Spend a Semester in the UK!
Located in the heart of England with excellent academic credentials and a proud heritage dating back to 1861, the University of Lincoln provides an outstanding campus with inspirational teaching and fantastic facilities. The University has a rapidly growing international reputation for academic excellence and research. This is why a number of their courses are ranked in the top ten in the UK for student satisfaction. All programmes offer students business-relevant teaching and learning from leading academics. Many of their programmes are rooted in industry with courses that have excellent links with major global employers to help propel students’ future careers.
The town of Lincoln developed from the Roman town of Lindum Colonia, which developed from an Iron Age settlement. Lincoln's major landmarks are Lincoln Cathedral, a famous example of English Gothic architecture, and Lincoln Castle, an 11th-century Norman castle. Lincoln is situated in a gap in the Lincoln Cliff 141 miles north of London, at an elevation of 66.9 feet above sea level by the River Witham.
- Fall Semester: Mid September to Mid January
- Spring Semester: Mid January to Late May
For more information about the academic calendar please visit Lincoln's website
Lincoln is a safe, student-centred city and offers a fantastic range of accommodation options, on-campus and within a short walking distance of the University.
Housing costs will not be billed through Appalachian State due to the varied options. Students will submit their housing payment directly to Lincoln or their housing provider.
For more information about housing please visit the Lincoln’s accommodation web page.
Paid to Appalachian State
1The OIED Program Development Fee will be placed on students’ accounts upon acceptance by the Education Abroad Office. The fee payment confirms your spot and is non-refundable.
*If no exchange spots are available students will be able to attend Lincoln as a fee-paying study abroad student and Tuition and Fees will be charged at the Lincoln rate.
Estimated Additional Costs
1Housing costs will vary by housing type.
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||$1000 - $1500
||$1200 - $1500
||$2200 - $3500
||$3500 - $5300
||$5700 - $8700
||$1200 - $1700
||$1300 - $2000
||$2800 - $3500
||$1200 - $2000
||$1800 - $2600
||$3200 - $4200
|Books and Materials
||$200 - $400
||$200 - $400
||$400 - $800
||$100 - $200
||$150 - $300
||$250 - $500
|Visa (for US Citizens)
||$400 - $500
|3US Based Health Insurance
|4Personal Travel and Spending
||$1000 - $1800
||$1500 - $2300
||$2000 - $4100
2Personal expenses includes but is not limited to: toiletries, cell phone, emergency funds, laundry, clothing, utilities, basic travel and entertainment, etc.
3Students are encouraged to maintain a US based health insurance plan while abroad (to exempt out of AppState insurance students must follow the App exemption process - proving that they have insurance coverage for the entirety of the semester.
4Personal Travel and Spending amounts will vary by student and will be affected by how often a student goes out, travels, and the items they purchase.
Please note that non-billable costs are estimates only and will be affected by personal spending habits, currency fluctuations, etc. Prices listed in USD unless otherwise noted.
Students are encouraged to start planning for their study abroad program costs well in advance. Please use the Student Financial Planning Worksheet to help estimate your anticipated expenses and your anticipated financial resources. When planning for estimated additional costs students are encouraged to research currency conversion rates. To see the estimated total costs of this program please visit the program budget sheets: Fall, Spring, Academic Year.
The majority of financial aid and scholarships can apply to semester and year-long study abroad programs. For more information please visit the Office of Student Financial Aid web page.
Each semester OIED offers a variety of different scholarship opportunities for students. Scholarship awards range from $250 to $2000.
Benjamin A Gilman Scholarship
The Gilman Scholarship Program application is open to U.S. citizen undergraduate students who are receiving Federal Pell Grant funding at a two-year or four-year college or university to participate in study and intern abroad programs worldwide.
Fund for Education Abroad
Applicants from groups underrepresented in study abroad and those destined for non-traditional locations are given preference, in an effort to make the demographics of U.S. undergraduates studying abroad reflect the rich diversity of the U.S. population.
For information about additional scholarships please visit our External Scholarships web page.
To locate specific course offerings please visit the University of Lincoln’s course finder. Students can search by study topic and then click on a program for a list of courses (courses are called modules in the UK). Please note that students will need to apply to one main department where they will need to take at least 50% of their courses from. In most cases it is possible to take 1 or possibly 2 courses from a 2nd department but this isn't always possible due to timetable conflicts. Currently students are able to apply to the following Lincoln departments: College of Arts (Architecture, Interior Design, Graphic Design, English, Journalism, Film and Television, Media Production, History, Conservation and Restoration, Drama, Dance, Fine Art, Fashion, Music), School of Social and Political Sciences (all programs), School of Sport and Exercise Science (all programs), Business School (International Business Management, International Tourism Management, Events Management). For all other majors students should contact the Education Abroad office well in advance of applying.
All students are expected to maintain at least the equivalent of a full time course load according to Appalachian State and the host university while abroad (whichever is greater). Students participating on the Lincoln program will be required to enroll in 60 CATS credits per semester. For more information about study abroad enrollment policies, credit approval, and credit and grade conversions please visit the Academics section of our website.
How to Apply
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis and some programs may fill up before the listed deadline. Each year applications for Fall, Spring, and Summer will open up on August 1st. Once open the deadline will be listed below and an Apply Now button will be available at the top and bottom of this page. Most applications will have a 2 part application process so students are encouraged to complete their OIED application well before the listed deadline.
For more information about deadlines and how to apply please visit our Guide Me web page.