The summer school students will find themselves located in the heart of one of the world’s great historic cathedral cities with Lincoln Cathedral dominating the city at the top of Steep Hill and celebrated as one of the finest medieval landmarks in Europe. Together with Lincoln Castle and the cobbled Bailgate, it is a reminder of the city’s long and fascinating history, which gave birth, among the other, to the famous mathematician George Boole.
The University’s modern campus overlooks the café culture of the Brayford waterfront. The modern marina is filled with popular bars and restaurants and a cinema, while the city centre and uphill areas offer a more diverse and cultural scene.
Lincoln is one of the safest and friendliest cities in the UK with its main attractions within a short walk of the city centre. The combination of a vibrant atmosphere and warm community feel makes Lincoln a fantastic place to visit and study.
The University of Lincoln is situated about 130 miles north of London. The Times newspaper refers to Lincoln as having effected “the most dramatic transformation of any university in recent times”, with more than £200 million spent on building a stunning modern campus in the heart of a beautiful and ancient small city.
More information on our historic city of Lincoln available here.
The summer school will be held in the Isaac Newton Building, a brand new £28m development – home for our Schools of Computer Science, Engineering and Mathematics & Physics and our growing strategic partnership with Siemens.
There will be a reception on the evening of Monday. Summer school dinner is on Wednesday at the Wig & Mitre Lincoln restaurant, situated along the picturesque Steep Hill in the old part of the city.
On-campus students accommodations are available at the University’s Lincoln Courts, a waterfront accommodation complex situated in the heart of the Student Village. Lincoln prides itself on having a variety of student accommodation available within easy walking distance of our academic buildings and social spaces. Lincoln Courts residents are just a few minutes away from the University’s academic buildings, as well as the Student Support Centre, the Engine Shed and the city centre.
Directions and Maps
There are several international airports and direct train connections to Lincoln from London, Nottingham and Sheffield. The train station is just a few minutes walk from the University’s campus. Maps and travel information are available here.