Lincoln University recognises that the world is changing: as global resources dwindle, the population grows and the environment is compromised, consumer demands are increasing and mankind still wants to live well on our planet. There has never been a better time to take a specialist land-based qualification. Since its inception in 1878 Lincoln has been a key contributor to the core interests of New Zealand and the global economy – and our graduates are well-placed to tackle the big issues, to: feed the world, protect the future, and live well. Lincoln University is highly connected to industry for research collaboration and commercialisation, which in turn informs our teaching across three broad areas: agriculture and life sciences, environment, society and design; and commerce. Based in Canterbury, in the South Island of New Zealand, Lincoln offers a unique experience, a perfect balance of student and academic life and a host of recreation activities around the region. The institution is rated the 12th best small university in the world by the QS World University Rankings 2017/18. It is home to a diverse group of nearly 3,500 students who come from more than 60 different countries around the world. Lincoln graduates have a 15% higher employment rate than those from other New Zealand universities and the number of students graduating from Lincoln is higher than the national average. Students can choose from a wide range of specialist courses from three faculties and one division – the Faculty of Agribusiness and Commerce; the Faculty of Agriculture and Life Sciences, the Faculty of Environment, Society and Design; and the University Studies and English Language Division. Lincoln has dedicated itself towards undertaking meaningful research that makes a globally positive impact. Its sustainable approach and commitment towards handling climate change issues have attracted the many postgraduate students studying at the institution. The University also engages in other land-based research and hosts a range of research centres, including Food Research and Innovation; Land, Environment and People Wildlife Management and Conservation and Soil and Environmental Research. The University shares ties with leading organisations as well as research centres, which help students gain additional skills and knowledge through practical learning experiences. The Lincoln University Students’ Association (LUSA) is an active student body that governs a variety of clubs and organisations on campus. For more details on lincoln university ranking, admission,admission process, courses, public institution, masters, intakes, application fees, application process, deadlines, deadlines for fall, application process, application deadline, academic life, graduation, campus reach us.
One of the key reasons why I chose to study at Lincoln University was because of its accreditation. But most of all, unlike other universities where I needed to do foundation or English studies for a year before doing my degree, Lincoln University has a pathway programme so I didn’t need to wait as long before I could start to study for my degree. In fact, in my case, the pathway programme was only 4 months in length, and I started my degree straight away after that!
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