Lincoln University

Lincoln University

Lincoln University has an International Club where members get the opportunity to share in other cultures, make new friends from all over the world, learn new skills and see more of New Zealand.

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    Lincoln University Overview

    Lincoln University recognises that the world is changing: as global resources dwindle, the population grows and the environment is compromised, consumer demands are increasing and mankind still wants to live well on our planet. There has never been a better time to take a specialist land-based qualification. Since its inception in 1878 Lincoln has been a key contributor to the core interests of New Zealand and the global economy – and our graduates are well-placed to tackle the big issues, to: feed the world, protect the future, and live well. Lincoln University is highly connected to industry for research collaboration and commercialisation, which in turn informs our teaching across three broad areas: agriculture and life sciences; environment, society and design; and commerce.

      Fast Facts:

    • Lincoln University is ranked 13th small university in the world by QS Ranking 2015/2016.
    • Lincoln University (New Zealand) has been ranked 343 by Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) World University Rankings for 2016/2017.
    • Lincoln is New Zealand’s third oldest university.
    • The university has around 3717 full time students with 1:12 faculty student ratio.
    • The university has 16 research centres. It is also ranked number one in New Zealand for research revenue per academic staff member by Performance-based Research Fund Evaluation, Tertiary Education Commission.
    • The university is a partner member of the Euroleague for Life Sciences (ELLS) and the Global Challenges University Alliance. ELLS is an exclusive network of seven leading European universities established to promote educational collaborations in fields such as animal, agricultural, food and environmental science; ecological engineering; natural resources management; and landscape architecture and spatial planning.

      School Features

    • Academic guidance
    • Accommodation advisory service
    • Homestay placement service
    • Career guidance
    • English language support
    • International student services
    • Wifi on campus

      Accommodation

    • Halls of Residence
    • Onsite apartments
    • Boarding hostel
    • Homestay

    Lincoln University Campus Life

    Lincoln University College Programs (Courses)

    Bachelor Of Agriculture - Lincoln University
    • Duration: 3 years full-time.
    • Venue: Te Waihora Campus.
    • Intake: February, July.
    Bachelor Of Commerce Majoring In Accounting And Finance - Lincoln University
    • Duration: 3 years full-time.
    • Venue: Te Waihora Campus.
    • Intake: February, July.
    Master Of Commerce And Management - Lincoln University
    • Duration: 2 years full-time.
    • Venue: Te Waihora Campus.
    • Intake: February, July.
    Master Of Tourism Management - Lincoln University
    • Duration: 18 months full-time.
    • Venue: Te Waihora Campus.
    • Intake: February, July.
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