Lincoln, Newark and Gainsborough Colleges deliver further education studies including A Levels, Technical Training and Apprenticeships, offering a range of levels within further education starting from Entry Level to Level 3.
With a wide range of courses with different attendance commitments, including full time, part time and online, there is a course for everyone; start your search today to explore the next steps in your education and career journey. You can also specifically search for our adult training courses if you're 19 and over and would like to explore the courses we offer that would compliment your existing life commitments.
Interested in applying for a course? Find out all you need to know about the application process.
Thinking about university but would like to attend a smaller campus, with smaller class sizes? Would you prefer a condensed timetable and access to a career degree bursary? Studying higher education at Lincoln College may be the right option for you.
As a HE student you will have access to a wide range of support from additional learning support to help with finances; find out more by accessing our support for career degree students.
Want to apply for a higher education programme?
Instructions on how to apply for individual courses are detailed on each course page of our website. Full-time applicants should apply via UCAS - you’ll need the course code which can be found on your chosen course page. Part-time applications can be made directly to the College.
Enrolling onto an Apprenticeship is a great alternative option to university due to the combination of studying and on-the-job training which provides the opportunity to develop practical skills, earn a wage and work towards nationally recognised qualifications.
Higher Apprenticeships and Degree Apprenticeships may be the perfect option for you if you would like to be an apprentice and gain a qualification equivalent to higher education.
You can also explore how to approach searching for apprenticeship vacancies with our recommended search websites and local apprenticeship employers.
Explore our recommended job search websites and career specific employers.
Labour market information is a useful tool to research future jobs in the local area to understand the skills needed for certain job roles and the demand for future employment.
Use our career planning support for tips on CV’s, covering letters and interviews, take a career quiz and explore job profiles to give you all the information and advice you need to have the advantage over your competition.
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