Sun 10 May 2009, The Guardian

University of Lincoln

Lincoln is a sweet cathedral city that attracts a million tourists a year. The main campus of the university offers great views up to the cathedral, though you might be too busy looking around you: the waterfront developments at Brayford Pool include a multiscreen cinema, restaurants, nightclubs, accommodation and the new student union building with great concert space and bars. The university's city-centre buildings are known as the Cathedral Quarter and there's a lovely rural campus, Riseholme Park. It must be doing something right: in the 2008 national student survey, Lincoln recorded one of the most significant improvements for student satisfaction of any university in the country.
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