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In association with Canterbury Basketball, Lincoln University introduced basketball as a full scholarship sport in 2013.
Lincoln University’s Cricket Scholarship Programme was established in 1998 in conjunction with the Canterbury Cricket Association.
Students of exceptional ability in sports other than the codes already covered by our scholarship programme are encouraged to apply for the Elite Sports Scholarship.
The Lincoln University Hockey Scholarship Programme, established in 2000, operates in conjunction with Canterbury Hockey.
In association with Netball Mainland, Lincoln University established its netball scholarship programme in 1999.
Lincoln University developed its Rugby Union Scholarship Programme in 1999 in conjunction with the Crusaders.
Lincoln University’s Rowing Scholarship Programme was established in 2010 in conjunction with the Canterbury Rowing Association.
* New Zealanders who finished school in 2017, or will finish school during 2018, now qualify for a year of free tertiary education in 2018.
* If you're not a recent school leaver and you've done less than half a fulltime year of education or training before, you also qualify.
* More information for prospective students and trainees is at the fees-free website www.feesfree.govt.nz.
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