Projects

Student Exchange with France

Engineering

The exchange is funded by the EU project “Leonardo da Vinci” and contributes to the broadening of skills of participants and supports their opportunities to later work in Europe. The Paris Lycee “Lucas de Nehou” educates its students with a Read More ...

Student Exchange with France

Student Teacher Exchange 2015

Research

The annual North South Student Teacher Exchange project is funded by SCoSTINS and managed by the Centre for Cross Border Studies (CCBS) in partnership with the participating colleges. The participating student teachers spend three weeks in colleges of education and Read More ...

Student Teacher Exchange 2015

Autumn Volunteer Projects

Donation

University College Lincoln relies on the support of Alumni and Friends to maintain links between the University and its 65,000 graduates around the globe and to raise much needed funds for the University. Volunteers can offer support in a number Read More ...

Autumn Volunteer Projects

Help fund a student project

Donation

Lincoln Donation is our student project fund, made possible through the generous support of alumni and friends. Students can apply for up to $25,000 for projects that boost opportunities for their peers and the wider community.┬áIn today’s competitive job market, Read More ...

Help fund a student project

Healthly-Aged Summer School

Donation

The money received from the annual giving fund allowed us to host a 2 day summer school, jointly with the College of Medicine, on the topic of Healthy Ageing. We were able to put on a very full and challenging Read More ...

Healthly-Aged Summer School

Controlled Natural Language

Research

Project description A controlled natural language is a fragment of natural language with precisely defined syntax and semantics. Controlled natural languages are intended for use in situations where various language processing tasks—for example, translation or query answering—need to be performed Read More ...

Controlled Natural Language

Computer Aided Systematic

Research

Systematic literature reviews are a major form of secondary research, that is, research which uses existing research output as its basis rather that d . They are widely used in medicine and increasingly used in other areas including computer science Read More ...

Computer Aided Systematic