Take Part in Research

Opportunities to Get Involved in the University’s Research

Click the links for more details in how you can participate, learn and enjoy research at the University of Lincoln;


Untitled design (5)PEARL is running a survey asking about what members of the public think of the opportunities available for people beyond the university to get involved in its research. The University wants to know what you think, and what you’d like to see more of. Find out more & take part.

If you have colleagues, friends or family who may be interested in taking this survey and letting us know their thoughts, please share it far and wide, as the feedback really will help shape how public engagement with research happens at Lincoln, and beyond.



Lincoln International Business School runs a range of open and bespoke courses (click the titles for more info) including:

Developing a Managerial Mindset

Develop your management skills with this practical 12-month management development programme. This course is for aspiring, new and existing managers and leaders wishing to build their fundamental management skills.

Coaching and Mentoring for Managers

  • Workshop 1 – 15 March 9.30am-4.30pm
  • Workshop 2 – 25 April 9.30am-12.30pm

Language Short Courses

The University of Lincoln offers language short courses at beginner, intermediate and advanced levels in Mandarin Chinese, French, German, English, Italian and Spanish.


…Chemistry…Computer Science…Engineering…Geography…Life Sciences…Maths & Physics…Pharmacy…Food Manufacturing & Agri-Food Technology

School of Life Sciences


Each survey takes approx. 15-20 minutes to complete. Click on the titles for more info or to take part.


Working and Being a Dog Owner: Sponsored by Nestle Purina

We are interested in hearing from dog owners aged 18 years old or over, regularly working in an ​Office ​environment who are and are not allowed to bring their dog in to the office with them.

Pet Dog Quality of Life: Sponsored by Dogs Trust           

We are exploring child-dog interactions to develop tools to help responsible parents protect the special child-dog relationship. We are looking for dog-owning parents of children (aged 3 – 16 years) to take part, and are keen to hear from families who have typically developing children and those with neuro-developmental disorders (e.g. autism, ADHD).


More Animal Behaviour Research - attend the clinic, take part in studies, get involved





…Architecture…Design…Film & Media…English & Journalism…Fine & Performing Arts…History & Heritage…

Content coming soon…


 Social Science

…Education…Health & Social Care…Law….Psychology…Social & Political Science…Sport & Exercise Science…

School of Psychology 

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-> Participate in research studies via the university’s SONA system

-> Get involved in the Lincoln Infant & Child Development Lab

-> Give your opinions in the surveys including;