A student studying our Diploma in Agriculture is called a 'dippy'
The term 'dippy' originates as a contraction of the word 'diploma' and has been used to describe Lincoln's Diploma of Agriculture students since its inception in 1895. Today the Diploma is taught on both the Lincoln (Te Waihora) and Telford campuses.Learn more about Lincoln
Lincoln is the only university in New Zealand to offer free parking
Students and staff can apply for permits to park in designated areas at no charge.Learn more about Lincoln
As of next year, Lincoln will become the first New Zealand university to offer domestic students a set price for its programmes
The University is also offering package fees for key programmes, making it more cost-effective to enrol in a full course of study than paying for individual courses.Learn more about Lincoln
Lincoln University is ranked by QS as among the top 500 universities in the world
That’s pretty impressive considering there are over 7500 universities in the world.Learn more about Lincoln