Front Quad of Lincoln College, the walls covered in bright green ivy

Student Development

Ambassadors Training Programme

The ambassador training programme provides skills training, events, talks and celebrations for the access ambassadors and admissions helpers in college. Previous events have included a panel discussion, a public speaking workshop and pedagogy with the senior study skills lecturer.

Student helper at an Open Day at Lincoln College

Study Skills

As part of the College’s commitment to helping student achieve their full potential, we provide study skills support from specialist tutors throughout your degree. Whether it is essay writing, time management or how to approach a problem sheet; students can be referred to our study skills tutors at any time for additional support.

Students and their tutor working on a maths problem on a whiteboard

Linc Up

Linc Up is our exclusive online careers mentoring platform, for students and alumni of Lincoln College. Lincoln alumni have gone on to work in a variety of different fields and can help and support you, as you plan and embark on your chosen career – you can connect with fellow Lincolnites by video, email, in person, or by phone. You can ask alumni for advice on their sectors and the recruitment process, get help with checking your CV, and learn about the experience and skills you need to secure your first role.

Logo of Linc Up - a speech bubble with two halves in different shades of blue, with a sketch of the Lincoln Library tower in between the words "Linc Up"
A group of children in red t-shirts and lifejackets rowing along a river in a dragon-boat, with a woman dressed in blue standing at the back of the boat with a large oar.

Lincoln Vac Proj

Oxford skyline

First Gen Society

Photograph of a bus X20 in Oxford

Class Act

Autumnal red ivy before a window

Crankstart Community


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