Graduate Courses

Lincoln is home to a large and diverse graduate community. We have a strong tradition when it comes to graduate study and offer a wide-range of subjects and courses. A large number of our Fellows act as Supervisors to our graduate students - giving you one-to-one support as you embark upon your studies.

Below you can find a list of subjects that can be studied at graduate-level at Lincoln College. Click on the subject to find out more.

Humanities Division

Classics and Ancient History

English Language and Literature

History

History of Art

Medieval and Modern Languages

Music

Oriental Studies

Philosophy

Theology and Religion

Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences Division

Chemistry

Engineering Science

Materials

Mathematics

Physics

Plant Sciences

Statistics

Zoology

Medical Sciences Division

Biochemistry

Experimental Psychology

Medicine and Clinical Medicine

Neuroscience and Clinical Neurosciences

Oncology

Orthopaedics, Rheumatology and Musculoskeletal Sciences

Paediatrics

Pathology

Pharmacology

Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics

Population Health

Psychiatry

Surgical Sciences

Women's and Reproductive Health

Social Sciences Division

Business

Classical Archaeology

Criminology

Economics

Education

Global and Area Studies

Government

International Development

Law

Politics and International Relations

Alexandra Brown

I chose Oxford because it offers one of the best two-year Economics Master's programmes in the world. The degree is structured to be a little like the first two years of a PhD programme. You spend your first year doing fairly rigorous theoretical coursework, then your second year is focussed on writing a thesis (as well as some elective units).

Alexandra Brown
  • MPhil in Economics
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