Continue your studies from the comfort of your home.
Lancaster University’s values are built on honesty, integrity, respect, innovation, societal development and service excellence. In view of the current COVID-19 epidemic and our commitment to the wellbeing of our community, we had brought the Easter break forward by a week.
This decision has also enabled us to invest further efforts into setting up a sophisticated method of online delivery for our world class curriculum. As part of the global Lancaster community, students will continue to be able to access our library of resources, which includes over 10,000 journals and over 9,000 e-books. Students will also be able to maintain correspondence with their lecturers through Moodle for support through the break. In addition to this, all student support services including Careers Support, Student Affairs, Library Staff, and the Academic Success Unit will be available online.
With student support and success in mind, we are developing aid packages for new students in order to assist them with their further studies with the University. We urge you to contact your Admissions Officer to understand how you can continue your education and earn a highly ranked top UK degree.
Whilst the university campus is temporarily closed, our October intake is ongoing and our Admissions Officers are available for any queries online and over the phone.
Click here to find out more about our application process.
Webinars and Online Events
You can’t visit Lancaster Ghana in person just now, but you can find out about studying here through our webinars, online events and live chats with students and staff.