The Council also has to ensure all statutory requirements, and in particular those of the Education Act 1989, are met. The Council approves the management framework and overall structure and operation of the University, including delegations to the Vice-Chancellor and Academic Board.
Depending on whether you are looking to enrol for the first time, looking to change your study path, or just don’t know what the next step is with your current programme, there are resources on hand to help.
The Department of Wine, Food and Molecular Biosciences is responsible for delivery of the Bachelor of Viticulture and Oenology, the Bachelor of Science (Food Science) and teaching for other related courses.
The Soil and Physical Sciences Department has responsibility for the delivery of all undergraduate and postgraduate soil-related courses, and many physical science courses including first and second year undergraduate chemistry and physics.
The Lincoln University Sequencing Facility, located within the Bio-Protection Research Centre operates an Applied Biosystems 3130xl Genetic Analyzer, with a 50cm array and POP7 installed as the standard platform.
The Animal Ethics Committee (AEC) ensures that all research and teaching at the University and by ‘parented’ organisations/persons is conducted in accordance with the University’s Code of Ethical Conduct for the Use of Animals (CEC) and Animal Welfare Act 1999.
A refund fee of NZ$500, including GST, will be charged to all international students who request a tuition fee refund as a result of a semester cancellation or withdrawal, or transferal to another educational institution, no later than 21 days after the first day of a full semester or five days after the start of English Language Programmes or Summer School.
The Isaac Centre for Nature Conservation (ICNC) was established in 1999 to build on and focus the extensive skills and scholarship of Lincoln University staff for research, teaching and vocational training in nature conservation.
There are many proposed technical solutions for reducing green house gas (GHG) emissions. These solutions typically allow current energy demand patterns to continue. Such technologies are often in the research or prototype stage, but are often used in future projections that result in GHG reductions.
Peak Oil Think Tank In recent years there has been growing and well-founded concern that the world is reaching (or has already) ‘peak’ or ‘plateau’ of global oil production. The global economy, countries (including New Zealand), and sectors have thrived on the back of cheap oil. Increases in global oil prices or long term shortfalls will affect the world we live in
Financial and Economic Yield in (Lincoln University) in partnership with the Tourism Industry Association of New Zealand and the Ministry of Tourism are undertaking a three year programme to develop tools to enhance the financial and economic yield from tourism.
The Department of Global Value Chains and Trade provides work ready graduates who have a keen appreciation of the unique mix of elements that the make up a successful exporting business involved in international trade.
The Department of Agribusiness and Markets (AgMk) prepares students for careers along the value chain with a focus on delivering land-based products and services to customers in both developed and developing countries.
It doesn’t matter what religious faith you may have, or whether you have any religious faith at all, the University chaplains are there to lend an ear and provide guidance, help, or support for whatever you need.
Glossary Administration Committee University authority that administers the regulations on behalf of the Vice-Chancellor and the Academic Board. The AAC grants admission, confirms courses of study, awards credits, confirms grades and considers applications for special consideration..
Lincoln University collects and stores information from this application to comply with the requirements of the Ministry of Education, Tertiary Education Commission and where appropriate, Work and Income New Zealand and the New Zealand Immigration Service.
If English is your first language you meet our English language requirement, however, if English is not your first language, you will need to establish that your English is good enough to study successfully at university.