Download your free Results Day Survival Guide now!
Download your FREE guide now
We know how stressful things can be this time of year. But don't worry - at BGU we're here to help every step of the way. We've put together a load of information, tips and guidance into a handy downloadable Results Day Survival Guide, just for you! Simply fill out the form above and you can access your copy right now.
CLEARING AT BGU
We still have places available for you to start university this September here at Bishop Grosseteste University (BGU). Simply call our Clearing hotline on 01522 583698 and our dedicated Clearing Team will guide you through the process.
Don’t miss out on university
There’s a place at BGU waiting for you
A LITTLE ABOUT US
Here at BGU we’ve been busy educating students in the historic heart of the City of Lincoln for over 150 years, located on a beautifully green and pleasant campus just a few minutes’ walk from Lincoln Cathedral, Castle and the old Roman city. Lincoln is one of the most student-friendly cities in the UK, so we're sure you'll feel right at home here.
We’re set on a beautiful single-site campus, so just about everything you need is close by, whether it be your tutors, your friends, your lectures or the places where you like to relax. Oh, and to cap it all off, our teaching has recently been awarded a Gold rating, the employability rates of our graduates are consistently high and our students are amongst the happiest in the UK – so you know that at BGU you’ll be in safe hands.
We have undergraduate degrees in a wide variety of subjects. These include Archaeology, Business, Counselling, Drama, Early Childhood Studies, Education Studies, English, English Language and Teaching, Health & Social Care, History, Mathematics, Primary Education, Psychology, Sociology, SENDI (Special Educational Needs Disability & Inclusion), Sport, Teaching and Theology Philosophy & Ethics. Click here to explore our courses now.
And if you don’t have the UCAS points necessary for normal entry onto a degree course then you can study one of our courses with a Foundation Year, before progressing directly onto your chosen degree course.