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Lincoln University is New Zealand’s specialist land-based university and for more than 139 years, Lincoln has focused on improving New Zealand’s land-based knowledge, wealth and productivity.
Founded in 1878 as a School of Agriculture, Lincoln is New Zealand’s third oldest university.
Here's a handful of facts you may not have known about New Zealand's specialist land-based university.
The University has a mission to help: feed the world, protect the future, and live well.
Lincoln is one of eight government universities in New Zealand and is governed by a Council.
There are many great reasons to engage with Lincoln.
Key to all that Lincoln University does is an awareness of, and care for, the environment.
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