LINCOLN UNIVERSITY, LINCOLN

Lincoln, South IslandLOCATION
UniversitySCHOOL TYPE
Estd 1878Established Year
  2426Enrollment

Lincoln University laid its foundation in the year 1878 and is the only tertiary University on Southern hemisphere to work on agriculture-related issues. It has been placed at #15 worldwide for small universities. Furthermore, it has been ranked #111 and #326 for Agricultural Sciences and Environment & Ecology, respectively.

Some of the significant facts are:

  • 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.
  • It is the only English-medium University to teach and research in Viticulture and Oenology in cool climatic conditions.
  • The international student percentage is 32%, which the highest in New Zealand with around 900 students from 70+ countries.

Highlights

University TypePublic University
Campus SettingUrban
Establishment Year1878
No. of Campuses1
No. of Residence Halls7
Graduate Job Rate93%
Cost of Attendance27,000-43,000
Applications AcceptedOnline
Work-StudyAvailable
Intake TypeSemester wise
Mode of ProgramFull time and online

Lincoln University Programs, Campus, and Residence

  • At UG and PG level, respectively, 16 and 22 programmes are offered across 3 major faculties. Also, it offers graduate & postgraduate diploma and doctorate programmes.
  • The University campus is spread across 58 hectares and equipped with facilities such as library, IT laboratories, car parking, travel agency and sports facilities.
  • On-campus accommodation is available for 600 residents. Also, Lincoln assists students in arranging homestays.The facilities available for residents include health centre, recreation centre, careers centre, bookshop, and supermarket.

Lincoln University Application Process

Application: Students need to enrol online.

Application fee: 20 NZD

Application deadline: Fall Semester- May 1; Spring Semester- November 1

General requirements: Official academic transcripts, official programme completion certificate, mark sheets, English language test scores, SAT/ACT scores.

Additional requirements: Birth certificate, passport copy, letters of recommendation, essay, proof of finance, sponsor’s letter, recent bank statement.

English Proficiency Test: The minimum scores required for seeking admission are given below:

English proficiency testsMinimum Scores
Lincoln University English Language70%
IELTS (Academic)6.5
TOEFL iBT80 (with at least 21 in Writing and 18 in Speaking)
CAE176
PTE Academic58
NZ Certificates in English LanguageLevel 5

Lincoln University Cost of Attendance

Tuition fee (NZD)

ProgrammesUGPGPhD
Agribusiness and Commerce27,000-40,00041,000-43,0007,300
Agriculture and Life Sciences30,10029,200-33,5007,300
Environment, Society and Design27,00043,0007,300

Accommodation Cost

The cost for fully-catered and self-catered accommodation is 13,923 NZD and 8,775 NZD, respectively.

Lincoln University Financial Aid

International students can seek financial aid through work-study programme/student loan/scholarships. The scholarships offered by the University are:

  • English for further study award

This scholarship can be availed by any student who successfully finishes at least 12 weeks’ EAP. It offers rebate of 5400 NZD in tuition fee to students enrolling in certificate/UG programmes.

  • International taught master merit scholarships

Any international student who has completed Bachelors with 75% aggregate/B+ grade is eligible to avail this scholarship worth 10,000 NZD.

Lincoln University Alumni

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 are Langston Hughes, Melvin B. Tolson, and Frank Coleman

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4 years
$26,251 - 36,528 PER
YEAR

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$28,626 - 40,036 PER
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INTERNATIONAL STUDENT TUITION
4 years
$26,251 - 36,528 PER
YEAR

INTERNATIONAL STUDENT TUITION
4 years
$26,251 - 36,528 PER
YEAR

INTERNATIONAL STUDENT TUITION
$26,251 PER
YEAR

INTERNATIONAL STUDENT TUITION
18 months
$28,626 - 40,036 PER
YEAR

INTERNATIONAL STUDENT TUITION
$26,251 - 36,528 PER
YEAR

INTERNATIONAL STUDENT TUITION
$28,841 - 28,884 PER
YEAR

INTERNATIONAL STUDENT TUITION
$32,830 PER
YEAR

INTERNATIONAL STUDENT TUITION
18 months
$28,626 - 40,036 PER
YEAR

INTERNATIONAL STUDENT TUITION
4 years
$26,251 - 36,528 PER
YEAR

INTERNATIONAL STUDENT TUITION
AVERAGE COST
Average Tuition Fees (Annual)
$ 32,830
Bachelors Tuition Fees$26354.6
Post graduate Tuition Fees$32829.63
Accomodation Fees (Annual)
$ 8,385
CAMPUS LIFE
Total Enrollment
2,426
International Students
921
Male : Female Ratio
51:49
Student : Faculty Ratio
13:1
ADMISSION STATISTICS
Acceptance Rate
-
Min. 6
Total Applications
-
Min. 60
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Breakdown of Ranking
  • 2018
  • 2019
  • Global Rank (Out of 1258)
    #501
    Score (Out of 100)
    #33.5 - 37
    1.4 (Previous Year)
    Ranking Criteria
    23/100
    Faculty
    19.6/100
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