Lincoln University, Christchurch, New Zealand


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About Lincoln University

Lincoln University founded in 1878 is one of the oldest university (over 130 years old) and is one of eight public universities in New Zealand. It located in the city of Christchurch, 25 minutes driving from Christchurch International Airport.

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Lincoln University currently has about 4,500 students from around New Zealand and more than 60 different countries worldwide. Lincoln is constantly developing to become the leading universities in the fields of Agriculture, Agricultural Management, Resources & Environment, Finance, Economics, Tourism, Biotechnology, Applied Science, Microbiological Technology...

Why choosing Lincoln University

- The university that has the highest rate of graduates to get employed.

- Member of the Euroleague for Life Sciences (ELLS).

- Teaching theories combines with practice

- Standing among the top 500 universities and 100 top universities in the field of agriculture and forestry according to QS ranking system.

- Spacious campus (58 hectares), with stunning scenery and modern facilities for teaching and learning. Libraries and computer systems open 24 hours a day. There are also bank branches, gyms...

The dormitories located right inside the campus for students to have a stable accommodation.

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Training programs

Lincoln University has many different courses: English, Foundation, Undergraduate and Postgraduate


- English: NZ $1,680/4 weeks; $5,040/12 weeks; $6,720/16 weeks

- Foundation: NZ $8,800/semester

- Undergraduate: NZ $25,000 - $27,000/year (depending on major)

- Postgraduate: NZ $12,500 - $14,500/year

- Master: NZ $27,000 - $40,000/course (depending on the major)

- Doctorate: NZ $5,036 - $5,114/year


- English: Monthly

- Foundation, Undergraduate and Postgraduate: February, September

Living cost: NZ $9,250 - $12,025/year includes accommodation and dinner

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Training majors


- Agribusiness and Food Marketing

- Agriculture

- Agricultural Science

- Commerce

- Environmental Management

- Environmental Policy and Planning (Honours)

- Environment and Society

- Landscape Architecture

- Land and Property Management

- Science

- Sport and Recreation Management

- Tourism Management

- Viticulture and Oenology

Master: (2 years)

- Agricultural Science

- Applied Science

- Commerce and Management

- Commerce (Agricultural)

- Horticultural Science

- International Nature Conservation

- Landscape Architecture

- Natural Resources Management and Ecological Engineering

- Science

- Water Resource Management

English Requirements:

- Foundation: IELTS 5.5 (no components under 5), TOEFL iBT 61

- Undergraduate: IELTS 6.0 (no components below 5.5), TOEFL iBT 79

- Postgraduate level: IELTS 6.5 (no components under 6), TOEFL iBT 90.



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