School not meeting your ambitions? Uncertain about GCSEs?
Did you know that children can change schools at end of Year 9? But you have to act now!
Backed by the University of Lincoln, Lincoln College, Siemens and other great industry partners, Lincoln UTC offers a specialist Engineering, Science, Mathematics and Computer Science education, preparing young people for further education, apprenticeships and employment.
Now is the time for Year 9 students to apply for a place in Year 10 for September 2017. Year 11 students should consider Lincoln UTC’s great 16-19 provision for STEM and Computer Science.Vidoe
Apply Online This will tell us about your interest but you must still apply through LCC.
There are no academic requirements for entry into Year 10. Students must have passion and interest in Engineering and/or Science and a desire for a combination of practical, technical and academic modes of study. Due to the extended working day and high expectations held at the UTC, students must be fully committed to our method of working. All applicants are advised to attend an open event prior to applying to ensure they fully appreciate the opportunities available at the UTC.
Year 10 application forms for students living in Lincolnshire can be found here: UTC Y10 Application Form. Supporting notes are available here: LCC Applicants Letter. The application form should be downloaded, printed, hand written and posted directly to:
School Admissions Team
Lincolnshire County Council County Offices
Lincolnshire County Council will process all applications. Please contact the UTC at firstname.lastname@example.org when you have applied to LCC so that we can advise you of the time frame for place allocation and keep you informed of important information.
If you chose to complete our online application form you must also complete the LCC form, sign it and post it to them to confirm your application.
Register Online This will tell us about your interest but you must still apply through LCC.
All applicants will apply for one of Lincoln UTC’s three pathways. This enables students to study Engineering, Applied Science and/or a series of A Level qualifications. Specific pathways will be discussed with each individual student upon application.
The minimum entry requirements for Year 12 are 6 GCSEs grade A*-C, including English Literature, Mathematics and Additional Science. Each pathway has specific entry requirements, as shown in Curriculum 16-18. Please ensure you are able to meet the entry requirements for your chosen pathway before making an application.
Please complete the Post 16 application form online here. Alternatively, download the 2017-18-Y12-Application-Form or for the Games Computing Pathway, download the 2016-17 Y12 Application Form GAMES COMPUTING. Email or post the completed application to:
Applications will be accepted throughout the academic year until all places are filled. On the last working day of every month, the applications received that month will be processed and applicants will be contacted within ten working days. At the point where all Year 12 places have been filled, applicants will be placed on a waiting list.
Lincoln UTC admits up to 160 students into Year 10 and Year 12 each academic year.
There are no entry requirements for entry into Year 10. Students must have a strong interest in Engineering and/or Science and a desire for a combination of practical, technical and academic modes of study. With a longer working day from 8.45am until 4.30pm, the highest standards and challenging expectations, students must be prepared to commit fully to UTC life.
The minimum entry requirements for Year 12 students are 5 GCSE qualifications, grade A*-C, including English and Mathematics. Specific entry requirements apply to each pathway and they can be found on the curriculum pages.Apply Now
Next Open Day
Monday 27th November, 5-7pmRegister to attend
Find out how we prepare young people for future STEM careers.
Visit us on Monday 27th November between 5 and 7pm and discover how our specialist science, technology, engineering and mathematics courses for 14-19 year olds equips them with the knowledge, qualifications and skills that employers, colleges and universities require.
This is a fantastic opportunity to meet our pupils and staff and to see inside our £8m learning centre. However, if you can’t wait to have a look round, we are only too pleased to offer guided tours. To arrange a tour simply email email@example.com. We look forward to hearing from you.