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University of Lincoln, Work Based Distance Learning

An exciting partnership between Study Group and the University of Lincoln is redefining access to higher education for professionals at a global level via distance learning. 

University of Lincoln
Siemens Engineering Hub

I have had a fantastic experience throughout my studies. All the support I received has resulted in my BSc (Hons) Engineering Management degree.

Joep Houtenbos, Work-Based Distance Learning graduate 2011

Creating global access to higher education

The University of Lincoln, in partnership with Study Group, is working to satisfy the growth in demand for flexible and accessible qualifications. This partnership will help students overcome constraints and commitments to achieve their career goals, utilising the latest technical developments to offer a truly global degree level education.

The Work Based Distance Learning programmes are designed to give students and employers a competitive edge founded on professional experience.

Build on prior knowledge and existing expertise

The work based distance learning model breaks down the barriers between working full-time and university training by supporting, enhancing and accrediting the knowledge, understanding and skills already acquired in the workplace.

Programmes available:

  • BA (Hons) Business Management
  • BSc (Hons) Engineering Management
  • BSc (Hons) Logistics Management
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The University of Lincoln in collaboration with Siemens founded the first new School of Engineering in the UK for 20 years

The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) accredit the Logistics Management degree

Lincoln is consistently ranked highly for student satisfaction in Business and Management education in the UK National Student Survey