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Jan. 31, 2011

The University of Lincoln unveils new business and law building

The University of Lincoln has unveiled the £6m conversion of a former office block into a brand new base for its Faculty of Business and Law. This means the university can now offer some of the most cutting-edge facilities for business and law students in the UK.

The new Faculty of Business and Law building includes a 250-seat lecture theatre, a mock courtroom (or ‘moot court’) and an IT and languages suite. There are also 'learning lounges' which are comfortable communal areas where students and staff can discuss subjects between classes.

Dean of the Faculty of Business and Law, Professor David Head, says: "This building has been designed to foster a strong sense of academic community and break down the traditional barriers which can hamper innovation. Almost all the rooms are glass-panelled and the building is flooded with natural light, creating a real sense of transparency and togetherness. It demonstrates our firm commitment to providing our students with the most exciting and up-to-date teaching and learning facilities available. This is a building that aligns academic space and the student experience unlike any other business and law faculty. From the outset, the intention was to create an environment that would engage with students. The building is intended to be an academic home where students will be encouraged to make full use of all its outstanding facilities and user-oriented spaces to assist them in individual and group work and to provide a unique learning experience."

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Content added on 31st January 2011.

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