New Zealand
Lincoln University
Lincoln Institution, New Zealand's third oldest university, was founded in 1878 as a School for Agriculture. Lincoln University's land-based sector offerings distinguish it. Lincoln University has 19 bachelor's degree programmes (including 9 honours) and 18 majors in agriculture, science, agricultural science, environment & society, environmental policy & planning, landscape agriculture, land & property management, agribusiness & food marketing, and other fields.

Cost of attendance

The average yearly cost of attendance for undergraduate programmes is 2,015,863 INR / Year, and the cost of attendance for postgraduate programmes is 2,511,138 INR / Year for overseas students. The amount may vary depending on the course chosen, the type of lodging, and the candidate's personal spending habits.


Lincoln's campus has 600 students who can live in self-catering flats, catered Halls of Residence, or housing. Students can take personalised campus tours with a planned agenda to explore different areas of campus. To obtain the selected accommodation type in New Zealand, apply via the MyLinc portal as soon as feasible after getting an Offer of Admission. According to student reports, all six halls at Lincoln University are fully catered and centrally located, with free WiFi, SKY TV, and a pool table. Colombo Hall, Centennial Hall, Southland Hall, Lowrie Hall, Stevens Hall, and The Quarters are among the facilities. The cost of on-campus housing ranges from £92.27 per week to £191.25 per week.

Acceptance rate

The University has around 15,000 students spread over its four academic colleges, which span disciplines in the arts, sciences, business, and social sciences. International students account for 12 percent of the entire population. Lincoln University (PA) admissions are less selective, with a 90% acceptance rate.


Te Waihora, the main campus of Lincoln University, is located in Canterbury, near the South Island, and is surrounded by snow-capped mountains, pristine lakes, and green plains. It is located 20 kilometres outside of Christchurch in Lincoln (in the Selwyn area of Canterbury). Its main city, Christchurch, is the fastest expanding metropolis in the country, with thriving arts, gastronomic alternatives, and thriving arts. The campus features sophisticated teaching facilities such as 24-hour access to information technology laboratories, a large library, a printery, cafés, free parking, a travel agency, and world-class sporting facilities. Students can extend their horizons by meeting new individuals through the Lincoln University Students' Association (LUSA), which manages the university's organisations and clubs. Lincoln University Sport (LU Sport) has four primary sporting clubs that compete in Christchurch competitions: LU Netball, LU Rugby, LU Rowing, and LU Basketball. Students who are dedicated about their studies and sports can apply for the Sports Scholarship Program.


This mark signifies that Lincoln University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission (HLC) and a member of the North Central Association (NCA).

Jobs and Placement

Learning Advisors Career and Employment assists students with employment-related issues throughout the year by maintaining regular contact with the New Zealand job market, current vacancies, internships, scholarships, employer events, and graduate programmes. Graduates can also get work in Lincoln by searching the official website for regular vacancies such as student administrator and lecturer/senior lecturer. According to Payscale, the average salary for Lincoln University staff is NZ$70k. Associate Professor, Postsecondary/Higher Educations earns the highest salary, which ranges from NZD 94,000 to NZD 154,000.

QS Ranking

800-1000th in the QS World Rankings 2022

The Ranking

501-600 in the World Rankings 2022 by Times Higher Education

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