-time English as a Foreign Language (EFL) only.
English entry requirements*:
* Please note: each course at Lincoln College has its own English language entry requirements. The requirements above are set by the UKVI as a minimum for visa purposes.
Fees for academic year – September 2016 to June 2017
International fees per course
Lincoln College arranges homestay (host family) accommodation for international students on full-time courses.
Students who are under 18 stay with a host family. Students who are 18+ can choose to stay with a host family, in private rented accommodation or in student accommodation (halls of residence).
Living with a Host Family (Homestay)
Homestay families live in the city centre and in the surrounding residential areas that have good bus links to the College.
Living with a family offers you the chance to practise your English, learn about British food, culture and traditions,
make friends with local people and be part of a family.
Live in a welcoming, safe and caring home in the UK; all homestays are inspected and monitored. They agree to provide the following:
The cost of homestay for 2016 - 2017 is £115 per week.
Student Accommodation (Halls of Residence)
Student accommodation is only available for students aged 18+; Lincoln College may be able to help arrange this.
There is very high demand so you need to sign an agreement for the full academic year (until July) and pay a deposit well in advance. Kitchen and laundry facilities are available on site; students need to buy and prepare their own meals, as well as doing their own laundry.
Rooms occasionally become available in October/November so we recommend that students start in homestay accommodation initially while they wait for a possible vacancy.
Privately-rented Flats and Houses
This accommodation is only available for students aged 18+; you will have to sign a rental agreement (a legal document) with a landlord - through a letting agent.
Lincoln College cannot arrange private accommodation.
You may choose to start in homestay accommodation initially and look for private accommodation once you are familiar with the local area. Information is available from letting agents.
Prices start from around £60 per week, depending on facilities.
Tier 4 is part of the UK Visa & Immigration’s (UKVI) points-based system for immigration. It is for students who want to study in the UK.
You need to apply for a Tier 4 Student Visa if you want to study in the UK and with a Tier 4 Student Visa you must take actions following the Tier 4 Rules & Regulations.
Checklists & UKVI website
We hope the following check lists are helpful. As the rules and requirements do change regularly, you are strongly advised to check the UKVI website for the latest and detailed information.
Checklist for Tier 4 Students before you complete your visa application in your home country or in the UK:
Checklist for new students:
*The minimum requirement may be higher on each course.
Checklist for returning students:
Students studying at the Lincoln College site need to register at Lincoln Police Station:
Lincoln Police Station West Parade, Lincoln LN1 1YP
Telephone: 01522 885213
Students studying at the Newark College site need to register at Mansfield Police Station:
Mansfield Police Station Great Central Road Mansfield
Telephone: 0115 9670999
If you have any questions please contact the International Office at Lincoln College.
UK Council International Student Affairs (UKCISA)
UKCISA have produced a number of information sheets on immigration, working in the UK, etc. You may find it beneficial to look at their website.
Tel: 020 7107 9922
Advice line open Monday to Friday, 1300 -1600 hours
If you have a question or need further information about studying at Lincoln College as an International Student, please get in touch:
Telephone (during office hours 8.00-17.00 GMT): +44(0) 1522 876286:
International Department, Lincoln College, Monks Road, Lincoln, UK. LN2 5HQ
Just drop in any Wednesday between 10.00am - 7.00pm.
06 March, 2017 – 10:00 – 11:30 GMT
09 March, 2017 – 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM