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You need to think about where you are now, where you want to be and how you are going to get there. If you don't have a specific career in mind, consider:
It can be a good idea to talk it over with family and friends, your school careers advisor, or even people who work in the areas you're interested in.
You can also call the Lincoln University Recruitment Team for free advice.
These are many and varied and will depend on what area you are interested in and how long you want to study.
Undergraduate Diplomas take a year of study, Bachelor's Degrees are three or four years. There are 21 different degrees on offer from Agriculture, to Recreation Management, to Viticulture.
Students may also choose to pursue the Masters, PhD or Executive Development Programme as part of their postgraduate study.
Masters and PhD Scholarships are often available.
Lincoln also offers Certificate Programmes for students who have narrowly missed meeting the formal university entrance qualifications, or who only wish to take a specialist introductory course.
Your study options also include the ability to study part-time, at summer school and even off-campus.
We operate a semester system. This means you can enter university study in either February (Semester One) or July (Semester Two).
Most courses are structured for Semester One or Semester Two entry, but it is important that you confirm this with Lincoln University as early as possible.
Full-time and part-time students may enter in Semester Two as well as many postgraduate students.
Summer School is also available for a number of courses.
We are happy to help you with course advice or we can send you a Course Information book with your enrolment pack to help you choose your courses and plan your course of study. Our academic advisors and co-ordinators are also able to help you plan your course of study.
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Page last updated on: 12/09/2011