International PhD students are usually eligible for domestic fees. International PhD students must be resident in New Zealand (apart from temporary absences for the purposes of approved doctoral research) to be classified as a domestic student and pay domestic tuition fees.
Students should refer to the Lincoln University House Rules for further information.
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Term and Conditions:
*if you are eligible, a student loan can be used to pay for compulsory course costs. The student loan will not cover other charges like fines or late fees. It is very important to know what your student loan and/or allowance will cover.
*If you complete your enrolment advising the University the you are eligible for the Fees-Free Scheme, then subsequently find you are not eligible, you must make alternative arrangements for fees payment or withdraw before the deadline for a fees refund.
*International students who become New Zealand citizens or permanent residents after the last day to enroll in a semester (as stated in the Calendar) will be required to pay the full fee which is applicable to their residency status at that time (what time? E.g. before the last day to enroll, or at time of enrolment). If the student subsequently furnishes official documentation that his/her residency status has changed, the level of fees payable will be adjusted for subsequent semesters of study.
*The fees listed in the schedules above are an estimation only.