Lincoln University is a public university in the heart of New Zealand that laid its foundation in the year 1878. It is the only tertiary University in Southern hemisphere to work on agriculture-related issues. Among all other universities globally, it stands as the only New Zealand University to have 2 collaborations: EuroLeague of Life Science and Global Challenges University Alliance.
The international student percentage here is around 40%, with students from around 80 countries. It also provides a gender-neutral environment with female to male ratio of 51:49. Thus, making Lincoln University one of the perfect places to start planning one’s future ahead.
|University Type||Public University|
|No. of Residence Halls||7|
|Graduate Job Rate||93%|
|Intake Type||Semester wise|
|Mode of Program||Full time and online|
Lincoln University offers undergraduate and postgraduate programs at all levels starting with certificate to degrees, with specialization in 10 following disciplines:
Lincoln University also provides the option of doctorate programs of three years in most of the above-mentioned categories.
Lincoln University intakes are semester wise every year. The application process for applying to the University is as follows:
Intakes: February, July or November (apply at least 6 months prior to the intake dates).
Additional requirements: Letters of recommendation, essay, proof of finance, sponsor’s letter and recent bank statement are some of the additional requirements that an applicant should keep handy.
The minimum eligibility score required for seeking admission is given below:
|Test||Minimum Score for Undergraduate Courses||Minimum Score for Graduate Courses|
|IELTS||6.0 overall score with no component less than 5.5||6.5 overall score with no component less than 6.0|
|TOEFL||Overall score of 80 21-writing 18- speaking||Overall score of 80 21- writing 18- speaking|
Aspirants considering to apply to Lincoln University need to submit proof of their financial assets to the organisation at the time of application. Thus, an estimated distribution of the cost of attendance at Lincoln University is:
While the tuition fee varies as per program and level one is enrolled at, the tuition fee for some of the courses is as follows:
|Programmes||UG (in NZD per year)||PG (in NZD per year)||PhD (in NZD per year)|
|Environment, Society and Design||28,500||28,500||7,446|
An estimated cost for fully-catered and self-catered accommodation for an aspirant aiming for Lincoln University is 13,923 NZD and 8,385 NZD, respectively.
International students can seek financial aid through work-study programme/student loan/scholarships. The scholarships offered by the University are:
This scholarship can be availed by any student who successfully finishes at least 12 weeks’ EAP. It offers rebate of 5,400 NZD in tuition fee to students enrolling in certificate/UG programmes.
Any international student who has completed Bachelors with 75% aggregate/B+ grade is eligible to avail this scholarship worth 10,000 NZD.
Lincoln University also grants 7,000 to 10,000 NZD to meritorious students enrolled in different masters programs. The amount awarded varies as per the course one is registered in.
The benefits and services offered to the alumni include career assistance, alumni scholarship for PG study, access to Library, various discounts and offers.
Some of the distinguished alumni of Lincoln University are: Langston Hughes, Melvin B. Tolson, and Frank Coleman.
|Average Cost of Attendance||$32,830 / Year|
The table shows average yearly cost of attendance for international students. Amount may vary with the course opted, nature of accommodation, and personal spending habits of a candidate. Check Program wise Fees
|Undergraduate Programs||$26,355 / Year|
|Post Graduate Program||$32,830 / Year|
RANKED #501 - #600
RANKED #301 - #350
Environmental Studies (International)
Rank (Out of Colleges)
#501 - #600 [Out of 1001]
35.3-38.7 [Out of 100]
#356 [Out of 1000]
30.7 [Out of 100]
#301 - #350 [Out of 400]
*All distance are measured radially. Actual distance may vary