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Lincoln University is New Zealand's specialist land-based university.
Lincoln University is New Zealand’s specialist land-based university and for more than 138 years, Lincoln has focused on improving New Zealand’s land-based knowledge, wealth and productivity.
Lincoln University is governed by a Council which is responsible for the strategic direction and performance of the University.
The Vice-Chancellor undertakes the role of Chief Executive Officer of Lincoln University, and is supported by the Senior Management Group.
The delivery of teaching and research is the responsibility of Lincoln University’s three faculties and two divisions.
Our brochures provide an overview of our programmes, courses, facilities and support services.
Lincoln University employs over 600 academic and non-academic staff to provide an efficient framework for the functioning of the University.
Lincoln University is proud of its Quacquarelli Symonds ranking and stars, Times Higher Education (THE) ranking and is also proud to be a partner member of the Euroleague for Life Sciences and the Global Challenges University Alliance.
Since Lincoln University’s foundation, it has grown and developed to enjoy a national and international reputation.
Lincoln University has established a national and international reputation, both for the quality of its applied teaching and the contribution of its research, thanks to highly skilled and committed staff.
Lincoln University has traditionally owned and managed a variety of farm properties in its portfolio for four key reasons.
The Kellogg Rural Leadership Programme is an established and respected programme in the rural and primary industry sectors with a large alumni who have achieved success in leadership roles in New Zealand agriculture.
With more than 30 years’ experience within the events industry, the Lincoln Conference and Professional Development team are committed to excellence, reliability and professionalism.
A new future for specialist land-based higher education.
Richie McCaw entered the University as an Excellence Scholar in 1999 to study for a Bachelor of Agricultural Science and was awarded a rugby sports scholarship soon after. The fourth generation of his family to enrol at Lincoln, he made his All Blacks debut in 2001. In recognition of his illustrious rugby career and contribution to sport, Lincoln University awarded him an Honorary Doctorate in Natural Resources in 2012.Learn more about Lincoln
Students and staff can apply for permits to park in designated areas at no charge.Learn more about Lincoln
That’s pretty impressive considering there are over 7500 universities in the world.Learn more about Lincoln