Events are a large part of life here at the university and we believe that our entertainment, lectures and debates should be open for everyone to enjoy and join in with. We host a wide range of events though out the year so we are sure there is something for everyone. We hope to see you soon!
Make sure to download the latest edition of our events programme and news magazine BG&You for articles, dates for the diary and a way to stay tuned with the university and its activities.
One of the best ways to find out about BGU is to attend one of our Open Days. Come along and get your questions answered! Our Open Day is from 10am - 3pm and provides an opportunity for prospective students, together with their families and friends, to look around our campus and talk with staff and students. Our Open Days will give you the opportunity to find out more about our high quality undergraduate degree courses through meeting our academicFind out more »
Wed 15th November (1-2pm): Hardy Seminar Room 1 (Hardy Building) Dr Shirley Brook (BGU) ‘The Social Networks and Information Environment of Nineteenth Century Agricultural Improvement’ There was great zeal for 'Improvement' in nineteenth-century farming circles. Progress was fuelled and facilitated by the proliferation of farming publications and increasing opportunities for social exchange afforded not only by membership of agricultural societies but also attendance at their shows. The influence of such media on both the farmers and the landowners, whose activitiesFind out more »
Bishop Grosseteste University’s staff and students invite the community to engage with the results of their research on the lives of women, who trained as teachers at our institution from the 1860s to the vote. Come and rediscover the lost voices of pioneering women through imaginative activities and interactive displays. Share this fascinating local heritage, and help to unfold our Victorian origins! Activities include an exhibition, BGU’s Victorian Origins: a women’s teacher training college for the Diocese of Lincoln, whichFind out more »
The Secret life of Lutheran Chorales – a concert in the University Chapel on 20th November at 4.30pm. Agnethe Christensen (voice, Nordic lyres, bell) and Leah Studdard (bray harp, voice, bell) Martin Luther’s chorale melodies are familiar to many people. They are still sung in Churches and in concert halls, absorbed into living traditions and the classical canon. This concert will give you a chance to know these tunes better. It will include plainsong and polyphony by composers like GuillaumeFind out more »
If you are considering one of our Foundation Degrees or Progression routes, then come along to our open evening to find out more. It will give you the opportunity to find out more about our courses through meeting our academic staff and current students. Members of staff from our Student Support and Admissions teams will be on hand to answer your queries. More details will be sent nearer the event. If you have any queries, please don't hesitate to contactFind out more »
7pm Friday 1st December In the stunning new extension to Constance Stewart Hall, at Bishop Grosseteste University, Lincoln LN1 3DY Enjoy an evening of glamour and sparkle in our Winter Wonderland. You can expect glitz from the moment you make an entrance down our red carpet and are greeted with prosecco and paparazzi. Your grand 3-course meal will be served and then you can dance the night away. If that isn't enough, you may be in with a chance ofFind out more »
Tuesday 5 December 2017 2.00pm St Hugh’s Choir, Lincoln Cathedral Free admission, all welcome. More details will appear on this page in due course.Find out more »
Wed 13th December (1-2pm): Hardy Seminar Room 4 (Hardy Building) Dr Simon Willmetts (University of Hull): ‘Weaponizing Cinema: Visual Intelligence, the OSS Field Photographic Unit , and the Logistics of Perception in World War II’ For further information, please contact the convenor: Dr R C F von Friedeburg (Reader in History) email@example.comFind out more »
Wed 7th February (1-2pm): Hardy Seminar Room 4 (Hardy Building) Dr Alexander Lock (British Library): ‘Magna Charta: Law, Liberty and Myth’ For further information, please contact the convenor: Dr R C F von Friedeburg (Reader in History) firstname.lastname@example.orgFind out more »
Wed 14th March (1-2 pm): Hardy Seminar Room 4 (Hardy Building) Dr Emily Ennis (University of Leeds): ‘Death and Photography on Stage: Bram Stoker, Theatrical Culture and the Visual Heritage of the Vampire' For further information, please contact the convenor: Dr R C F von Friedeburg (Reader in History) email@example.comFind out more »