#WeAreLSFM. Graduation was simply an incredible experience! There has never been a prouder moment in my life than walking through Lincoln Cathedral as a graduate. It was a momentous occasion and being able to share that joy with my closest friends and fellow graduates from my year made the last 3 years of hard work so worth it! Thank you to the University of Lincoln for making the day so special! Continue reading
# Thursday 12th September 2019 is the University of Lincoln School of Film & Media’s Graduation ceremony at 10.30am in lovely Lincoln Cathedral. LSFM is proud of our students who will be Class of 2019 and part of our alumni community. You’ll be able to see the University’s Graduation Livestream at https://www.lincoln.ac.uk/home/studentlife/graduation
We welcome back our 2014 Grad Emily Cowlishaw, BA (Hons) and MA in Media Production, as she will be working to capture Grad Day – can’t wait to see her photos – and she will be posting her employment experiences here soon. Continue reading
Excited! TODAY 11th of September 2018 is a memorable day for LSFM’s graduands. We are proud of our students’ achievements at the University of Lincoln School of Film & Media. Our Graduation ceremony will be at the lovely Lincoln Cathedral at 2.30pm. The Cathedral doors will open at 1.30pm and all seated please by 2pm. Reminder for graduands and guests to head to the Lincoln Castle grounds to collect your tickets from the Ticketing Desk and your gown from the gowning marquee. #LoveLincoln Graduation Ceremonies will be streaming live.
We will get an insider’s view of Grad Day with soon-to-be Class of 2018 Imogen Hayes – read her previous post about getting a job – so watch this space! In the meantime, congrats to all who are graduating today and this week. Uni of Lincoln said “notable names receiving honorary degrees from the University include the comedian, actor and writer Robert Webb, best known as half of the comedy double act Mitchell and Webb and TV series Peep Show. In 2017, Robert published his number one best-selling memoir, How Not To Be a Boy.” Read the full press story.
Congratulations to our students on completing your studies at the University of Lincoln School of Film & Media and thank you for placing our Uni 8th, out of 127 UK institutions, in the latest National Student Survey. LSFM’s Graduation ceremony will be at Lincoln Cathedral on Tuesday 11th September at 2.30pm. Doors into the Cathedral will open at 1.30pm.
The Uni said: On arrival, please go to the marquees in the grounds of Lincoln Castle to collect your tickets (graduand and guest) from the Ticketing Desk and your gown from the gowning marquee. There will also be an opportunity for photographs to be taken before the ceremony begins. All guests and graduands MUST be seated by 14:00.
Congratulations LSFM alumnus Joel Murray, digital marketing co-ordinator (left on photo,) and Visit Lincoln for winning Innovation in Tourism at the Lincolnshire Technology and Innovation Awards 2018 (7th June). University of Lincoln School of Film & Media 2011 graduate, also our industry mentor, said he was delighted on receiving this accolade:
I led on the project, with my background in digital, so am particularly happy! At Visit Lincoln we managed to get some funding from a central government pot to develop a project aimed at millennial travellers in the US to encourage them to explore England outside of London – there is more to the country than the capital! We did this in a group we are part of called England’s Historic Cities, and that’s the name of the app we created which is available to download on iOS and Android for free.
The idea of the app is the bring history to life using new technology. We worked with Lincoln Cathedral to come up with stories about its history as told by famous Lincolnshire explorer Joseph Banks. Continue reading
We wish our LSFM former students the very best and invite them to keep in touch with the LSFM alumni community – we’d love to hear about your experiences, work opportunities and adventures.
It’s the University of Lincoln graduation week from 4th to 8th September 2017. There are 11 graduation ceremonies to present around 3,000 students with their degree certificates at the lovely Lincoln Cathedral. Our Lincoln School of Film and Media’s graduation will be on TUESDAY 5th Sept at 7.30pm – and watch on YouTube.
We wish our LSFM graduands the very best and invite them to keep in touch with the LSFM alumni community – we’d love to hear about your experiences, work opportunities and adventures. Share your stories and pictures via our LSFM’s Alumni Network: Blog | Twitter | Facebook | LinkedIn
The 7th of September 2016 was a grand day for 300 Lincoln School of Film & Media graduates who celebrated their achievements – including Nigel Morris who received his PhD – with scholars, family and friends at Lincoln Cathedral.
University of Lincoln awarded Film and TV producer Tony Garnett his Honorary Doctorate of Arts. He said “This generation knows in its bones that we now live in a media society. Our creative industries continue to grow in scale and cultural importance.”
Listen to his speech as you watch the Graduation Day slideshow …
Thanks to University of Lincoln | I am a Graduate.com for streaming and buying
It’s Graduation Day 20.01.16. Congratulations to our creatives and welcome to our LSFM Alumni Network. Connect with us: Blog | Twitter | LinkedIn | Facebook. University of Lincoln alumni who’re job-hunting can see Graduate Jobs on the Uni’s Prospects site, just sign-in! [online issues, do email the team email@example.com]
See Internships like this PAID one at Social Change UK, which is based in Lincoln. Thanks Ammar Mesari for getting in touch with us here on the blog about their Media Production Executive Internship. The role is part of the Uni of Lincoln’s Graduate Internship Scheme. So 2015 or 2014 alumni are eligible to apply for this creative full-time position: ‘your job will be to plan, script, film and edit video content, create voiceover and produce audio products (such as podcasts) and lead on digital output.’ Continue reading
15 June 2015 is the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta. There are four original documents of Magna Carta, which were sealed by King John in 1215, and one is in LINCOLN. ‘The Great Charter’ agreed the rule of law applied to all and recognised civil liberties. Visit Lincoln said the city is ‘the only place in the world where you can find an original copy of Magna Carta together with the Charter of the Forest … The two charters belong to Lincoln Cathedral and are housed in Lincoln Castle.’ A new visitor centre at the castle, events and public lectures will celebrate Lincoln Cathedral’s Magna Carta. More on the Magna Carta 800th Anniversary website.
As part of the Great Magna Carta Weekend, on 13 June the University of Lincoln and Lincoln BIG hosted the Freedom Festival. Then on Sunday (14 June) at Lincoln Castle was the launch of a digital platform 1215.Today exploring the global significance of the Magna Carta through Art. It is a 2-year collaborative initiative led by the University of Lincoln with regional art organisations, schools, businesses, City and County councils. Continue reading