College of Health and Science

Explore our diverse range of undergraduate, postgraduate taught, and postgraduate research programmes.


The College of Health and Science offers a wide range of exciting research-informed and industry-relevant programmes in subjects including agri-food technology, chemistry, computer science, engineering, food manufacturing, geography, biomedical and life sciences, mathematics, medicine, nursing and other health disciplines, pharmacy, physics, psychology, sport and exercise science, and social work and social care.

Each of our programmes is designed to provide students with a solid foundation in their chosen field, equipping them with the necessary theoretical knowledge and practical experience to excel within the industry. Across the College, staff are working at the forefront of new discoveries, undertaking world-leading or internationally excellent research, providing students with the opportunity to learn from some of the finest thinkers in their field.

Our strong links with industry and external partners aim to guarantee a current and relevant curriculum. Maintaining relationships with industry gives students the ability to engage with employers through enhanced opportunities for placements and mentoring. To find out more, you can explore our individual Schools below.

In addition to our standard undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, the College of Health and Science also offers a range of specialist programmes including Foundation Years in a variety of science subjects, and flexible learning options across our academic schools, which are becoming an increasingly popular way for busy professionals to stay ahead in their chosen field.

Flexible Learning

Short Courses and Professional Devleopment

Our suite of flexible programmes include specialist short courses, online Master's degrees, and work-based learning and professional development programmes. These are currently available across the College of Health and Science, in areas such as health and wellbeing, agri-food technology, and food manufacturing.

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Science Foundation Year

Our Science Foundation Year aims to prepare students for degree-level study, by equipping them with the skills and knowledge needed to be successful in science, healthcare, or engineering related subjects. These courses are designed to open up an exciting world of opportunities within these disciplines for students who do not meet our standard entry requirements.

Science Foundation Year
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The Multi-Professional Hub

The Multi-Professional Hub (occupying the ground-floor of 179, facing the high street) is a collaborative space especially developed for student-run clinics.

Specialist Facilities

Teaching in the College of Health and Science is delivered in purpose-built facilities, providing innovative spaces for study and research. All of our students have access to specialist facilities across our campuses, with the aim of providing the best possible learning environment and a strong foundation to help you achieve your goals.

Our Research

Our researchers are striving to advance knowledge in areas such as healthcare, biomedical sciences, psychology, sports science, and more. They are working on relevant research projects that are tackling important societal issues, collaborating with experts, and generating impactful discoveries that are making a tangible difference to communities around the world.

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Visit Us

The best way to find out what it is really like to live and learn at Lincoln is to visit us at one of our on-campus events. Exploring our campus and city for yourself will help you to get a real feel for what it might be like to study here.

Open Days and Visits
Students walking alongside the Brayford in summer

Contact Us

College of Health and Science
Brayford Pool Campus