Sir Isaac's legacy continues
The University of Lincoln is offering students who join its Pharmaceutical Science and Biochemistry undergraduate degree programmes the chance to progress on to one of its masters programmes with a full scholarship.
Students who successfully complete the course and achieve a 2:1 or above can progress on to a masters programme of their choice at the University, which will be fully funded by the institution.
Professor Andrew Hunter, Pro Vice Chancellor and Head of the College of Science, said: "Science is a vital part of the Lincolnshire economy and the University recognises that we need to invest in ensuring that skilled and talented scientists are attracted to the region and contribute to the further development of the local economy and the furtherance of scientific knowledge.
"Lincolnshire is the birthplace of one of the founding fathers of modern science, Sir Isaac Newton, and it is essential that his legacy continues to inspire learning, excellence and innovation."
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This follows the University's announcement earlier in the year of its co-development with Lincolnshire Co-operative of a world-class science and innovation park in the centre of the city.
Professor Mary Stuart, Vice Chancellor, said: "The University of Lincoln continues to build and stimulate the Lincolnshire economy. This aims to enhance the scientific strengths of the region by attracting excellent students to the area and encouraging them to stay here. Our vision is to ensure that our students 'stand on the shoulders of giants' right here in Lincoln."
Limited places are available. For more, call 01522 886622 or visit www.lincoln.ac.uk/clearing.