Why choose a summer course at Lincoln College?
- Single en-suite bathrooms
- Common room
- Nearby gym
- Nearby sports ground and boathouse
- Multi-faith prayer room
Since 1427, Lincoln College has been the home of many well-known academics, including the imaginative Dr Seuss and the UK Chancellor Rishi Sunak. It was also where the intellectual Mensa society was founded, an organisation whose members score in the 98th percentile or above on a standardised IQ test. The academic inspiration of this College is evident, but the three quads and beautiful 15th century character set it apart from other residences in the city. It is also one of the few Colleges that doesn’t have a modern annexe, meaning the traditional exterior is preserved in all its glory.