If you are an international student it is essential that before you arrive in the UK you ensure that you have booked accommodation and that you are able to move into your room on arrival to Lincoln. If you are intending to live in privately rented accommodation, we would encourage you to research the options available as soon as possible. Student accommodation is single-occupancy and availability of dual or family accommodation in the city is limited.

Rooms in University-managed accommodations Lincoln Courts are available for students studying a course starting in January 2024.

These rooms are single-occupancy-only en-suites. The kitchen/dining area is communal.

Lincoln Courts is a stunning waterfront accommodation complex, situated in our Brayford Student Village. It is owned and managed by the University of Lincoln, and our dedicated Accommodation Services team aims to help you make the most of your student experience.

The complex is made up of 17 contemporary buildings of self-catered apartments, which each house five to eight students. In total there are 1,037 furnished student bedrooms. Some apartments have rooms designed specifically for students with disabilities. Students booking January to January accommodation will be allocated a single-occupancy room in Lincoln Court 16, subject to availability.

Each apartment has fully fitted kitchen/dining facilities with a cooker, fridge, microwave, kettle, iron, ironing board, vacuum cleaner, and mop and bucket. All rooms are fully furnished. Each room is furnished with a single bed, wardrobe, desk, and drawers. 24-hour WiFi access to the University broadband network is also available. In addition to the facilities that come with a standard room, these rooms have en-suite bathrooms which include a shower, basin, and toilet. Rent is inclusive of utility bills, personal possessions insurance, and University WiFi access.

Lincoln Court Pricing

You will be able to move into your from Monday 15th January 2024 and must vacate the room by 10am on the contract end date.