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Lincoln is known for the high number of students from around the globe, choosing to study at undergraduate or postgraduate level.Skip to main content
Lincoln is known for the high number of students from around the globe, choosing to study at undergraduate or postgraduate level.
We are a deliberately specialised University. And yet we are uniquely positioned to work alongside industry, our community, and people from around the globe, to achieve our mission.
The issues we have identified are complex. And the opportunities are not rooted in a single solution, or the view of one discipline. We recognise a lot of challenges, both now and in the future, exist where those disciplines and demands run up against each other.
So we are preparing our graduates to enter the land-based economy ready to come at these problems from more than one perspective, with the experience to negotiate between competing interests and balance demands to provide the best possible solutions.
We are proud to say that we are ranked among the world’s top 500 universities by Quacquarelli Symonds (QS), and in the top 100 in the field of agriculture and forestry. We are also proud of our international alliances with institutions from around the world.
Lincoln University meets the requirements of the New Zealand Code of Practice for the Pastoral Care of International Students. The Code sets out the standards, procedures and a complaint framework for the care and protection of all international students studying in New Zealand.
The term 'dippy' originates as a contraction of the word 'diploma' and has been used to describe Lincoln's Diploma of Agriculture students since its inception in 1895. Today the Diploma is taught on both the Lincoln (Te Waihora) and Telford campuses.Learn more about Lincoln
Students and staff can apply for permits to park in designated areas at no charge.Learn more about Lincoln
The University is also offering package fees for key programmes, making it more cost-effective to enrol in a full course of study than paying for individual courses.Learn more about Lincoln
That’s pretty impressive considering there are over 7500 universities in the world.Learn more about Lincoln