Maths & Physics at Lincoln

Maths & Physics at Lincoln

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MATHEMATICS AND PHYSICS – The Foundations of the Universe - Where will it take you?

To fully understand Mathematics and Physics, is to fully understand the building blocks of our world. Moreover, to have the capacity to learn and develop the Mathematics and Physics that we do know, and expand and create within, we can almost get a glimpse into the future.

Maths and Physics at the University of Lincoln are broad-ranging scientific degrees, focussing on the fundamentals within these fields. The course will allow you to find out more about what is on offer within these courses, whilst also seeing the practical application of the areas, and beyond this to the links with Engineering as well.

The University of Lincoln is a modern university in a historic setting, our award-winning campus provides a modern, student-centred environment on the picturesque Brayford Pool marina.  The University is recognised for excellence in teaching and learning through its pioneering approach to working with industry.

What will I be doing?

You will engage in a range of activities that a typical first year student on one of the courses at the University, will undertake. This will provide a real insight into the programmes we offer here within this area. Furthermore, you will meet academic staff, researchers and students, all of whom are currently working in Maths, Physics and Engineering here at the University, and you will have to chance to get to know them, and find out what it’s like here at Lincoln. Learning activities will include:

  • Lectures
  • Seminars
  • Workshops
  • Laboratory experiments
  • An industrial visit with one of our industry partners
  • Admissions and application information

Would this course suit me?

Are you innovative, creative, and take a practical approach to solving problems with a flair for the methodical? Are you good at and enjoy Maths and Physics, however do you seek to “look under the hood” of the world and constantly yearn to find out more about why things are the way they are? Then this course is for you.

What do I need to be suitable?

You need to be studying Mathematics and/or Physics, or an appropriate Engineering qualification.Anchor

Course code: 
Course dates: 
Monday, July 9, 2018 - 11:00 to Thursday, July 12, 2018 - 14:00
(3 nights residential) Please note these are provisional dates only. To be confirmed.