Events

Virtual Open Days

While you are not able to visit us in person at the moment, you can still find out more about the University of Lincoln and what it is like to live and study here at one of our Virtual Open Days.

Just like our normal Open Days, these events allow you to find out more about the subject you are interested in, speak to staff and current students about their experiences of Lincoln, find out more about the support services available, and explore our campus and wider city. View dates here.

Virtual Open Day

 

Summer Festival of Learning – June & July

Celebrate the lifting of lockdown restrictions this summer with an exciting mix of social, educational and skills-related activities and events, making the best of our beautiful campus and city.

Running through June and July, the Lincoln Summer Festival is a collaboration between the University and the Students’ Union which aims to bring our community back together on campus as we pass through the next steps of the Government’s roadmap.

Summer Festival of Learning

 

Annual Teaching & Learning Conference (Online)

10th June 2021, from 10am – 3:30 (students) 10am – 5pm (staff). Mind The Gap – Skills, Performance, Opportunities, Culture. The annual Teaching and Learning conference will be held online this year. Staff and students are welcomed to join the sessions. Please refer to the digital poster for schedule of events on the day in the Eventbrite listing.

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PRME Regional Chapter UK and Ireland 7th Annual Conference

Taking place 6-7th July 2021, the seventh Annual Conference of the UK and Ireland PRME Regional Chapter will be hosted by Lincoln International Business School.

This year’s theme is an acknowledgement of PRME’s ongoing key role in the shaping of responsible management education and to inspire each member to continuously re-think their purpose and practice. The declarations of a ‘Climate Emergency’, the Covid-19 pandemic, and the racial inequalities highlighted in 2020-2021 give rise to opportunity for reflection on the consequences of business as usual, the role and response of responsible management education and the construction of the future.

 

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Resilient Lincolnshire Series

Resilient Lincolnshire is an initiative developed by the Lincoln International Business School and the Centre for Organisational Resilience. The aim is to engage meaningfully with businesses during these uncertain times.

We want to connect with and support our local business community within Lincolnshire, providing educational learning opportunities and showcasing best practice with all partners and collaborators. View the series here.

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