Coronavirus (Covid-19) Update:
  • The University of Lincoln would like to reassure you that all of our online Masters programmes are continuing as normal and on schedule.
  • The programmes are taught and studied entirely online, which means that they can be studied and completed from home, without any disruption to teaching provision or learning activities.
  • We are committed to ensuring that students are not disadvantaged in their studies by issues caused directly or indirectly by Covid-19 and we will be providing additional support to affected students wherever necessary.
  • We are committed to ensuring that students are not disadvantaged in their studies by issues caused directly or indirectly by Covid-19 and we will be providing additional support to affected students wherever necessary
  • Please contact us on +44 (0) 1522 254 022 or enquiries@online.lincoln.ac.uk if you have any questions.

100% Online Masters Programmes

Apply by: 20 April 2020 | To start: 4 May 2020

180 credits • 2 years part-time • Top 20 UK University • £8,880 total fees

Our Online MSc Programmes

Study Online with a Top 20 UK University Renowned for Student Experience and Flexible Learning

These 100% online Management Masters programmes combine robust academic research with real-world, applied learning to prepare students for the next stage of their management careers – underpinned by an award-winning approach to engaging with employers.

These Masters programmes have been designed to provide the Lincoln student experience online, through a digital platform that facilitates interaction, collaboration and active learning, enabling an immersive online learning experience.

The University of Lincoln is ranked a top 20 UK university in The Guardian University Guide 2020 and was awarded Gold – the highest standard possible – in the national Teaching Excellence Framework, an independent assessment of teaching quality in UK higher education.

Lincoln’s suite of 100% online Masters programmes have been designed to support the career ambitions of ‘can-do’ individuals by developing management talent of the future.

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