|Notice: 2013 International tuition fees|
The University Council approved the 2013 International tuition fees on Tuesday 19 June.
Undergraduate and Postgraduate fees will increase by 5% in 2013.
English Language, Foundation Studies and Study Abroad fees will not change.
International PhD students who are eligible to pay domestic tuition fees will have their fees confirmed in the domestic fee setting round in October.
The 2013 International Tuition fees are now published on this website:
2013 - International Tuition Fees
2013 - Estimated Programme Fees
The International Tuition Fees Calculator will be updated with 2013 tuition fees from 1 December 2012.
As an international student, you must pay your fees in full to study in New Zealand, before you begin your course of study.
International students cannot pay by instalment or by student loan, however there are a number of payment options available.
Your letter of admission will state the standard level payable for the course to which you have been admitted.
If you later change your programme or subjects, your fees may also change. All fees quoted include G.S.T and are in New Zealand dollars.
There will be an administration fee associated with withdrawing from a course and seeking a refund.
All international students must have a current and valid student visa and appropriate and current medical and travel insurance to study in New Zealand.
There are a number of grants, allowances and scholarships which can be applied for and Lincoln also offers budgeting assistance.
Find out more about what it's like to be an international student at Lincoln University!